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In the next illustration, you have the initial steps in the query itself to use the currency translation process. In the BEx Analyzer, you would have to access the Query Properties node from the context menu. From there, use the Currency Conversion tab to set up your translation.
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The next illustration shows the Currency Conversion tab in the Query Properties dialog box. In this case, we are translating everything into USD using the translation type Average Rate Current Date.
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Finally, in the following illustration, you can see the results of the translation process. All the values are converted to the USD ($) values for Average Rate Current Date, defined in the Administration Workbench.
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Formula Collisions
One of the results of all the functionality in the Query Designer is that we can have formulas in rows and/or columns. However, this causes an issue with the cells that are at the intersection of conflicting formulas. What does a particular cell do in terms of reading the row or column calculation. The Formula Collision function is only displayed in the Properties dialog box if two structures are used in the query definition and both contain formulas. In these cases, the system is not clear as to which one to use. Therefore, you can identify the formula you want these cells to use during the execution of the query. This function is only available for formulas and calculated key figures.
N OTE For the Formula Collision function to be available, you must be using two structures.
Structures are defined later in this chapter. Table 5-6 shows an example of a formula collision. This example has two rows and two columns with simple values. The third row is a simple summation formula, and the third column is a simple multiplication formula. In the cell where the row and column formulas meet, it is not clear which calculation should be made. If you calculate according to the column formula in this cell, the cell contains (A + C) (B + D). If you calculate according to the rows formula in this cell, the cell contains (A B) + (C D). Each produces a different result. If a formula collision occurs, you can, as described in this example, determine which formula is used in the calculation. You can make the following settings in the Trigger Formula Collision field: Nothing defined If you do not make a definition, the formula that was last saved and defined takes priority in a formula collision. Result of this formula The result of this formula has priority in a collision.
Column 1 Row 1 Row 2 Row 1 + Row 2 Value A Value C A+C
Column 2 Value B Value D B+D
Column 1 Column 2 A B C D Formula Collision
TABLE 5-6 Formula Collision Example
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The following illustration shows the Extended tab in the Key Figure Properties dialog box. It offers the Formula Collision option. The setting Use Result of This Formula is used so that the system can correctly calculate the data.
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The first of the following two illustrations shows an example in the system of formula collisions. You can see that there are two structures (nodes holding all of the objects) and
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that we have defined formulas in both. The result of this is shown in the second illustration. In the query results, you can see that the third cell in the column Sales Volume % Share of Incoming Orders is using the formula from the column to calculate the results of the cell.
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