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in your role on the BW server for someone else to open and work with in Analysis mode. You can also save the workbook locally on your computer.
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NOTE Make sure you switch manually from Analysis mode to Design mode if you want to design
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anything in the workbook. This is a good habit to get into, especially once you are finished with your changes and want to save them. If you have very complex components and you select Save Workbook while still in the Design mode, you may receive a critical error and get knocked off the server. Once that happens, in most cases, all your unsaved configurations will be lost. Once you are finished in Design mode, use the Exit Design Mode option to move to Analysis mode. This is one approach to accessing the BEx Analyzer workbook functionality. Another approach is to open the BEx Analyzer and use the New function in Excel (top portion of the Excel screen) to start the creation of a workbook from scratch, as shown next.
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A final approach to entering the BEx Analyzer workbook is to use the BEx function Open | Open Workbook in the Analysis Mode toolbox. This allows you access to existing
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Design Toolbox Functions
A set of design items are available for use in enhancing the front-end interface for the query. These design items are all based on the use of a Data Provider, except for the Message design item. A short definition of each design item is included in Table 8-1. As we go through these different analysis items, keep in mind their use and positioning within the reporting process. These are new functions, and in the correct situation they will be a lifesaver. But used in the wrong situation, they will look good but make the end user frustrated. The process of inserting a design item is pretty much the same no matter which item you are working with. Use design items in BEx Analyzer to provide controls, an interface, and functionality to your worksheet, turning it into a query application. After you insert a design item into your workbook, you configure the Data Provider and other properties relevant for the particular item. Design items are represented by icons while in Design mode. When in Analysis mode, properly configured design items return data as configured from the Data Providers upon which they are based.
NOTE To add a dropdown box, radio button group, checkbox group, or button to your workbook,
you must enable Microsoft Excel's Trust Access to Visual Basic Project setting (in Tools | Macro | Security | Trusted Sources). If you omit this step, you will see an Access to Visual Basic Project Failed error when you attempt to insert or access these design items in Analysis mode.
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Design Item Analysis Grid Navigational Pane List of Filters Button Dropdown Box Checkbox Group Radio Button Group List of Conditions List of Exceptions Text Messages Workbook Settings
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Description Displays the results of a query. The Analysis Grid is the main design item in which you can navigate and perform OLAP functions. Provides access to all characteristics and structures in the query for use in navigation and analysis. Lists all currently active filters. Allows execution of a customized command on your results. Allows the user to set a filter via a selection from a dropdown box. Allows the user to set a filter via a checkbox selection. Allows the user to set a filter via a radio button selection. Lists existing conditions and their status. Lets you activate and deactivate these conditions. Lists existing exceptions and their status. Lets you activate and deactivate these exceptions. Displays text elements for the query. Displays messages associated with the application (the workbook itself). Allows the user to adjust settings specific to the workbook and the format. Allows changes in the themes that control the fonts and format, lists the items and Data Providers and their properties, and the ability to change the macro processing to name a few of the options.
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