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The first of the following illustrations shows the condition that has been applied to this query. The materials are limited to the top five values based on total sales. The second illustration shows the results of this query. Notice that there are only five material values: 1400-300, L-40C, 1400-310, L-80C, and L-60F.
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Now, we ll step into the Enterprise Portal to set up the Information Broadcaster with the necessary settings for the precalculated value set. The first of the following illustrations shows this scenario. Accessing the Information Broadcaster via the BI Portal, we can access the broadcaster view, as shown in the second illustration. Notice that when we access the
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Broadcaster this way, the query is empty and requires that you use the Open button. Therefore, we use the query as the object type and access the Open option.
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This action causes a dialog box with the standard options to appear, as shown in the first illustration on the following page. Choose the query BWUSER Top 5 Materials and then click Transfer. This takes us back to the original screen of the Information Broadcaster, and the query is set as the source. Then click the Create New Settings button to access the details of the settings process, which is shown in the second illustration on the following page.
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Once you have accessed the Settings screen, enter a description and then change the Distribution Type setting to Precalculate Value Set. This causes the Output Format setting to
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default to Value Set. The Authorization User setting will default to the current user, and then the language can be set. The following illustration shows all these settings.
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Move to the Precalculation tab and enter the settings necessary. You can review the fields and use the F4 help to use some of the system parameters that are standard settings on the system. The Value Set field will be filled with the Setting IDs. In the Description field, you can include a description, possibly using some system parameters. Finally, the most important setting is Characteristic. Make sure this setting is based on the characteristic that will be used in the query as a variable. In our case, we will be using the characteristic for 0MATERIAL. The first of the following illustrations shows the initial screen for these settings. The second illustration shows the use of some system parameters to automatically fill the fields with set information. Notice that over ten different settings can be used, including User, Language, Date, Time, Calendar Week, and Technical Name of the Settings. The final illustration shows the use of the Time ID as well as the Setting ID for the value set s technical name.
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The first of the following illustrations shows the identification of the characteristic 0MATERIAL as the set InfoObject for this precalculated value set. Saving these parameters takes us to second illustration, where a technical name and description can be entered. These settings can be scheduled for execution, but for our case using the Execute option will be the quickest approach to see the results. The third illustration shows the outcome once
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the precalculated value set is executed. Notice the technical name of the value set TEMP_ DC372322F5EECCF1B1C60014. This will come up a bit later.
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Now we need to create another query to use the precalculated value set. We ll go back to the BEx Query Designer and set up the query with the characteristic 0MATERIAL and an extra characteristic, 0SOLD_TO PARTY, to be used in the process of extending the information available when using the value set. The important item in this process is setting up the variable correctly to be able to access the precalculated value set. The first of the following illustrations shows the initial screen of the Query Designer. The variable setup is shown in the second illustration. Notice the Processing By setting for this variable (Manual
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