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In the upper list, you receive information on how current the data is and can see the name of the query. In the lower area, you see the data either in a table or in a graphic. Here, you can use the arrow keys in the column header to sort the column in ascending or descending order. The context menu for the cells of the table is also available when you right-click. Depending on the variation of the pattern, different functions are included in the context menu. For example, you can jump to another BEx Web Application. In the application toolbar above the table or graphic, several pushbuttons are available, each of which offers a different function. Table 15-10 lists the functions of the pushbuttons on the application toolbar. The second example, shown here, has changed things a bit. In addition to the functions from the first example, a dropdown box is available in which you can select different views of the data. In this way, you can switch between different navigation views that each show a different aspect of the data.
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For example, the BEx Web Application displays the sales data for a specific product. You can choose between the following views in the dropdown box: Sales for Each Distribution Channel, Sales for Each Region, and Sales for Each Customer.
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Description You use this pushbutton to switch between the display of data as a table or as a graphic. If the data is to be displayed in a table, Graphic appears as the text in the pushbutton. When you switch, the data is displayed in a graphic. Now Table appears as the text in the pushbutton. With this pushbutton, you go back to the table. You use this pushbutton to display information about the Data Provider. You can display information about the key date, the currentness of the data, the time changed, who last changed the query, and the date of the last refresh. You use this pushbutton to send the BEx Web Application by e-mail. The Broadcasting Wizard appears and helps you to make the necessary entries with step-by-step instructions. You use this pushbutton to make the settings for a print version of the BEx Web Application. For example, you can set the format for the print version and define whether a header appears on the pages printed. When you have made your settings and have chosen OK, a PDF generation is triggered. You can print out the created PDF document. You use this link to display the filter pane. The filter pane is displayed between the application toolbar and the table (or graphic). The characteristics that you can use for filtering are displayed in the filter pane. You can select the characteristic values to be used for filtering for each characteristic that is used in the Data Provider.
TABLE 15-10 Functions of the Application Toolbar
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If we look at the actual component, we can see that it guides us through the configuration process. The following illustration shows the initial screen after the BI pattern to copy is chosen. In this case, we are using the Information Consumer pattern.
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Leaving all indicators turned on, we move to step 2 in the process. Here, we are confirming the functionality of the input field as well as the sorting and filtering process. We will keep the Dropdown Box view and add the Filter view, as shown here.
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Step 3 in this case is a confirmation of the formatting that was accepted. Finally, step 4 gives us the chance to adjust the formatting and add headers and footers to the BI pattern, as shown next. Once this is complete, perform a Save operation and you have an additional formatted BI pattern available.
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