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Query Properties can be accessed via the context menu from the navigational panel (navigational filter) or from the analysis grid (body of the query). With your cursor on either the characteristic or the characteristic value, you can access this option. It has the same parameters from either of these areas. Listed in Table 3-6 are the fields, the options to fill those fields, and the results you would view in the query. The following illustration shows the initial screen for Query Properties. In addition to these parameters, you have an icon at the very bottom of the screen to turn on the technical names for the objects. This dialog box contains seven tabs: Navigation State, Data Formatting, Presentation Options, Display Options, Currency Conversion, Zero Suppression, Properties, and Conditions.
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Description and Functionality General Information and Sorting Options None, Key and Text, Key, Text and Key, and Text. This item adjusts the view of the values for this characteristic based on the option chosen. Thus, if Key and Text is chosen, the value will show Key, then Text, and so on. Default Text, Middle Text, Short Text, Long Text. Based on this option, the query will display the Text table information. Key, Text, Selection (plus Hierarchy, if a hierarchy is being used). This functionality sorts the view by the Key, Text, or Selection option. Characteristic or attribute of the characteristic on which you are basing your sort. Ascending or descending order for display in the query. Never, Always, Conditional. Conditional is for when the item has only one line of data. If so, this will suppress the result row. For example, suppose you are querying by Division and Sold-To Party. If the number of Sold-To Party values is one, there will be no Results row created, and only the one line will appear. Never and Always are both self-explanatory. Default, Booked Values, Characteristic Relations, Master Data. This is a very important option. It allows you to show values that have no transactional data posted to them. If you use master data, this option accesses the master data table and shows all the values for master data, regardless of whether postings have occurred.
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Available Attributes to Display A total list of all attributes available for use as additional descriptions of the characteristic. A list of attributes that have been chosen to display along with the characteristic. These attributes are for display purposes only. You can access either Properties or Do Not Display from the context menu of the attribute. Default, Short, Medium, and Long Text can be used. Key, Key and Text, Text and Key, and Text are used to adjust the presentation of the characteristic value in the query.
From the context menu from the characteristic Text From the context menu from the characteristic Presentation
TABLE 3-5 Options Within the Context Menu of the Navigational Component of the BEx Analyzer
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Navigating Through the BEx Analyzer
Tab of the Query Properties Dialog Box Navigation State
Property Field Names Columns, Rows, Free Characteristics
Description and Functionality Use this tab to change the arrangement in the analysis grid of the characteristics and key figures on the rows and columns and the free characteristics for the query. The navigational state of the query is displayed in the form of three list boxes: Columns Lists the dimensions currently appearing on the columns.
Rows Lists the dimensions currently appearing
on the rows.
Free Characteristics Lists the free
characteristics (those dimensions that do not currently appear in the results). This is equivalent to the Local Query View found in the 3.x version. Data Formatting Presenting the Data in: Tabular View In this view, the InfoObjects are displayed only in the columns. The multidimensional result is flattened to display in a table. Note that this function is only available in Query Properties, and not in the Query Designer. Select the Display of the Columns Hierarchically and Expand Till check box to place characteristics that spill over several columns into one column in a hierarchy. Specify in the drop-down box the node to which you want to expand this hierarchy. Select the Display of the Rows Hierarchically and Expand Till check box to place characteristics that spill over several rows into one row in a hierarchy. Specify in the drop-down box the node to which you want to expand this hierarchy. Right (default), Left. Bottom (default), Top. X-, -X, (X), Default. Here are the options available:
MultiDimensional View: Display the Columns Hierarchically and Expand Till Display the Rows Hierarchically and Expand Till
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