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The next illustration shows the context menu from the reference cells. The options are New Cell Reference, New Selection (creates a new RKF), and New Formula (creates a new CKF). In the case of the New Selection or New Formula option, you would be changing the information that this particular cell displays. Therefore, you would be creating a specific calculation for this cell to use. If you are going to do this, make sure sufficient documentation is available for the business user to recognize this fact. If you use the New Cell Reference option, you are not changing the data that the particular cell is displaying but rather allowing more flexibility in creating other formulas.
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The next illustration shows the use of the cell reference by creating two additional cell references and showing the functionality of the help cells. These help cells can store either RKFs or CKFs.
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In the final illustration, we are in the Formula Editor and the cell references are available for us to use in creating additional calculated key figures. These can be identified by the
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node in which they are stored Cells. This functionality might never be something you need, but if at any time an unusual request for a query design is requested, think Cell Editor.
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Summary
With the combination of all these different calculation functions included in the BEx Query Designer for building formulas the Cell Editor, currency translation, exception aggregations, Percentage functions, Boolean Logic functions, Data functions, restricted key figures (both individually and included in the calculated key figures), plus the functionality directly used in the BEx Analyzer, you have a powerful tool set for creating effective queries. Having worked with BW for quite some time, I can say that the functionality and flexibility of this version of the Query Designer in the use of the key figures is excellent. Although many options were demonstrated in this chapter, still many others are available and depending on your needs, they may come in handy. If you have access to a system, the best approach to working with all these options is to experiment with data that is consistent and familiar to you so that the outcome to all these different calculations will be easier to test and confirm.
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Enhancing the Use of the Characteristics in the BEx Query Designer
e have now covered quite a bit of information and material. You have seen what we can do with the functionality of the key figures, directly in the BEx Query Analyzer. We ve worked with the BEx Query Designer and have touched on some of the system configuration options in addition to these for queries. Unlike in the previous chapter, where we were almost completely in the BEx Query Designer, in this chapter we will step into the Business Administration Workbench and review the characteristic InfoObjects and their attributes, and then we ll look at the use of hierarchies in BW. We will review these in different portions of the chapter. In between these two topics, we will cover other activities you can do with characteristics, such as creating variables. We will also look at setting up and executing exceptions and conditions, and finish our discussion on personalization. We talked a little bit about the use of characteristics and their attributes in the process of creating queries and I held off going through the details of the attributes in the initial chapters so that we could get up and running on the functionality of queries before we discuss the use of characteristic attributes. The attributes we ll discuss are those that start within the configuration of the characteristic the use of navigational attributes. I once heard someone define a navigational attribute as an attribute you turn on if you ve made a mistake in the architecture of the InfoCube and need to have another object available for reporting, just like the characteristic. That definition is as far from the truth as you can get. There are specific reasons for turning on navigational attributes in the InfoObject, then continuing the process and turning them on in the InfoProvider configuration. So, based on that you know, this is a two-step process: First, identify the navigational attributes in the InfoObject configuration that you would like to use in the reporting process and turn them on at that time. Second, turn them on in the InfoProvider at the time of configuration. These are the mechanics of using navigational attributes, but the reasons for doing so are a bit more involved. We will talk briefly about one reason to turn on these attributes, but a full discussion would be more appropriate when we cover the architecture of the back-end objects.
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