01-02-2017 09:37 AM - edited 01-04-2017 03:20 AM
I have uploaded 2 datasets in a postgis database. A geometry dataset and attribute dataset. Both datasets have a column named "gebiedsdee" and is unique for the geometry dataset. This column is stored as a integer in the database.
I have registrated the geometry dataset in the Content panel as "Vector Data" en de Attribute dataset as "Attribute Data".
If I create a new BI M.App and select the both datasets in the BI-wizard, the primary key dropdown list is empty and give the following information "No matching fiels found in both data sources".
Edit: Added an image for explantion. Show the postgis database table's and the described issue in M.App Enterprise.
01-12-2017 06:56 PM
I was experiencing the same issue, however I do not believe this is how the attribute input is designed to work.
My understanding is the Attribute input is only designed for a one-to-one relationship. E.g. You would have your geometry in one database table (or geojson) then your attributes reside in the separate attributes table. Perhaps this improves performance?
I do not believe a one-to-many relationship like this is possible in M.App Enterprise at this point. Although, it would be very useful if we could.
Please correct me if I am wrong, or if there is another way to do this
01-26-2017 02:31 AM
In the Smart M.Apps (Cloud version) BI-Wizard, it is possible to do a 1-N relationship. So I think it should be also possible in M.App Enterprise because the Bi-Wizard is taken over from the Cloud version. Maybe it is just broken?