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Rule 8 In a cross-classified table (meaning characteristics are not only in the rows, but also in the columns), conditions are only applied to the axes. The axes span across the border of the matrix and all cells are displayed for which both the rows and the columns correspond to the active conditions. Rule 9 If there are several characteristics in the drilldown and if a results row on this multilevel drilldown list does not fulfill the conditions and is then filtered out, then all the associated detailed rows and detailed (interim) results rows disappear. Rule 10 If a threshold value condition is applied to a characteristic with an active presentation hierarchy, a node that actually does not fulfill the condition and would normally be filtered out is shown anyway if at least one of the subordinate nodes fulfills the condition.
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In this chapter, we covered a ton of material and developed a number of methods and functionalities to help with your development of queries and reports. Including the navigational attributes, variables all different types, exceptions, and conditions. I have included as many screen shots as necessary to give you a reasonable display of the screens so that you can use this information as a reference in the configuration and development of your reporting strategy. Depending on your authorizations and responsibilities, you may have to get additional support to develop the necessary navigational attributes and hierarchies you need. Getting your power users and SMEs involved with the overall architecture of the BW system and in discussions of these two components would be a good thing. Get into the system and work through some of these options to get a better feel for the functionality. You should be very comfortable and excited about the process and outcome.
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n this chapter, we will look at two different components that enhance the capabilities of your BW queries: attaching documents to the query, and drilling through from one query to another. The correct terms for these components are Document Integration and Report-to-Report Interface (RRI). First, we will discuss RRI functionality in detail how useful is it, what options we have, and the setup of this component. Up to this point in time, we have discussed the use of the drilldown functionality within the query itself. Depending on the current strategy of reporting, the business user may have or require additional functionality. The use of RRI can help resolve this issue. Setting up the query with free characteristics and other options to help the business user with the granularity of the data needed for decision making might not be enough, and due to the performance of the queries against the InfoProvider, you probably don t want additional data to be stored in the InfoProvider. Therefore, you can use the RRI component to help in this situation. The second topic of discussion is the concept of Document Integration and the Knowledge Management (KM) system. In many situations, we need to attach a comment or document to the query for justification, analysis, or even just as a reminder for other users of the query. Document Integration allows us to do just that at different levels in the query. We will work through the options and also discuss how the KM system can help in this area.
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Up to this point, we have worked through the options of using the context menu (BEx Analyzer) and the drag-and-drop functionality (BEx Web Analyzer) to navigate through queries and workbooks. This is known as the ability to drill down in the query. The ability to perform RRI is known as drilling through into another query or another system for information. This enables us to use additional information from another InfoProvider or even another system to get what we need for business decisions. Figure 7-1 is an overview
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