Issue with visualiser, map, pivot table rights on cloned objects

Hi all,

I have written an R script to clone a dashboard and all the objects on it for each district in the country. This runs fine - adding records in all of the tables that are related to the objects - and when I open the objects with my username, the cloned objects work fine.

However when I login as one of the district users who owns then cloned dashboard I don’t see any objects - just the frames. When I try to open the same charts or maps I get the following error message:

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I suspect it has something to do about access rights, because when I assign the user to the superuser group the charts and dashboards work fine. Any suggestions?

I’m running on DHIS 2.25 on a Windows machine.

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Randy Wilson
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Hi Randy,

There could be a possibility of metadata sharing if you have strict sharing protocols by user roles and user groups, check to see if all the elements in this the dashboard are public or shared with the district user.

Also could be with Orgunit assignment of the user vs the object orgunit level used in dashboard objects. If both data capture and data output orgunits assigned to the district are lower that the object orgunits, then you can also get this error (Trainingland vs Bird district)

Regards

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On Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 2:46 PM, Wilson, Randy rwilson@msh.org wrote:

Hi all,

I have written an R script to clone a dashboard and all the objects on it for each district in the country. This runs fine - adding records in all of the tables that are related to the objects - and when I open the objects with my username, the cloned objects work fine.

However when I login as one of the district users who owns then cloned dashboard I don’t see any objects - just the frames. When I try to open the same charts or maps I get the following error message:

I suspect it has something to do about access rights, because when I assign the user to the superuser group the charts and dashboards work fine. Any suggestions?

I’m running on DHIS 2.25 on a Windows machine.


Randy Wilson
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Hi Prosper,

Thanks for the quick feedback. I’ve set the data output and analysis for these users for the whole country, while data capture & maintenance is only for their own districts.

I’ll check about the sharing of the objects… that seems like a reasonable hypothesis.

Randy

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On Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 2:01 PM, Prosper BT ptb3000@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Randy,

There could be a possibility of metadata sharing if you have strict sharing protocols by user roles and user groups, check to see if all the elements in this the dashboard are public or shared with the district user.

Also could be with Orgunit assignment of the user vs the object orgunit level used in dashboard objects. If both data capture and data output orgunits assigned to the district are lower that the object orgunits, then you can also get this error (Trainingland vs Bird district)

Regards

Prosper Behumbiize, MPH
DHIS2 Implementation| HISP Uganda

prosper@hispuganda.org | prosper@dhis2.org | Skype: prospertb

On Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 2:46 PM, Wilson, Randy rwilson@msh.org wrote:

Hi all,

I have written an R script to clone a dashboard and all the objects on it for each district in the country. This runs fine - adding records in all of the tables that are related to the objects - and when I open the objects with my username, the cloned objects work fine.

However when I login as one of the district users who owns then cloned dashboard I don’t see any objects - just the frames. When I try to open the same charts or maps I get the following error message:

I suspect it has something to do about access rights, because when I assign the user to the superuser group the charts and dashboards work fine. Any suggestions?

I’m running on DHIS 2.25 on a Windows machine.


Randy Wilson
*Team Leader: *Knowledge Management, Data Use and Research

Rwanda Health System Strengthening Activity

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Hi Prosper,

Thanks for your help. I’ve solved the issue.

I had to share all of the objects - data elements, indicators, charts, maps, and pivot tables - with a user group. They were all created as private. Now the cloned dashboards are working fine.

Randy

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On Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 2:01 PM, Prosper BT ptb3000@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Randy,

There could be a possibility of metadata sharing if you have strict sharing protocols by user roles and user groups, check to see if all the elements in this the dashboard are public or shared with the district user.

Also could be with Orgunit assignment of the user vs the object orgunit level used in dashboard objects. If both data capture and data output orgunits assigned to the district are lower that the object orgunits, then you can also get this error (Trainingland vs Bird district)

Regards

Prosper Behumbiize, MPH
DHIS2 Implementation| HISP Uganda

prosper@hispuganda.org | prosper@dhis2.org | Skype: prospertb

On Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 2:46 PM, Wilson, Randy rwilson@msh.org wrote:

Hi all,

I have written an R script to clone a dashboard and all the objects on it for each district in the country. This runs fine - adding records in all of the tables that are related to the objects - and when I open the objects with my username, the cloned objects work fine.

However when I login as one of the district users who owns then cloned dashboard I don’t see any objects - just the frames. When I try to open the same charts or maps I get the following error message:

I suspect it has something to do about access rights, because when I assign the user to the superuser group the charts and dashboards work fine. Any suggestions?

I’m running on DHIS 2.25 on a Windows machine.


Randy Wilson
*Team Leader: *Knowledge Management, Data Use and Research

Rwanda Health System Strengthening Activity

Management Sciences for Health

Rwanda-Kigali

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E-mail: rwilson@msh.org

Skype: wilsonrandy_us

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Hi Prosper and all,

We have also noted that the update button on Visualiser also doesnt work especially DHIS2 2.27 Build 77c7934.

Regards

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On Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 3:01 PM, Prosper BT ptb3000@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Randy,

There could be a possibility of metadata sharing if you have strict sharing protocols by user roles and user groups, check to see if all the elements in this the dashboard are public or shared with the district user.

Also could be with Orgunit assignment of the user vs the object orgunit level used in dashboard objects. If both data capture and data output orgunits assigned to the district are lower that the object orgunits, then you can also get this error (Trainingland vs Bird district)

Regards


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On Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 2:46 PM, Wilson, Randy rwilson@msh.org wrote:

Hi all,

I have written an R script to clone a dashboard and all the objects on it for each district in the country. This runs fine - adding records in all of the tables that are related to the objects - and when I open the objects with my username, the cloned objects work fine.

