I have a SQL question with a parameter that can have a list of values (multi-select widget in the UI).
I would like to embed this question in a application, and got it working as long as I send only one value for the parameter. But how do I format the params claim of the JWT to send multiple values for a single parameter?
The example apps all have a single parameter with a single value. In Metabase, when configuring the embedding of the question, I cannot select multiple values for the parameter so I am not able to get the example code to show me how to do it.
In other words, what would be the params claim of a JWT for a question with that kind of URL:
I’ve tried to associate a list to the parameter name (a Java list, which I imagine is converted into a json array), but didn’t work.
You’re essentially seeing this issue - workaround in the second to last comment:
https://github.com/metabase/metabase/issues/9266 - upvote by clicking on the first post
Thanks! Yes this is the same issue, I was not able to find it before posting.
However the workaround is also what I tried (as I mention in the initial post) but it does not work for me. Wondering if it’s because this part may have changed since, as the issue was opened for v0.31.
Interesting… When I made a second test to try out the debugger that you used (cool!), it worked fine
It’s not the same metabase instance and not the same question, but same Metabase version. Or maybe I did something stupid. I’ll try to understand, but anyway I think my problem can be considered solved.
is it possible with free version of metabase or u need premium version for that?
@tejashri Yes, it’s possible in the Community Edition. Just note the issue already linked.