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the menu bar in Microsoft Excel. Refresh/Pause Automatic Refresh You control the refresh status (to enable or disable the request of current valid data from the server) with the Refresh function, which is a toggle function. To enable refreshing, requesting the current valid data from the server, choose Refresh from the Analysis toolbar, or select BEx Analyzer | Refresh from the menu bar. If you have already activated the Refresh function and you wish to pause automatic refreshing of current valid data, choose Pause Automatic Refresh from the Analysis toolbar, or select BEx Analyzer | Pause Automatic Refresh from the menu bar. This allows you to navigate the query without having to wait for it to update with the current data. The Pause Automatic Refresh state is recommended for performance reasons for example, if you intend to make several changes to the query properties and several navigational steps in succession without displaying the corresponding data immediately. After opening a query or a workbook, you should ensure that the Refresh function is active in order to be able to continue navigating with the current state of the data. A query can only be refreshed if a connection exists between BEx Analyzer and the BI system. When a query is refreshed, the data, format, rows, and column widths of the analysis grid (in which the results display) automatically adjust to the updated query data. You can adjust this display using the properties for the analysis grid.
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(in other words, you don t get the chance to change variable values). You can change this behavior so that you are always prompted to enter new variable values when you activate Refresh by selecting Process Variables on Refresh in the properties for the workbook.
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Change Variable Values You can change the variable values associated with the queries in your workbooks. When you initially refresh your workbook, all queries embedded in it are processed. Use this function to change values for all variables associated with queries in your workbook. All variables saved in any of the queries must at that time be replaced by concrete values, which are then saved in a session on the server. Changing the value of a variable involves recreating this state and might be time-consuming. Therefore, variables are not automatically processed when you navigate a query, and you can specifically evoke this function to change them. Choose Change Variable Values from the Analysis toolbar, or select BEx Analyzer | Change Variable Values from the menu bar. When the Select Values for Variables dialog box appears, select a value to assign to the variable. Tools You can launch other tools from within BEx Analyzer via the Tools function and its submenu. To launch BEx Query Designer and create a new query, choose Tools | Query Designer from the Analysis toolbar, or select BEx Analyzer | Tools | Query Designer from the menu bar. To precalculate and distribute workbooks with the BEx Broadcaster, choose Tools | Broadcaster from the Analysis toolbar, or select BEx Analyzer | Tools | Broadcaster from the menu bar. To launch the Planning Modeler and create objects for planning, choose Tools | Planning Modeler from the menu bar. To launch the BEx Report Designer and create formatted reports for the queries, choose Tools | BEx Report Designer from the menu bar. To launch the BEx Web Analyzer and create web objects for reporting, choose Tools | BEx Web Analyzer from the menu bar. Global Settings You can configure global settings, which are defaults valid for the whole application rather than for individual workbooks. You can configure global settings in four different areas using this option the trace file, behavior, statistics, and default workbook. Behavior is the first tab, and the options available under this tab are Maximum Number of Objects in Local History Use this drop-down box to configure the maximum number of objects that should display in your local history. Local History is a submenu that appears on the Open tool on the Analysis toolbar, and it lists the workbooks and queries you have opened, providing easy access to these workbooks and queries. The submenu will not display more than the number of queries or workbooks you configure with this setting. If you have not opened this many items, the submenu will only display as many as you have opened. To turn off the display of the Local History submenu, set this value to zero. Display System Name in Local History The Open function on the Analysis toolbar displays the workbooks or queries (shortcuts) you have opened earlier in the same session. If you want to open one again, you need not browse to locate the workbook or query. However, if you want to open a workbook or query from a specific system, you do not know whether the available shortcut refers to the system you want. This feature allows the system to display system names
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