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Field Catalog The Field Catalog displays all the query fields and text elements of the Data
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Provider (query or query view) that provide the basis for the report. The Field Catalog also contains the list of free texts created by users (inserted into the header area of the report,
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for example). Using the Field Catalog, you can insert or reuse query fields or text elements from the Data Provider that were deleted from the report, for example, at any time with drag and drop. You can also work with free texts the same way. The following illustration shows this area and some examples of the activities involved. As you can see, the free texts Incoming Orders and Sales Period have been created by the user, and the characteristics and key figures are displayed in this section. In the lower portion of this section (not shown) are the additional objects variables, text, and information that were part of the query and also displayed for use in the Report Designer.
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The following elements are listed in the Field Catalog: Free texts Query fields Text elements for the Data Providers, such as Last Changed By, Due Date, Query Description, and so on
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and hidden components. As in the design area, the Report Structure also has a context menu with which you can work. In contrast to the design area, where you cannot select objects such as group levels, in the report structure you can select and edit these types of objects. Depending on the structure of a report, the following elements can be displayed hierarchically: Page header and/or page footer A static section with the associated row patterns and their cells, which can also contain various fields such as free text and query fields. Report section without data connection A static section with the associated row patterns and their cells, which can also contain various fields such as free text and query fields. Report section with data connection The static and dynamic report sections are displayed with a hierarchical structure. The name of the Data Provider with the associated row patterns is displayed for every group level (only for dynamic reports), along with the individual elements. Every group level is listed in its structure with the associated header, detail, and footer areas. Each area of a group level is displayed with the associated rows and their cells, which can also contain query fields and free text.
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The following illustration shows this integration between the Report Structure and the design area.
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Notice that group level 0 is related to the initial header group of the report. Therefore, Row 1, Cell 1 = Sales Period Row 1, Cell 2 = Incoming Orders Row 1, Cell 3 = Blank Column (notice that cell 3 doesn t have anything under it) and so on, through to the group level 1 structure and the row, cell combinations displayed. Because this is an example of a static display, it would stand to reason that this format is very rigid and limited.
Format Catalog The Format Catalog provides an overview of the formats used in the report.
Both standard formats and user-defined formats are displayed. You can transfer the formats to report elements (rows or cells) using drag and drop. This is shown in the following illustration. Notice that all the formats being used in the Report Designer are listed here. Once additional formats are either used or customized, they will be available from the Format Catalog.
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Properties
In the Properties area of the Report Designer, you can specify the properties of the individual report elements (fields, rows, and cells). To do this, you must first select the required row or cell and then make the required settings in the Properties area. This allows you to determine the format and position of text fields and the height and width of rows and columns. For example, in the following illustration, the Sales Period field is highlighted, and the Properties area shows the different options available to be reviewed and changed. In this case, Sales Period is set up as a 14-point Arial font, with a standard font color. Also, field wrapping is on, the cell background color is FF80, and the alignment and other settings are configured.
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