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Navigation in the BEx Web Analyzer is a bit different from its counterpart front end, the BEx Analyzer. In the BEx Analyzer, adding a characteristic or other component to the format involves using the context menu or a dropdown and then inserting the characteristic by drilling down or across with the options offered in the menu or using the Drag and Drop option. With the BEx Web Analyzer, we have the same options. The Drag and Drop option is a user-friendly option that allows you to navigate using your cursor and position the characteristic where you want it. In the BEx Analyzer depending on the option for navigation that you choose, you may have had to take several navigational steps before you could get the characteristic in exactly the correct position. With the ability to drag and drop, you can format the report with one movement and more intuitively. The following illustration shows the movement of Distribution Channel from within the rows of the query to a position outside of the query in the free characteristics.
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Again, this is done with a drag-and-drop operation and not via a context menu, although both methods are available for use. Specifically, with drag and drop, the user can perform the following actions: Drag items from one section of the navigation block to another, such as from rows to columns, or from rows or columns to free characteristics. Drag items from the navigational block directly to the rows or columns of the analysis results. Drag characteristics to the filter area to immediately perform the corresponding filtering of the results. Drag items out of the analysis grid to remove them from the analysis. This is a similarity between the two front ends. We will find differences between the two front ends and they will become more apparent as we go through the list of navigation functions of the BEx Web Analyzer.
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The best approach to reviewing these options is to move from left to right on the Web Analyzer toolbar. The following illustration shows the initial view of a web-based query. Each option on the toolbar will open up a dialog box with its own specific components. In this list of options, the least conspicuous one is the most useful that being the Settings link at the far right side of the list.
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All the other options across the top are reasonably easy to understand in terms of what they will do, but the Settings link s function is not that obvious. In any case, using the
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pushbuttons available in the BEx Web Analyzer, you can quickly navigate to important functions that perform convenient ad-hoc analysis of your business data. You can also use the navigation pane and context menu to access a variety of analysis functions.
New Analysis You use this pushbutton to create a new ad-hoc analysis by first selecting a data provider to form the basis of your analysis. You can select data providers from a BI system or from a non-SAP data source. You make this selection in the System dropdown box from the resulting dialog box. Data providers of this type can be queries, query views, or InfoProviders, which you can select from the History, Favorites, Roles, or InfoArea view. In one of these views, select the required data provider and choose OK. The data is displayed in the way you selected in the Display As dropdown box. Non-SAP data providers are query views or InfoProviders, which you can select from the InfoArea view. In this view, select the required data provider and choose OK. The data is displayed in the way you selected in the Display As dropdown box. The following illustration shows these options in the dialog box accessed by clicking the New Analysis button.
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