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The first of the following illustrations displays the settings. To begin, you will need to highlight the ROW line. Once you have done this, review the settings presented in the Properties area on the pane to the right. You will see the Active option under the General tab in the Display as Hierarchy field. You will also see the setting to define the level as initially expanded. As you can see, we have made activate the hierarchy and have defined that the hierarchy open initially to the Sold-To Party level, which is the third level. Also, notice that the key figures have been positioned to make a hierarchy view of this information. Therefore, once you open your query, you will see the highest level of the key figures Sales Volume and have the ability to open up the rest to see the underlying key figures. Once you have defined this, save the query and execute the BEx Analyzer to see
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these three characteristics listed in the query and being executed as a presentation hierarchy could help in the display to the business user. First, setting these characteristics up as a presentation hierarchy will display all three objects in one column versus having the three setup to be presented in three columns. Hierarchies, no matter the number of nodes, will always display in one row versus whatever number of characteristics you would have in the normal characteristic display. Second, using a presentation hierarchy, you can see that nodes are created by the system and therefore you can close and open the hierarchy to the desired level versus having them show as three characteristics. In this case, you will see all three levels and not have control over the display. Third, a presentation hierarchy is driven by the transactional data versus the master data. This is probably the most important concept of the three. You will see the hierarchy structured based on the transactional data and what was posted, not based on a fixed structure that is defined in the Administration Workbench of BW. Also, notice that the key figures have been closed up to a higher level. This was defined in the BEx Query Designer during configuration. In the following illustration, you can see that we have opened up the key figures to show the lower level ones. This is the first option you have with hierarchies, but again this will not offer you a fixed view of the information. What it will offer you is the ability to use this type of hierarchy to track information over time as a sold-to party moves from division to division. This is good for other types of information such as tracking a person as they move from department to department over time. Your query might have as columns months of the year, and you are tracking personnel costs over time. You can see the movement of cost and employees between departments by the month. With a fixed hierarchy, this type of report would not be possible.
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In the next type of hierarchies, we have a bit more work to do versus the presentation hierarchies. These hierarchies are the display hierarchies. They come in a number of different formats and can be uploaded from another source system, such as an ECC/R3 system, and in many cases the initial hierarchies are uploaded from the specific module that uses them in the source system. Some of the standard hierarchies we have heard of are Cost Center hierarchies, Product hierarchies, Profit Center hierarchies, and so on. Each of these hierarchies definitely has a different look and feel. For example, the Cost Center hierarchies
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