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How to share queries with a parameter #7404

kate-gallo opened this issue Apr 29, 2019 · 3 comments


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commented Apr 29, 2019

I want to create a url so that I can access a Superset query from documentation.

For example, I'd like to share this query:

FROM {{ url_param('table_name') }}
LIMIT 100;

Assume the saved query has a savedQueryId=1234.

Is there any way to add parameters in the sharable link, as for example:
so that when I open the link the parameter is kept?

Is there any other way to create link to superset queries programmatically?

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commented May 8, 2019

Which version of superset you are using?
"PoP Tab link" is the one you are asking for. copy the link address.
SQLLAB=> Saved Query
Screenshot 2019-05-08 at 10 22 12 AM

To achieve parameter parsing you may need to enhance the superset and contribute back as PR


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commented May 8, 2019

I am using version 0.25.6

I copied the link you said, so I have something like

If I add a parameter to this link, as and enter it to the browser, the parameter is not preserved, and when I run the query I get
relation "none" does not exist.

If I add the parameter from Superset once I already opened the query,
it works fine.

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