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Using Dimensions in Input and Output Contexts
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Input and output contexts may be specified by providing lists of dimension objects In the following example, the default input context for the [Revenue] measure is ([Year], [Sales Person]) However, if you wanted to calculate the percentage of [Revenue] that each [Sales Person] represents in the total [Year], you must be able to change the input context for [Revenue] from the default as follows:
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=Sum([Revenue] In ([Year]))
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The default input context of [Revenue] is ([Year];[Sales Person]) for each detail row
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Extended syntax allows you to change the default input context: =Sum([Revenue] In ([Year]))
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Extended syntax allows you to perform complex calculations including the percentage of revenue for each sales person over the total year Sum ([Revenue]) has a default input context of [Year] when the formula is placed in the footer of a [Year] break
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Output contexts are best demonstrated by the min and max functions In the following example, the default output context for the [Revenue] measure is ([Year], [Sales Person]) However, if you wanted to display the highest [Revenue]-generating [Sales Person] for the [Year] alongside each [Sales Person] and that person s [Revenue] total for the [Year], you must be able to change the output context for [Revenue] from the default as follows:
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=Max([Revenue]) In ([Year])
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=Max([Revenue]) In ([Year])
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Both input and output contexts can be combined in a single formula The following example represents [Revenue] calculated by [Year] and [Quarter] and the largest of those values output by [Year]
=Max([Revenue] In ([Year];[Quarter])) In ([Year])
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=Max([Revenue] In ([Year];[Quarter])) In ([Year])
Using Context Operators in Input Contexts
In previous examples you have used the In context operator to specify dimension(s) to include in the input and output contexts BusinessObjects XI provides two additional context operators that can be used in extended syntax: ForEach The ForEach context operator allows you to add dimensions to the current default input context For example, if a table contains the dimensions [Year] and [Quarter] and the measure [Revenue], the default context is [Year]; [Quarter] In the following example, the ForEach context operator is used to add the [Sales Person] dimension to the context (without adding [Sales Person] to the table):
=Min([Revenue] ForEach ([Sales Person])) In ([Year])
This would be the same as explicitly listing all of the dimensions as follows:
=Min([Revenue] In ([Year];[Quarter];[Sales Person])) In ([Year])
ForAll The ForAll context operator allows you to remove a dimension from the current default input context For example, if a table contains the dimensions [Year], [Quarter] and [Sales Person] and the measure [Revenue], the default context is [Year]; [Quarter]; [Sales Person] In the following example, the ForAll context operator is used to remove the [Sales Person] dimension from the context (without removing [Sales Person] from the table):
=Min([Revenue] ForAll ([Sales Person])) In ([Year])
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This would be the same as explicitly listing all of the dimensions as follows:
=Min([Revenue] In ([Year];[Quarter])) In ([Year])
Using Keywords in Input and Output Contexts
BusinessObjects XI provides keywords to help you specify the dimensions to include in the context of a formula The use of keywords provides two benefits First, it is a shorthand method of specifying dimensions, eliminating the need to type out the list of dimensions to include in the context Second, the use of keywords allows you to add or delete dimensions to a report without having to change the extended syntax in your formulas Since the context does not contain a hard-coded list of dimensions, the formula will continue to work The keywords that can be used in extended syntax are Report, Section, Break, Block, and Body Table 22-3 describes what data will be included when using keywords in extended syntax in different areas of a table or report
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