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Now, we will realign the columns and add a separator column between Assets and Stockholder Equity and Liabilities. The following illustration shows the end result. To some, this process may not seem that exciting, but for anyone who has been working in BW for the past several years, this one example sums up many different formatting requests from a typical corporate headquarters. Copyright by SAP AG Now, additional work needs to be done on the borders of the headings and also of the report itself. The following two illustrations show the use of the Borders option on the report toolbar. To accomplish this, highlight the cells that are to have borders and use the options either from the toolbar or from the menu Format | Borders to complete this task.
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By double-clicking the column separator, the columns will automatically fit the information in the column. The following illustration shows the results of this activity. Once this is accomplished, the actual report is very close to being completed.
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The use of a header and footer can be very helpful here. An additional section for the header to show text will be placed here, as shown in the following two illustrations.
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We ve added a title for the report and also another line to provide some space between the heading and the information. The report looks great, and the final result can be viewed on the Web. The following two illustrations show the end result. This report can now be printed or viewed either in the BEx Web Analyzer or in the Enterprise Portal.
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Summary
This chapter completes the review of the configuration and functionality of the Report Designer. This is an invaluable tool in the process of achieving the correct format and view of report data for the business user. Projects often fail due to reports and queries being incorrectly formatted. Therefore, another toolset may be required to get the formatting correct for each level of management. The Report Designer solves many of these issues, and with a little work can be quite easy to format and configure. To see what additional enhancements can be accomplished with the Report Designer, you can take the basic queries you use and add small changes to them and add some bells and whistles for your reports. Most likely, after you start this process someone will notice the formatting changes and start asking for additional enhancements to their reports.
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Spreading the Word The Information Broadcaster
ow we turn our attention to the component of the BW system we use for distributing data and information. Although it s important we make sure that all the information is consistent and reliable and that we have the proper format set up and the uploading processes are all working correctly, if the information can t get to the appropriate people in the corporation, it s worthless. Therefore, back-end configuration and maintenance, front-end reporting tools and formatting, and finally the methods available for distributing the data must all work together to get the job done. The Information Broadcaster is the component within BW that allows for the distribution of information using multiple methods to any of the different groups and levels of business users required to receive the information. We will highlight the basic Information Broadcaster process in this chapter and will follow up this discussion in a later chapter with an in-depth analysis of the configuration of enhancements within the Information Broadcaster. This chapter provides an overview of the functionality and the basic setup of the Information Broadcaster via the different avenues available. It ends with some additional functionality concerning the distribution of precalculated workbooks.
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