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Display As You determine the type of display for the data using the dropdown box next to Display As. You can choose from the following options for displaying the data:
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Depending on the amount of information in the table, the use of graphics can be helpful. The following illustration shows the use of a graphic with just the division information displayed.
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If you were to try to create a graphic with Sold-to party and Division, too much information would be displayed and the graphic would be useless. This is where the use of the Web Application Designer (WAD) comes into play, with the additional functionality of managing the size and format of larger amounts of information. The following illustration shows some of the additional functionality in the Graphic view.
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Information Clicking the Information button displays the dialog box shown in the following illustration. Here, you can display information about the selected data provider, as well as display information about the key date, the age of the data, the time of the last change, the person who last changed the query, and the date of the last refresh. You also receive information about which static and dynamic filter values the query has and the variable values with which the query is filled. Table 15-2 shows all the current settings available in the Information on Query tab. In the Query Documentation tab, any documentation or comments assigned to this web query are available.
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Setting Query Technical Name and Description Last Data Update InfoProvider Technical Name and Description Key Date
Functionality and Use The saved technical name of the query and current query description. The last time the data was uploaded to the InfoProvider. The technical name of the InfoProvider of this query and the description of the InfoProvider. Key date of the query. This setting controls the view of the characteristic values shown in the query. Depending on the time dependency of the master data, this setting may create different views of the data. The user who created the query and the user who last changed it. The date that the change occurred. The current user. The date that the query was last refreshed (executed). The technical name of the web template being used. The system identifier. The list of static filters (within the Filter portion of the Query Designer), dynamic filters (free characteristics or other filters in the rows or columns), and variables used in the query.
Created By and Last Changed By Changed At Current User Last Refresh Web Template System Static Filters, Dynamic Filters, and Variables
TABLE 15-2 Information Available on the Information Tab of the Web Analyzer
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Send You use the Send button to open the Broadcasting Wizard and access the informationbroadcasting functions to broadcast your ad-hoc analysis. This functionality was discussed in s 11 and 12. The option in this case offers only some of the functionality. The complete distribution process can be found by using the Information Broadcaster (The complete Information Broadcaster can be accessed from the Wizard by using the link assigned to the HERE button on the dialog box, as shown below.). The following illustration shows the initial step in this process. A series of four steps are involved in the setup, and each is self explanatory.
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Print Version Using the Print Version button, you can make settings for a print version of your ad-hoc analysis. For example, you can set the format for the print version and define whether a header is to appear on the pages printed. When you have made your settings and have chosen OK, a PDF document is generated, which you can then print. The following illustration shows the dialog box with all the settings available.
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