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shows a different region s sales revenue for the year. We need to apply a filter to each of the columns to accomplish this view of the data. I would definitely not suggest that we upload the data with these specific combinations because using that information for other queries would be very difficult. We want to upload the data at a level that helps us develop the queries, but not at a level that hurts our flexibility at the query level and also hurts the uploading process.
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N OTE Too many precalculations going on during the data upload process will affect performance
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times of the data load. Another example of a report that lends itself to RKFs is one that needs each column to show a different year s sales revenue or costs by division, or where we want to see both Actuals and Planned Data. We would need to create a restricted key figure to include in each column a different year. Table 5-1 has an example of what the RKF might include. As you can see, there are a number of applications for this option. Realize, however, that you need to plan out what your RKFs should be and not create excess characteristic restrictions in the process, because this would affect query performance.
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Restricted key figures are key figures filtered by one or more characteristic selections. RKFs can include other RKFs, basic key figures, or CKFs, and can be available to be reused in other queries created against a particular InfoProvider. Therefore, RKFs can be at the InfoProvider level or the query level, depending on where you decide to create them. This is an important decision because you want to make sure the RKFs developed at the InfoProvider level are consistent and can be reused to apply the same restrictions to other queries and arrive at the appropriate results set for the business user. Think what would happen if you allowed business users to create InfoProvider-level RKFs and were reusing them in other queries, only to find out that the RKF definitions were incorrect. Therefore, not everyone is allowed to create these components at the InfoProvider level. Using these restrictions, you can focus the query result on certain values. Finally, these are calculations you are not interested in storing, filling up your InfoCube with too much data. You are comfortable with the calculation done on the fly in the query OLAP engine. One other comment that applies to all components discussed here: Be sure to turn on the statistical SBC so you can manage the performance of the queries. In 7.0 BW, you can use the statistics in the SBC technical area to identify the total number of cells being calculated as the query is executed. This is important information because if the total
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Column 1 Key figure: Sales Revenue Characteristic: Year Characteristic: Actual Data (Version)
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Column 2 Key figure: Sales Revenue Characteristic: Year Characteristic: Planned Data (Version)
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TABLE 5-1 Restrictions That Create an RKF in the Columns
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number of cells being calculated in the OLAP process is in the thousands, you will need to be very careful as the data volume grows. You may be looking at a deterioration of the query performance, and the system can alert you of this. Figure 5-1 shows the location of the InfoProvider-level and query-level RKFs.
N OTE The term basic key figure refers to the InfoObjects in the InfoProvider that will be storing
either amounts, quantities, or numbers based on the uploading of data from the source system.
Restricted Key Figures at the InfoProvider Level
To define an RKF at the InfoProvider level, from the Query Designer right-click the node Key Figures. If RKFs have already been created, you will find a node specifically for them. Then you can either right-click the key figure or the restricted key figure node. The first of the following illustrations shows the result of this action. Notice that you have a choice of New Restricted Key Figure or New Calculated Key Figure. We will discuss CKFs a bit later in this chapter. Once you click the option New Restricted Key Figure, the system creates another place in the list for a new restricted key figure. This is just a placeholder for the process of creating the RKF. The second illustration shows the next step. In the
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