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Designer includes a wizard for building basic universes Although you probably will not be able to use a universe created with the wizard as is, it is a useful tool for creating a universe quickly and becoming more familiar with universe components In the following example, you will create a new universe based on the MS Access database EfashionMDB that Business Objects provides as a sample 1 To invoke the Quick Design Wizard, start Designer and choose File | New or click Quick Design Wizard
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Designer menu, select Tools | Options On the General tab, click the check box File/New Starts Quick Design Wizard 2 The wizard will present you with a welcome screen that gives you an overview of the steps to build a universe Click Begin to proceed 3 Give your universe a meaningful name such as Test Fashion This is the name that users will see when selecting a data source for a report 4 Click New to create a new connection to a data source connection or use the dropdown list to select an existing connection 5 Click Next to proceed to Step 2 of the wizard, Create Initial Classes and Objects In this step, you select either the full tables or individual data columns that will become universe classes and objects, respectively By clicking the + sign next to the table name, you can choose individual columns from the table that will become objects You may find it easier initially to add all the columns and delete the individual ones you don t want Hold down the CTRL key while clicking the following three tables: ARTICLE_ LOOKUP, CALENDAR_YEAR_LOOKUP, and OUTLET_LOOKUP In this step, you only want to select dimension tables, not fact tables that are used for measure objects
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6 Click Add so that elements from these three tables become universe classes and objects as shown in the following example If you click the + sign next to any of the individual classes, you will notice that Designer has added all the columns in each table with a blue box next to the item to denote a dimension These symbols and object types are discussed further in 9
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7 Click Next to proceed to Step 3 of the wizard, in which you select objects that become measures A measure is often referred to as a fact in a fact table in a data warehouse It is numeric data that business users wish to analyze by different dimensions In BusinessObjects XI, measures generally include a SQL aggregate function such as COUNT or SUM These are also discussed further in 9 For now, click the + sign next to the table SHOP_FACTS, select MARGIN, AMOUNT_SOLD, and QUANTITY_SOLD, and then click Sum Notice that the wizard will add a measure object with a pink circle or sphere before each of these fields At this point, you also could create Count objects to count products or customers
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8 Click Next to proceed to Step 4 of the wizard In this step, the wizard tells you how many classes, objects, and joins your initial universe contains Click Finish to exit the wizard and view the universe in Designer 9 Click File | Save from the pull-down menu or click the Save button on the toolbar to save your universe
NOTE In earlier versions of Designer, if your universe name was longer than eight characters or
contained spaces, you would have been prompted for a filename different from the universe name This is no longer the case in XI, which will automatically use the long universe name as the filename 10 For other designers or end users to see this universe, you must export it to the repository From the Designer pull-down menu, select File | Export Congratulations! You have just completed your initial universe If only a real business universe could be this easy!
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