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FIGURE 7-1 Overview of the Report-to-Report Process
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If we think about the amount of data that could be used for reporting purposes, we might very well be talking terabytes of data. In terms of performance for the queries, this will definitely slow down execution (unless you have implemented BIA to help with query performance).
NOTE Report-to-Report Interface (RRI) has a number of names, such as query jump targets, drillthrough functionality, and the RRI naming convention. All address the same functionality in BI. Therefore, using the RRI functionality gives you the option to avoid these issues. Rather than storing all your data in one InfoProvider and trying to execute on all this data, you can separate the data and store it in a number of InfoProviders and the perform RRIs from one InfoProvider to another for detailed information. You also have the option to perform an RRI from one system to another, which would let you jump, for example, from a BW system to an ECC system for details. Therefore, depending on the reporting strategy, you can upload the data that, let s say, 90 percent of your business users need and leave 10 percent back in ECC and just execute the RRI functionality to get to those queries. Another aspect of this functionality is the ability to layer your data. Having the summary data available in one InfoProvider and more detailed data in another InfoProvider can help with the performance, authorizations, and flexibility of the queries. The setup of RRI is straightforward and therefore can be completed very quickly, but you should take additional time to formulate the process of the drill-through of the data by discussing with the business users how they execute their queries and how they look at the data. This will help you organize your RRI architecture. In the setup of RRI, you will normally drill through from a higher level of data to a more granular level of data for example, from the summary of a plant, to the production order level of that plant, or from the analysis of sales data at the regional level to the analysis at the customer level. In these cases, using a link characteristic can be very useful for this analysis. This link characteristic allows you to jump from one query to another and filter the information coming from the next query by that value. Therefore, if you are jumping from a high-level report for Sales by Region and you have set up your detailed query to have the characteristic Region included, you can click directly on the specific region in your query and use that as a filter for the next query. You will see this in the examples in this chapter. This link is not necessary for the RRI functionality to be used, but it is a best business practice to have this option available and give the more detailed query some based on the characteristic that is the link help during the initial execution. This will make more sense to your business users because they will be looking for the detailed analysis by region and to jump to the next level query without the filtering process of a characteristic value, then have to drill down on that query to get to the specific view of the data would be time-consuming and inconsistent with the reporting strategy. Therefore, whatever characteristic you are expecting to drill through, you should have it in all the queries. RRI is not limited to just one query jump; you can drill through as many levels as makes sense. However, realize that drilling through multiple levels will make the rollup or reversing of your process more difficult. Therefore, you might want the query to jump one or two levels and use the functionality to reverse that drill-through to allow yourself to get back to the original query. With one or two jumps, the setup and execution are standard, but if you drill through five, six, or more layers, the ability to reverse all these levels and get back to the original query view may be more difficult. Technically speaking, the RRI makes the parameterized call of programs from another program. This enables you to link to other queries, other queries from different application
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