Setting Variable Target Units of Measure in the Query Designer in Microsoft Office

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Setting Variable Target Units of Measure in the Query Designer
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Depending on how the target quantity determination is defined in the quantity conversion type, you can either specify a fixed target quantity or a variable that the system uses to determine the target quantity. If a variable is used, the system will request the variable when you execute the query. In the Translations tabbed page, we have Currency Translation and Unit Conversion. Also, the Conversion Type is a required entry in this case. You can set a Target Unit of Measure for a structural component in the Query Designer. Select a conversion type in the Quantity Conversion Type dropdown box. Depending on how the unit conversion type was created, you have the following options:
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Select the Target Unit of Measure When Converting The Target Unit of Measure is not fixed in the conversion type, but can be determined during conversion. Select the required conversion type and enter the required unit in the Target Unit dropdown box. In addition, you can choose the variable icon to call the input help dialog box and select a variable Target Unit of Measure. By choosing the black arrow, you can navigate to the context menu and can then choose New Variable to create new variables or Edit to change existing variables. Both options use the variable editor. When you execute the query, the Variables screen appears, in which you can then choose the Target Unit of Measure. Fixed Target Unit of Measure The Target Unit of Measure was specified in the conversion type. Select the required conversion type with the fixed Target Unit of Measure. The fixed Target Unit of Measure (such as Gram) for this conversion type appears in the Target Unit dropdown box. InfoObject Determines Target Unit of Measure The Target Unit of Measure is specified in the conversion type so that it is determined from an InfoObject. Select the required conversion type with the Target Unit of Measure from the InfoObject. The text From InfoObject appears in the Target Unit field when you select this conversion type. Target Unit of Measure from Variable A variable was specified for 0UNIT InfoObject in the conversion type. The text From Variable appears in the Target Unit field when you select this conversion type. For the quantity conversion, you can set a Target Unit of Measure for a structural component in the Query Designer. Select a translation key in the Quantity Translation Key dropdown box. Depending on how the quantity translation key was created, you have the following options: Select the Target Quantity Unit When Translating The target quantity unit is not fixed in the translation key but can be determined when translating. Select the required translation key and enter the required unit in the Target Quantity Unit dropdown box. You can also use the variable symbol to call up the input help dialog box and select a variable target currency. You click the black arrow to reach the context menu and can then choose New Variable to create new variables or Edit to change existing variables. Both choices take you to the variables editor. When you execute the query, the Variables screen appears. You can choose the target quantity unit here. Fixed Target Quantity Unit The target quantity unit was determined in the translation key. Select the required translation key with the fixed target quantity unit. The fixed target quantity unit (for example, Gram) for this translation key appears in the Target Quantity Unit dropdown box. InfoObject Determines Target Quantity Unit The target quantity unit was set in the translation key so that it is determined from an InfoObject. Choose the required translation key with the target quantity unit from the InfoObject. The text From InfoObject appears in the Target Quantity Unit field when you select this translation type.
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