However when I login as one of the district users who owns then cloned dashboard I don’t see any objects - just the frames. When I try to open the same charts or maps I get the following error message:

I suspect it has something to do about access rights, because when I assign the user to the superuser group the charts and dashboards work fine. Any suggestions?

I’m running on DHIS 2.25 on a Windows machine.


Randy Wilson
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Rwanda Health System Strengthening Activity

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Dear Stephen,

Your issue is not clear and not sure if its related to chromed objects.

But I just tested on demo server - data visualizer and was able to select indicators and update to see the chart display as below. I also explored the chart from the dashboard changed some parameters, updated and was able to display the changes.

**Version: **2.27

**Revision: **a8283e0

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On Thu, Sep 21, 2017 at 9:17 AM, Ocaya Stephen stephocay@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Prosper and all,

We have also noted that the update button on Visualiser also doesnt work especially DHIS2 2.27 Build 77c7934.

Regards

Prosper Behumbiize, MPH
DHIS2 Implementation| HISP Uganda

prosper@hispuganda.org | prosper@dhis2.org | Skype: prospertb

On Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 3:01 PM, Prosper BT ptb3000@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Randy,

There could be a possibility of metadata sharing if you have strict sharing protocols by user roles and user groups, check to see if all the elements in this the dashboard are public or shared with the district user.

Also could be with Orgunit assignment of the user vs the object orgunit level used in dashboard objects. If both data capture and data output orgunits assigned to the district are lower that the object orgunits, then you can also get this error (Trainingland vs Bird district)

Regards


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On Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 2:46 PM, Wilson, Randy rwilson@msh.org wrote:

Hi all,

I have written an R script to clone a dashboard and all the objects on it for each district in the country. This runs fine - adding records in all of the tables that are related to the objects - and when I open the objects with my username, the cloned objects work fine.

However when I login as one of the district users who owns then cloned dashboard I don’t see any objects - just the frames. When I try to open the same charts or maps I get the following error message:

I suspect it has something to do about access rights, because when I assign the user to the superuser group the charts and dashboards work fine. Any suggestions?

I’m running on DHIS 2.25 on a Windows machine.


Randy Wilson
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Rwanda Health System Strengthening Activity

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There was an issue with the Update button in 2.27.
A fix has been released yesterday.

Make sure you run Data Visualizer version 27.0.33 or higher (check in the console log).

Regards,

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On Thu, Sep 21, 2017 at 8:17 AM, Ocaya Stephen stephocay@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Prosper and all,

We have also noted that the update button on Visualiser also doesnt work especially DHIS2 2.27 Build 77c7934.

Regards


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On Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 3:01 PM, Prosper BT ptb3000@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Randy,

There could be a possibility of metadata sharing if you have strict sharing protocols by user roles and user groups, check to see if all the elements in this the dashboard are public or shared with the district user.

Also could be with Orgunit assignment of the user vs the object orgunit level used in dashboard objects. If both data capture and data output orgunits assigned to the district are lower that the object orgunits, then you can also get this error (Trainingland vs Bird district)

Regards


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On Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 2:46 PM, Wilson, Randy rwilson@msh.org wrote:

Hi all,

I have written an R script to clone a dashboard and all the objects on it for each district in the country. This runs fine - adding records in all of the tables that are related to the objects - and when I open the objects with my username, the cloned objects work fine.

However when I login as one of the district users who owns then cloned dashboard I don’t see any objects - just the frames. When I try to open the same charts or maps I get the following error message:

I suspect it has something to do about access rights, because when I assign the user to the superuser group the charts and dashboards work fine. Any suggestions?

I’m running on DHIS 2.25 on a Windows machine.


Randy Wilson
*Team Leader: *Knowledge Management, Data Use and Research

Rwanda Health System Strengthening Activity

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Rwanda-Kigali

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Thanks Prosper,

I have upgraded to the yesterday’s build a8283e0 from 77c7934 and it works.

Regards

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On Thu, Sep 21, 2017 at 9:36 AM, Edoardo Sabadelli edoardo@dhis2.org wrote:

There was an issue with the Update button in 2.27.
A fix has been released yesterday.

Make sure you run Data Visualizer version 27.0.33 or higher (check in the console log).

Regards,

On Thu, Sep 21, 2017 at 8:17 AM, Ocaya Stephen stephocay@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Prosper and all,

We have also noted that the update button on Visualiser also doesnt work especially DHIS2 2.27 Build 77c7934.

Regards


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On Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 3:01 PM, Prosper BT ptb3000@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Randy,

There could be a possibility of metadata sharing if you have strict sharing protocols by user roles and user groups, check to see if all the elements in this the dashboard are public or shared with the district user.

Also could be with Orgunit assignment of the user vs the object orgunit level used in dashboard objects. If both data capture and data output orgunits assigned to the district are lower that the object orgunits, then you can also get this error (Trainingland vs Bird district)

Regards


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On Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 2:46 PM, Wilson, Randy rwilson@msh.org wrote:

Hi all,

I have written an R script to clone a dashboard and all the objects on it for each district in the country. This runs fine - adding records in all of the tables that are related to the objects - and when I open the objects with my username, the cloned objects work fine.

However when I login as one of the district users who owns then cloned dashboard I don’t see any objects - just the frames. When I try to open the same charts or maps I get the following error message:

I suspect it has something to do about access rights, because when I assign the user to the superuser group the charts and dashboards work fine. Any suggestions?

I’m running on DHIS 2.25 on a Windows machine.


Randy Wilson
*Team Leader: *Knowledge Management, Data Use and Research

Rwanda Health System Strengthening Activity

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Rwanda-Kigali

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