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Another feature within the Report Designer is the use of themes for formatting purposes. A theme provides a set of formatting instructions to your report cells. One important point to bear in mind is that the theme formatting supplied by the Report Designer custom settings
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TABLE 10-1 Styles Used in the Report Designer Obtained from the BEx Analyzer
take priority over the default settings supplied by the theme. Themes are supplied by SAP as Business Content objects (themes that start with an zero 0). You can also develop themes yourself in the BEx Analyzer. The workbook styles are passed to the Report Designer via the themes. It is also important to remember that only three of the workbook styles used by the Report Designer, and these are mapped to the areas of the report as shown in Table 10-1. To create your own customized themes, go to the BEx Analyzer Workbook Settings dialog box, shown in the first of following illustrations. In the workbook, use the Design Item | Workbook Settings option and click the second tab, Themes, to create your own themes to be used in the Report Designer. Notice the four command buttons. To create a theme, click the New button and define a technical name. Then experiment with the different styles to the right, choose those that will be assigned to the theme, and click the Apply button. After you re done, click the Save button. Now, the Report Designer shows the new theme (in this case, BWUSERTHEME01), as shown in the second illustration. This theme can now be applied to the Report Designer report.
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The configuration of themes in the Report Designer is fairly straightforward. The configuration of these themes in the BEx Analyzer workbook, however, can be a bit tricky because the assignment of different styles to themes is manually intense. As an example of this functionality, we ll start by identifying a specific query to use. The following illustration shows the query that will be used for this example.
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This query has two characteristics and two key figures. We will forgo any changes in formatting and just the review of the use of themes. Once we have identified the query, we ll use the Insert Data Provider option to display all the query elements in the design area, as shown in the following illustration. This illustration also shows the location of the
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themes we can use. Using the menu item Tools | Portal Theme, we can identify the theme to be used.
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Note that a series of SBC themes is available: 0TRADESHOW, 0CHROME, 0STREAMLINE, and 0HIGHCONTRAST. The theme 0TRADESHOW is used for the report displayed in the first of the following illustrations. Next we ll execute the report using the theme 0HIGHCONTRAST. The second illustration shows the differences between the header information, the results, and the detail sections.
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As a final note, in the Report Designer s printing functionality is very user friendly and defaults directly to the Adobe PDF format. The printing component for the BEx Analyzer was discussed in 4, the printing for the Information Broadcaster will be discussed in 12 and the BEx Web Analyzer, and WAD will be discussed in 15. The following illustration shows the view of a printed Report Designer report.
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With all of the new functionality for use when formatting your reports or accessing any of the other options such as printing in either the BEx Web Analyzer and the Web Application Designer (we will review the WAD in more detail in the 15), its very important to understand when to use the Report Designer s toolset and when not to and in turn go directly to the WAD to format your report. In terms of different situations where you would look to use the Report Designer component for formatting one always comes to mind. During a number of projects I have been involved in, requests for these formatted types of reports came from the finance team, and in some cases a report book needed to be generated for the corporate headquarters. In some countries, such as Japan, the government requires a specific set of reports in a specific series in a book to be submitted for review. This was difficult to do with BW before, but with the Report Designer this task can be set up just once and then generated on a monthly basis. The Information Broadcaster can be used for distribution over the Web, and the Adobe printing functionality can be used to create the actual accounting book for period-end analysis. With this in mind, we will develop a full example by setting up a Balance Sheet report for a corporation using a basic query from BW and the Report Designer. The first of the following illustrations shows the basic query that will be used for this example. As you can see, the Balance Sheet accounts are listed as a long line of GL accounts and are not in the format we are used to seeing them in (which would be side by side). The second illustration shows the remaining accounts at the bottom of the list for reporting purposes using the basic BEx Analyzer process.
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