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TABLE 6-3 Settings in the Dialog Box for Duplicate Nodes
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we will see this pop-up shown next. These indicators will have an effect on the display of the hierarchies.
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Table 6-4 details the parameters in this dialog box and their functionality. The initial two options are a bit tricky, but the remaining options are straightforward. In the first two options, the concept is that you have a hierarchy that has postable nodes that are nested so that one postable node is positioned as a lower-level node, so the display is not as clear as might be required for example, if you had a hierarchy that had one cost center nested under another cost center. The hierarchy processing the lower-level values roll up to the
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Setting Do Not Display Leaves for Inner-Nodes in the Query Display Behavior for Leaves of Internal Nodes Not Changeable
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Description and Functionality This display option for an inner, postable node is to not display the inner nested node but rather to hide it and roll up the results to the upper node. You can determine whether the user is able to change the display for the runtime of the query. If you leave this blank, you cannot change the display in the query. If you check this box, you can change the display in the query. Here you can determine whether to suppress the node under which all postable characteristic values that do not appear in the hierarchy display are positioned. You can determine whether the root and the total items are displayed at the end or the start of the query and whether the leaves appear above or below. You can determine whether the root and the total items are displayed at the end or the start of the query and whether the leaves appear above or below. This is the setting for the initial default level to which the hierarchy is drilled down when you call your query.
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TABLE 6-4 Settings for Hierarchy Settings
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upper-level node, but if the upper-level node is also a postable value, you will not see the actual value of the upper node but rather the rollup of the lower nodes and the value of the upper node, together as one. The final parameter to be discussed Maintain Level is for display purposes only. This option allows you to change the display of the level text in the query. The following illustration shows the screen you will see after you access this option. You can update the text and save.
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We have now completed the build of one hierarchy. This hierarchy has two Text nodes and one characteristic included and therefore is classified as a Text hierarchy. We will go through the process of creating another hierarchy with two characteristics. The process is no different from the previous one, except that we will use the Characteristic Node button to get to the other characteristic we assigned to the root characteristic (that is, 0REGION). The following illustration shows the process of setting up the hierarchy. We access the Hierarchy Create screen as we did previously. We create the Text root node, but then use the Characteristic Nodes option to get to 0REGION and add it to the list. As you can see, the coloring of the node is different.
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The first of the following illustrations identifies the customer value 1000 as a linked node. In this particular case, customer 1000 was in one region for a portion of the time and
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in another for the rest. Therefore, we use the option for setting From and To dates to eliminate the linked issue, as shown in the second illustration.
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Notice that the dates for the customer 1000 are broken up between 01.01.1000 and 31.12.2001 in the group Lower Saxony and between 01.01.2002 and 31.12.9999 in the group Bavaria. This will eliminate any collisions between the groups. As a final configuration view of these two hierarchies, the next illustration shows the view of these two hierarchies attached to the InfoObject 0Customer.
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