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In addition to the user-defined hierarchies, uploaded hierarchies, and others, there are SBC hierarchies for many InfoObjects and also for all the time characteristics. These virtual hierarchies for time characteristics act differently and can be activated in the IMG. We will discuss these in 14. Some additional terminology concerning hierarchies can be found in Tables 6-6, 6-7, and 6-8.
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Description A node that is not assigned under any node and has no parent node (predecessor). A hierarchy can have more than one root node. A node without lower-level nodes (successors). Leaves are postable, but are not postable nodes. Leaves are always characteristic values for the hierarchy basic characteristic. Value specification: The value is moved from the InfoProvider. A quantity of leaves that are indicated by their lower and upper limits. A node having successors, meaning all nodes except for leaves.
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TABLE 6-6 Special Hierarchy Nodes
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We have worked through the back-end configuration for both the navigational attributes and the hierarchies, and you ve seen how they impact the architecture and structure of the basic BW objects. Now we move to the front end to see how we can help the business user make queries more flexible and reusable. We will work through the setup, configuration, and use of variables for the queries, discussing their functionality in detail. We will focus on the creation and use of the variables in the BEx Analyzer settings and we will follow this up with the web-based variable functionality in 15. You will see enough examples of the variable screens that you will feel comfortable once you access them in your systems. A variable is a parameter of a query that you define in the Query Designer that is filled with values when you execute the query or web application. Variables serve as placeholders for characteristic values, hierarchies, hierarchy nodes, texts, and formula elements, and they can be processed in different ways. This is one of the remaining configuration options you can t get to via the executed query (for example, you can create an exception either in the BEx Query Designer or after you have executed the query). We use variables to make a query reusable for example, creating one query with variables so that we can use it as a rolling 12-month report; therefore, regardless of the month we enter at execution, we will see a 12-month analysis. Suppose you have a query you would like to give to all your divisional managers. To do this you will create a query with a variable for the division and have the divisional managers either manually enter their division(s) or have the system confirm what divisions they can see and automatically default those values into the variable for the
Grouping Hierarchy level
Description A hierarchy level consists of all nodes with the same depth. Root nodes have depth (level) 1. The depth of a node corresponds the number of parent or grandparent nodes up to the root node + 1 (increased by one). A hierarchy can have a maximum of 98 levels. Each level can have a name. A subtree includes a node (root node of the subtree) with its lower-level or subnodes. Nodes that are on the border of a subtree are called border nodes.
Grouping of Hierarchy Nodes
Subtree
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Postability Postable nodes
Description A node that corresponds to a characteristic value for the hierarchy basic or root characteristic. (Please read this slowly: A node that corresponds to a characteristic value for a characteristic that references the hierarchy basic or root characteristic. This definition includes the basic or root hierarchy characteristic.) In contrast to a leaf, additional nodes or leaves are assigned under a postable (inner) node. Value specification: The value of a postable node is specified by the aggregation of the values of its lower-level nodes and of its value in the InfoProvider. Note: Hierarchies can act differently depending on where we are using them. For example, if we use this type of hierarchy in the BW-BPS (BW-Business Planning and Simulation) process, the ability to post to a characteristic value at any level can be changed or affected by parameters set in the Planning Layout setup (specific to BPS). This is just a heads-up that the use of hierarchies for any other component of BW rather than reporting must be reviewed and not taken for granted.
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