case_sensitivecan also be used as part of a model, described here
case_sensitivecan also be used as part of an explore, described here
filter field is used as a filter, you can change its case sensitivity by using the
case_sensitive parameter. The
case_sensitive parameter works with most dialects, although some dialects do not have the necessary SQL functions.
case_sensitivity is on and filters are case sensitive. However, some dialects do not support this parameter, as described below.
Stop filters on the Name dimension from being case sensitive:
case_sensitive Is Not Supported By Some SQL Dialects
case_sensitivity is on and filters are case sensitive. If your SQL dialect doesn’t support the
case_sensitive parameter, case sensitivity will vary according to your database setup, which will usually not be case sensitive.
Looker’s ability to provide
case_sensitive depends on the database dialect’s ability to support this functionality. The list below shows which dialects support
case_sensitive in the most recent Looker release: