The following behavior is different for chasm traps than for schemas that do not contain a chasm trap:
There are no headlines (single facts based on the data) shown when a search contains a worksheet containing a chasm trap or base tables that are related over a chasm trap.
Join information in What am I Looking At? does not appear for searches on a worksheet containing a chasm trap or on base tables that are related over a chasm trap.
There are cases when attempting to configure certain charts on chasm trap worksheets or tables will not work. If this happens, you will see the error Your search needs to have unique y-axis values for each series of data shown on the x-axis. The workaround is to remove all columns from the search, except for those used in your chart.
In some cases, there is a workaround of saving an answer as a worksheet (Aggregated Worksheet). See the ThoughtSpot User Guide for details on how to do this. If you save a chasm trap search as a worksheet, it becomes a materialized view of the answer. Effectively, it is then just a regular table (no chasm trap). As such, most of the issues above will not affect searches on the saved worksheet.