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TABLE 9-5 Features in the Format Menu of the Report Designer
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Description You use this function to specify a border for each cell. Border settings include solid borders, dashed borders, dotted borders, no borders, border width, and border color. To apply your border settings to the selected cell (in the area to the left), you need to select the relevant side or sides of the cell to which the settings are to be applied. The border type is additive, which means settings are added to the existing border. If you choose No Borders, all borders are deleted. You use this function to specify the gap between the cell contents and the cell boundaries. The Following Functions Are Available Only in the Format Menu
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You use this function to align the columns for multiple report sections with one another. Alignment is based on the report section that you are currently working on in the design area. You use this function to set a design that deviates from the design for selected characteristic values, hierarchy nodes, and so on, that is set by the default row patterns.
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TABLE 9-5 Features in the Format Menu of the Report Designer (continued)
Tools
The Tools menu, shown here, offers access to the different BEx components needed to customize the Report Designer. Table 9-6 details the options and their functionality.
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Help
The final menu item, Help, is for SAP help and application help. This offers the developer access to additional information if there are questions around the functionality. With this being a completely new reporting tool within BW you will probably need some helpful tips if an error would occur. There will be times where the specific query may just not be configured correctly to be used in the Report Designer and the ability to check on some documentation at that point in time would be very helpful.
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Formatted Reporting SAP Report Designer
Menu Entry BEx Query Designer BEx Web Analyzer Settings
Description This function calls the BEx Query Designer, where you can create new Data Providers of the type query. This function calls the BEx Web Analyzer, where you can create new Data Providers of the type query. You use this function to make settings for the Report Designer. In this way, you can change the theme for displaying the report on the portal, for example. The available themes include Tradeshow, Chrome, Streamline, and High Contrast. Themes are the objects that took the place of the CSS cascading style sheets
TABLE 9-6
Features of the Tools Menu in the Report Designer
Initial Report Designer Functionality
Before we go into the details of each area of the Report Designer, its important to comment on the initial setup and format of the Report Designer. This will give you some additional information about the functionality, positioning, and objective of the Report Designer. Two areas of the Report Designer will be discussed here: the static and dynamic sections of a report and the use of row patterns in the Report Designer.
Static and Dynamic Sections in Reports
A report can include static and dynamic sections. The distinctive feature of static sections is that query fields can be positioned freely. You do not specify the type of section in the Report Designer. However, the section type is automatically set depending on the type of Data Provider you are using. In the case of a static section of a query (or a query view), the architecture of the query contains two structures one structure in the rows and one in the columns. A static section is unique because you can freely position all the fields within the section. This is possible because each field is unique in a static section, which in turn is possible because each cell of the result is uniquely defined, so the formatting and positioning of information is related directly to an individual cell. Therefore, the initial view in the Report Designer corresponds to the executed query (query view). Each row in the executed query has one row pattern. The following illustration shows an example of this structure. A static section can also be a report section without a data connection that is, without a Data Provider. Such sections include the page header and page footer, as well as the report section (for example, for inserting gaps in the report or your own text and comments), which you can integrate into your report using the Insert menu in the Report Designer.
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