vb.net barcode reader sdk Figure 3-32 Calculation Options drop-down menu in Microsoft Office

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Figure 3-32 Calculation Options drop-down menu
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Every single time you import data using the Get External Data group on the Home ribbon, you create a new connection The sole Existing Connections button in the Connections group shows you all of these connections in the Existing Connections dialog, which is shown in Figure 3-33 This leads to a number of interesting possibilities One, you can change the connection by clicking Edit Two, you can use an existing Office Data Connection (odc) file that was created previously by some other Excel/Office operation Three, you can browse for other connection files by clicking Browse for More Four, you can add tables or queries to an existing connection by clicking Open or double-clicking the connection The last point is worthy of more discussion Often, you will use Get External Data and import a few tables from a particular source Later, you may decide that you want another table from the same source If you go back through Get External, you are creating a new connection to the same source You can end up with many connections
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Figure 3-33 Existing Connections dialog
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to the same data source If you go through Existing Connections and click Open, you can add new tables or queries to an existing connection Having a single connection to a single source is much, much more efficient than having multiple connections to a single source It also simplifies management of PowerPivot for Excel workbooks published to PowerPivot for SharePoint If you do go for a single connection, you may see significant improvements in the speed of data import, especially if you re-import by clicking Refresh All from the Refresh button on the Home ribbon
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There are two buttons in the Relationships group of the Design ribbon: Create Relationship and Manage Relationships Create Relationship, naturally, is used to create relationships Manage Relationships is used to edit or delete existing relationships However, the Manage Relationships dialog also includes a Create button so that you can set up new relationships without having to go back to the Create Relationship button If you are importing from a relational source that supports relationships, and relationships are defined in the source, PowerPivot might automatically create the relevant relationships for you but this may not be so for arbitrary OLEDB/ODBC connections If, however, you import from a non-relational source such as Excel or text files, you may want to define relationships This has a number of benefits It means you can use the important DAX functions RELATED() and RELATEDTABLE() In addition, it helps you to have the correct data from multiple tables display correctly in a PowerPivot pivot report The Create Relationship dialog is shown in Figure 3-34 The Manage Relationships dialog is shown in Figure 3-35
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Figure 3-35 Manage Relationships dialog
If you import PowerPivot tables from disparate sources, then PowerPivot can t create the relationships automatically This is also true when you import new tables on an existing connection relationships with existing tables are not detected If tables are related in some way, it s important that you tell PowerPivot When you add tables to a pivot table, you could always try the Detection button in the Relationship group of the PowerPivot ribbon in Excel But it s a good idea to explicitly and manually create relationships If you omit them or the automatic detection algorithm gets it wrong, your pivot table may display inaccurate results Our Excel import example in 2 demonstrated how to set up relationships If you skipped that chapter or the Excel part, it might be a good idea to refer back to it quickly As a reminder, if you read 2, in PowerPivot relationships, in one-tomany relationships, the relationships go from the many to the one If you have Access or SQL Server experience, you may be used to the relationship going from the one-side table to the many-side table you will have to readjust your way of thinking If you have SSAS experience, you are already used to relationships working this way around If you get it wrong, PowerPivot will automatically reverse the relationship In this chapter, rather than repeating a step-by-step example from the last chapter, it might be a good idea to consider a more advanced relationship A really great feature of PowerPivot is the ability to create relationships between tables from different sources And this includes the ability to relate a table from a relational source to a table from a multidimensional source, such as an SSAS cube This is truly personal BI! Here s a step-by-step example to relate relational data to multidimensional data (if you wish to
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