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Query | End and Discard Changes Edit | Display/Change Edit | Cut, Copy, Paste and Remove TABLE 4-5
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Functionality of the Query Toolbar in the Query Designer
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Heading | Context Menu Item View | Predefined | Standard View and BW 3.x View View | Standard Toolbars | View and Standard View | Technical Names, Properties, Tasks, InfoProviders, Filter, Rows/Columns, Cells, Exceptions, Conditions, Messages, Where-Used List, Documents Tools | Save All Tools | Expand Node, Collapse Node
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Description and Functionality Using the View | Predefined | Standard View menu option, you can return to the standard view. If you prefer the view you are familiar with from the Query Designer in SAP BW 3.x, choose View | Predefined | View SAP BW 3.x. You can use this function to show and hide the View, and Standard toolbars. Described in Table 4-4.
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Described in Table 4-3. You can use this function to fully expand the hierarchy nodes you have selected, in one step. You can also use this function to fully collapse the hierarchy nodes you have selected, in one step. When you choose Application Help, the SAP NetWeaver online documentation appears. The Query Design: BEx Query Designer section in the documentation for the Business Explorer is displayed automatically. Using this function, you see the version of the Query Designer with the number of the support package and the revision. You can use this information if you need to send problem messages.
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TABLE 4-5 Functionality of the Query Toolbar in the Query Designer (continued)
initial query. In Figure 4-3, you can see that this InfoCube shows dimensions, key figures, and also something called a structure. (We will discuss this in 5.) Needless to say, this object is assigned to the InfoCube T_SDDEMO2. You can see that the Dimensions node is opened to show the different dimensions of the InfoCube. Under the Dimension folders, you will find the characteristics and navigational attributes we have turned on for use in reporting. You will be opening up the Dimension nodes to get to the characteristics and navigational attributes. These are the objects you will be dragging and dropping onto the different portions of the Query Designer (not the complete dimension, but what is stored in the dimension).
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FIGURE 4-3 Initial screen for the creation of a query
Initial Drag-and-Drop Functionality
Now that we have identified the InfoProvider and the dimensions, we are going to look at the dimension Sales Area Data. As you can see in Figure 4-4, three characteristics are listed: Sales Organization, Division, and Distribution Channel. Figure 4-4 shows the initial drag and drop of the characteristics into other areas of the Query Designer. In this case, we are moving the Sales Organization characteristic to the area Characteristic Restrictions. You do this by using your cursor and clicking a particular characteristic or key figure and then dragging it to the appropriate portion of the Query Designer. We ll continue to fill the different portions of the Query Designer with the characteristics and key figures we require for reporting. In Table 4-6, you see the positioning of the other objects. This is a common format where the key figures are placed in the columns and the characteristics are placed in the rows.
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FIGURE 4-4
Dragging and dropping characteristics into the Query Designer
Position in the Query Designer Free Characteristics Rows Columns Characteristic Restrictions Default Values (These characteristics default to this position based on their position in Rows, Columns, and Free Characteristics.)
Characteristic or Key Figures Assigned; Technical Name/Description 0DIVISION/Division 0SOLD_TO/Sold To Party; 0SOLD_TO_0REGION/Region 0INVCD_CST/Sales Volume; T_INCORDV/Incoming Orders 0SALESORG/Sales Organization; 0SOLD_TO_COUNTRY/Sold To Party Country 0DIVISION/Division; 0SOLD_TO/Sold To Party; 0SOLD_TO_0REGION/Region
TABLE 4-6 Drag-and-Drop Positions for Characteristics and Key Figures in the Query Designer
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The following two illustrations show the end result of this process.
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NOTE Notice that the technical names of the characteristics are significantly different in terms of look.
Some use a single technical name (for example, 0DIVISION) and others use two (for example, 0SOLD__TO_0REGION). This is due to the fact that one of the ways to identify a characteristic versus a navigational attribute is based on the technical name format. Those with one technical name are actually characteristics, and those with two technical names are navigational attributes. The end result of this query configuration initially is shown here, once you execute and display it on the Web or BEx Analyzer. Once it s executed, you can drill down and incorporate the characteristics in the left navigation block into the query or switch the current view (for example, remove Region and replace it with Division). At this point, if you have a system on which you can create a query, do so now and use some of the functionality we talked about in the previous chapters to test the results.
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