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Each of these tabs has the same options as those accessed via the dropdown menus in the Report Designer toolbar or the context menu s Cell Format and Text Format options. This allows you to make the adjustments all in one place. We will use the options on the Cell tab to adjust the background color.
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Functionality of the Report Designer
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Click the small box next to the text Background Color (not the larger field, but the small square) to open up the color pallet, which offers the different colors available as well as the ability to create a customized color for your use (see the first of the following illustrations). Choose any of the different colors to use and then click OK to go back to the Edit Format dialog box. The second illustration shows the end result.
NOTE In many cases once the query is inserted into the Report Designer the functions such as
hierarchies and variables are automatically converted into the Report Designer format.
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The next illustration shows the second tab, Font, which is used to change the font of the text. Due to the number options, we won t work through them all. Instead, you should experiment with the various options to change the look and feel of your reports to what you want. As you review enough of these options, you ll find yourself only using the ones that are consistent with your corporate colors and formats.
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Finally, the Border tab enables you to create borders around any set of cells you need to emphasize, such as cells for certain text or titles. The first of the following illustrations shows these options. To adjust the font of the other levels of the hierarchy, we will use the Format option in the toolbar as well as the Format | Font menu option, as shown in the second illustration.
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Finally, once executing the report the initial screen that appears offers the field to enter the variable hierarchy node. The first of the following illustrations shows this view. Once the variable is assigned, the results of these changes are shown in the second illustration. Notice that during the process of formatting we included both the text and the technical naming convention with the appropriate background color and font format. The background color for the key figures could have been changed, and other formatting adjustments are available.
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Images
One of the other useful features in the Report Designer is the ability to insert images in reports. This can really help improve the look and feel of your report, especially if it is going to be distributed throughout the corporation. Logos and comments are normally required elements. The graphics available to the Report Designer are stored in the Mime Repository of BI. The Mime Repository is a central storage area for all graphical objects used in BEx as well as in other components linked to BI, such as SEM. The Mime Repository can hold all types of graphical objects, including GIF, JPG, TIF, BMP, and more. It s important to check and test all the different types of graphical objects and their use in the Report Designer. Originally the only image type supported was GIF, but now many more are supported. To access the MIME Repository you have a number of options. You can access this repository with the transaction SE80 from the main screen of the BW system, then choose the Mime Repository or use the transaction code for the Mime Repository directly SO2_MIME_ REPOSITORY. Alternatively, you can use the link from the main menu in Business Explorer.
NOTE The Mime Repository is used in SEM-BPS and also BW-BPS for storing additional images
for icons and corporate logos on the BPS layouts via the Web Interface Builder. In the Mime Repository, to identify the exact folder that will store the images for the Report Designer, use the menu path and locate the Custom or Customer folder for the Mime images, or you can go to the Report Designer and use the menu path in the graphic screen for the image icon. You will see this later in this section. The following illustration shows the initial screen of the Mime Repository.
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