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TABLE 4-3 Components of the Standard Toolbar of the BEx Query Designer
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You have accessed the Query Designer and decided to create a new query, so you have chosen the New Query icon and decided to use a specific InfoCube. Now, to start the process of creating a new query, you have to start to fill the areas of the Filter and Rows/Columns portions of the Query Designer with characteristics and key figures. We will be doing quite a bit of this, so let s start with a basic example. Then in the next few chapters we ll move into more complex functionality in terms of creating the query and adding functionality such as variables, RKFs, and CKFs to the query. We have chosen an InfoProvider Customer Cube for our
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Description and Functionality This function opens the InfoProvider section of the Query Designer. This function opens the Filter section of the Query Designer. This function opens the Rows/Columns view of the Query Designer. This function is only available and highlighted for queries with two structures. You can define formulas and selection conditions for cells explicitly. In this way, you control the values of cells that appear at the intersections of structural components. This function enables you to access individual cells in queries or to assign special values to individual cells. You can use this function to create unique formulas for each cell. It is important to remember that using this function will impact the performance of the query, so be sure to use this function wisely. You use this function to define conditions for a query. For each characteristic, you can give limit conditions to the key figure values in order to determine, for example, all sales revenue above or below a specific amount. This function is used to identify groups of values for example, the top 5% of all customers in sales revenue or the bottom 10% of all customers for total sales in this quarter. You can use this function to create or define exception reporting in the query. Exceptions are variances from a specific norm that you define. For example, an exception is any sales revenue below a certain number for the quarter, or a certain number of returned sales items by a customer. Nine different levels are standard with exceptions to define. This function displays the properties of the object being highlighted in the Query Designer. You can then change/adjust or display the parameters for each item. Using this function, you can display the activities available for a unique object in the Query Designer. This function opens the Message pane. In the Message pane is a list of outstanding messages relating to the status of the query and the objects used or created. These messages are normally informative in nature. Use the Check Query function to display a list of messages in the Message pane Using this function, you can identify other objects where the query is being used. This option adds an additional tab onto the Query Designer to display all documents assigned to the objects. It also displays the Application Help functionality. This function allows you to display the technical name and text of the objects being used in the Query Designer. This allows you to hide/ display the technical names.
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TABLE 4-4 Components of the View Toolbar of the BEx Query Designer
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Where It All Starts The Query Designer
Heading | Context Menu Item Query | New Query | Open Query | Check Query | Save Query | Save As
Description and Functionality Described in Table 4-3. Described in Table 4-3. Described in Table 4-3. Described in Table 4-3. This function allows you to save the existing query under another name. This is important in cases of testing a query. This way, you can make changes and adjustments to test the query without adjusting the original. You can also use this in terms of managing the key figure structures for referencing purposes. This is discussed in detail in 5. To delete the query, choose Delete. You can only delete the query if it is no longer being used (in any workbook, Web template, report, or broadcast setting). Details of the Query Properties are discussed later in this chapter. You ll see a series of tabs that include additional parameters you can use to alter the display of the query information. Described in Table 4-3. You can publish queries that you have edited and saved in the Query Designer so that they are available to other users. You can choose to save in a role. The Save dialog box appears and you can select a role in which you want to publish the query. The system saves a link to the current query in the selected role. You can choose to save to a portal. The Publish dialog box appears, which enables you to publish the query in the Portal Content Directory (PCD) as an iView. The BEx Broadcaster is a web application for precalculating and distributing queries, query views, Web templates, reports, and workbooks. You can precalculate the query you edited in the Query Designer, or you can generate an online link. You can broadcast the generated document or link by e-mail, print it, or publish it in a portal. Choose this function to leave the Query Designer. Your entries will not be saved. You can use this function to change between the display and change modes in the properties of a query or query component. Described in Table 4-3.
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