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Hierarchies are useful for managing the positioning of the characteristic values and thus the display of the key figure values. Hierarchies are a set display of characteristic values in the manner in which the business user is required to view them. You can increase the clarity of your reports by arranging characteristics and key figures in a hierarchical format. Therefore, you can develop a hierarchy to satisfy an alternative view of the data that is of interest to the business user. Display hierarchies are created in Administration Workbench and are assigned/attached to an InfoObject. A number of steps are involved in creating a hierarchy and identifying what type of hierarchy you are interested in using. You can have a hierarchy against characteristics, key figures, or both, in one query. You can also have multiple hierarchies used in either the rows or columns, and you can combine hierarchies with individual characteristics in a query. The hierarchies for key figures are a bit more flexible and are created in the BEx Query Designer. The hierarchies for characteristics can be created in the BEx Query Designer or against the InfoObject itself in the Administration Workbench of BI. We will discuss both options, and I offer suggestions for their uses. To assign terminology to these hierarchies, we have a display hierarchy (created against the InfoObject in the Administration Workbench) and a presentation hierarchy (created in the BEx Query Designer).
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SAP NetWeaver Business Intelligence offers different options for modeling hierarchical structures. We will be focusing on the characteristic hierarchy. Table 6-1 gives you an overview. The appropriate type of modeling depends on each individual case. The modeling types differ, for example, with regard to the following factors: how data is stored in the source system, performance, authorization checks, the use of aggregates, and whether parameters can be set for the query. In addition, you can organize the elements of a structure hierarchically in the query definition. Display hierarchies for characteristics are not required for these functions. You can display one or both axes (rows and columns) as a hierarchy.
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Our initial discussion will cover creating hierarchies within the BEx Query Designer. This means we will not be using a hierarchy defined within the characteristic itself but rather one defined directly during the configuration of the query. We start with a basic query design, as shown in the following illustration. We have set up a query with three characteristics in the rows: 0DIVISION, 0SOLD_TO, and 0SOLD_TO__0REGION. You now know that the last characteristic, 0SOLD_TO__0REGION, is really a navigational attribute. It looks like a characteristic, works like a characteristic, but is not a part of the InfoCube structure but rather a part of the InfoObject structure. We have turned on the functionality for it being
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Description Characteristic values in a tree structure. Characteristic hierarchies are stored in their own data tables. Like master data, they can be used in all InfoProviders. Example: A hierarchy of cost centers assembled in cost center groups. In a time dimension, the definitions of InfoObjects 0CALDAY, 0CALMONTH, and 0CALYEAR form a hierarchy. Example: 04.09.2003 | 04.2003 | 2003 The definitions of InfoObjects 0MATERIAL, 0MATL_GROUP, 0MATL_TYPE, and 0IND_SECTOR form a hierarchy. To use attributes in the query as hierarchy levels, you have to define them as navigation attributes.
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In the dimensions of an InfoCube Determining Hierarchical Structures in an InfoCube Modeling In the attributes of a characteristic Specification of Hierarchical Structures in an InfoCube Maintenance TABLE 6-1 Hierarchy Types in BI
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Enhancing the Use of the Characteristics in the BEx Query Designer
a navigational attribute. That being said, we can now define this as a presentation hierarchy by changing the setting in the properties of the Query Designer.
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