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Target Quantity Unit from Variable A variable was specified for 0UNIT in the translation type. The text From Variable appears in the Target Quantity Unit field when you select this translation type. We ll now move back to the example. As the final steps in the process, we need to access the BEx Query Designer and do some additional configuration for the Invoiced Quantity key figure. The following illustration shows this information. As you can see, the Translations tab has been accessed, and we will be using the conversion type BWUSER UOM, which we created. To follow through with the addition of the target unit, based on the initial configuration of the conversion type, we add Each to the Target Unit field.
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Upon execution of the query, we see that the quantities that were completely mixed are now converted to the based unit of measure (Each (EA), in this case), as shown next. Let s look at the conversion P-300. In this case, the conversion is 300 EA equals to 1 PAL. If we do the math, we see that the original number of pallets is 50, and therefore the total number of EA is now 15,000.
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As you can see, this setup process is very straightforward, but if the combination of characteristics gets very complex compounding and different levels the table for the conversions may get rather involved. You can see how this will help significantly with the analysis of inventory, sales information, cost of goods sold, and so on, in your company.
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In this section we look at two unique web items: Chart and Map. Although we will be discussing the BEx Web Analyzer and the Web Application Designer (WAD) in 15 in the book, now is a good time to take a look at the two web items. We ve discussed the WAD a couple of times so far, so accessing it should not be an issue for you at this point. These two web items not only use the functionality of the WAD, they also use significant functionality that s outside of the SAP front-end process. So, in terms of the Chart web item, we will discuss the use of Excel-based chart components. For the Map web item, the use of the Geographic Information System (GIS) is a large part of the configuration. These items definitely are major parts of the WAD. You have probably set up a chart in Excel and will therefore feel very comfortable with this component during out discussion. This area is not specific to SAP or BW. The GIS functionality attached to the Map web item has been around for quite some time, but has only recently started to get more use in the business world. This is one of those tools that was ahead of its time.
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What better approach to take than to deliver to your business users a Web Application with a dashboard look, where the users receive information in a graphical format that allows them to be able to interpret results quickly, with more understanding Delivering information similar to what is shown in Figure 13-4 can only help analysts in their position of offering corporate management relevant data. Notice in this figure the use of both graphics and a map to emphasis the results from the chart. This is an excellent example of the power of graphics and of the additional analysis that can be done due to the use of the Chart and Map web tools.
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FIGURE 13-4 Using charts and maps for analysis
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FIGURE 13-5 Plan/Actual Analysis of Sales Organization Revenue
Another excellent example is shown in Figure 13-5. Here, you can assimilate the information very quickly and easily. Notice the graphical layout of the information, starting from the details of the information you need for analysis being identified. Then in the middle of the dashboard we have the plan/actual information broken down by month for a quick review of the historical trend. Moving to the right side of the dashboard, notice the information for the Sales Organization by Material Group cumulative YTD analysis. Finally, at the bottom we can analyze the total revenue and the share that New York has of the total company. If I were to give you this information in a basic report, you would be hard pressed to do this type of analysis at a glance. But with the use of charts, the analysis is easy, fast, and helpful for strategic decision making. All of this is done with the use of the Chart web item in the Web Application Designer. In the BEx Web Application Designer, the Chart web item is used for any graphical display of data. One key property is the Edit Chart property under the Internal Display property grouping. By using the Edit Chart web item, you call the Chart Wizard, which provides a step-by-step guide to producing useful charts of all types.
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