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The linking works through the repository, so two key requirements for linked universes are that they use a secure connection and that the kernel universe must have been exported to the repository at least once You then add the link within the derived universe When you define a link, all the classes, objects, and joins get displayed within the derived universe; they appear gray to differentiate them from other items that you may add directly within the derived universe The link is one-way and not bidirectional
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that makes more use of the file system When linking universes in version 6, the size of the universes was a big concern because the user had to import both the kernel universe and the derived universe in what could be a slow process Because the import process in XI is significantly faster, this hesitation to use linked universes is no longer justified If, however, you are working with an existing universe or trying to combine two kernel universes into one bigger derived one, there are a few more caveats First, class names must be unique If the kernel universe contains a name that duplicates one in the derived universe, then Designer will rename this class upon linking For example, if Country exists in both the derived universe and the kernel universe, it becomes renamed Country2 in the derived universe The object names within each class remain the same The physical table, however, is another story The table COUNTRY already existed within the derived universe structure Upon linking, the table name remains the same, but unfortunately, the link table now takes priority and COUNTRY will appear dimmed This will pose a problem only if you later decide you want to remove the link; you can t easily do this, as your existing Country class still needs the original COUNTRY table
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The following example uses Figure 15-1 as a model: the kernel universe contains common dimensions; the derived universe contains additional fact tables for a specific user group For clarity, the kernel universe will be called Kernel and the derived universe will be called Derived In an actual implementation, use the logical business names (for example, you may name your common kernel universe as Dimensions and the derived universe as Sales) As discussed earlier, the kernel universe must contain a secure connection, and a designer must have exported the universe to the repository at least once In the following example, assume that the kernel universe already exists 1 Create a new universe by selecting File | New from the pull-down menu or clicking New Universe
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2 Designer displays the Universe Parameters From the Definition tab, enter a universe Name and Description: Derived In the Connection, select the same secure connection used in the kernel universe 3 Select the Links tab from the Universe Parameters dialog box
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PART II
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4 Click Add Link
TIP If you have already created a universe, you can also use Insert | Universe
5 Select the universeunv file to which you want to link Click Open
NOTE If you have not yet exported the kernel universe to the repository, you will receive an error
message The kernel universe must exist in the repository prior to linking to it 6 Click OK to close the Universe Parameters dialog box In the next screen, notice that any linked components are dimmed 7 You can now re-create any necessary contexts and add new tables, joins, and objects These items will not be dimmed but will appear as normal in the derived universe
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Nonlinked components added in the derived universe appear darker
Linked components appear dimmed
NOTE Even if strategies are set to create joins automatically between matching column names (set
through File | Parameters, then selecting the Strategies tab), joins are not created automatically between tables in the derived universe and tables in the linked universe 8 For the link to become active, you must save the universe and export it to the repository From the pull-down menu, select File | Save, then File | Export, and click OK
Permanently Importing Universe Components
With some of the pitfalls of linked universes, you may decide it is better to maintain two separate universes rather than linking You may decide to do this in an initial build, in which case the link helps save time only in the build process and not in universe maintenance, or you may decide to do this after a period of time Either way, you are essentially importing certain universe components (classes, objects, joins, aggregate navigation not custom hierarchies, contexts) into a new universe After the initial import, there is no relationship between the derived universe and the kernel universe To import a kernel universe into a derived universe, complete these steps: 1 Select File | Parameters | Links 2 If this is a previously linked universe, highlight the Name of the kernel universe you wish to import If this is an initial build, click Add Link, and then select the universeunv file from which you wish to import components Click Open 3 Click Include
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