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customers and their purchasing habits within and outside of the regions. All this strategic information is available to the business user without the use of the CKF Formula Editor. Therefore, review the key figure properties before moving to the CKF process. You may find that some of your business requirements are met without creating any calculations.
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Now, let s look at all the functionality available in the key figure properties. To access these key properties, you can either use the tab Properties at the right side of the screen or use the context menu from the specific key figure to display the dialog box for the properties. I will use the context menu for the examples because the display is better and a bit easier to work through versus using the right side of the screen. The following illustration shows the two options. Generally the indicator normally set is Use Default Settings. If this is the option you choose, you will be using the information from the base InfoObject. Once you override the default setting, this check box will automatically be unchecked to show that the setting has been changed and is now nonstandard. It is possible to maintain properties of multiple characteristics simultaneously. Just highlight all the characteristics you want to include. The Properties pane will then display the properties. If there are any conflicts between the different characteristics, you will see the text Multiple Values Selected where the setting would normally appear. In this case, you will need to select the individual characteristics to see their respective settings. We will look at each of the tabs of the Key Figure Properties
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dialog box. Once we work our way through these, we can look at the query and, using just the key figure properties, see what we can come up with for data display. We have already discussed the General tab in the initial RKF section. Table 5-5 provides a breakdown of the functionality in the Key Figure Properties dialog box. I will be emphasizing some of the more complex functions available, such as the Exception Aggregation, Currency Translation, and the Formula Collision.
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Tab Aggregation Component Exception Aggregation Reference Characteristic Display (see the first illustration at the end of this table) Hide Description and Functionality A more detailed discussion of Exception Aggregation appears later in this chapter. A more detailed discussion of Reference Characteristic appears later in this chapter. You can hide key figures that you only need for calculating formulas and do not want to display. If you hide the key figure, you can still select it in the navigational process and display the results.
TABLE 5-5 Functionality in the Key Figure Properties Tabs
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Description and Functionality You can choose whether the key figure is to be highlighted in the report. This will allow the presentation tools to identify the key figures that need additional formatting so that the values are clearly shown in the results. You can define the number of decimal places here. You can set the scaling factor here. This is a nice option if the values in your key figure are large for example, in the billions. Therefore, identify the scaling factor in the query and reduce the actual display to millions (six zeroes versus nine). You have the ability to remove the sign or reverse the sign here. Defaults to Not Expandable. ID for the Enterprise location for the key figure. RKF and CKF have system-generated numbers, whereas the base key figures have a virtual ID. In this field, the unique ID (UID) that is used for unique identification is displayed. This field is only used for information purposes. For example, you can use the UID in URLs of the Web API to address this element. However, I recommend that you use technical names, because UIDs can change when an object is deleted and then created again. You can set Constant Selection here. In the query, you can set a currency conversion key and a target currency. You can also use a variable to allow the translation setting to be determined at runtime. We will discuss currency translation in more detail later in this chapter. In the Query Designer, you can set a unit of measure (UOM) conversion key and a target unit. You can also use variables to allow the translation setting to be determined at runtime. We will discuss UOM conversion in 13. You can define the use of planning in the query. Therefore, you have the ability to change the data directly in the query and post it back to the InfoProvider. This is used in the process of BI-IP more than in the reporting process. You have the ability to set manual input, calculations based on planning functions, or both.
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