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Table 15-1 details the options in the dialog box and their functionality.
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NOTE A query view involves saving a specific view of a query and executing that view rather than
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executing the entire query. A query view is a version of a basic query. It can be used in the BEx Analyzer, BEx Web Analyzer, and the WAD. To clarify a bit more about the saved view a query view is updated dynamically with new data at the time of execution and the saved view refers to the structure of the display.
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Use and Functionality Type in the technical name or description of the query, query view, or InfoProvider (based on the parameter at the top of the dialog box). Use either the technical name or description to find the object. The historical list of queries, InfoProviders, or views that the user has worked with in the past. This relies on the same functionality as the BEx Analyzer namely the DataStore object that stores the historical activities of the business user. Any query or query view that is stored in the Favorites list during the Save process. Any role attached to the business user can be viewed from here. This allows access to all the queries, query views, and other objects assigned to the role. This option may not be available to all business users due to authorization restrictions. If it s available, the user has access to all the InfoProviders and in turn has access to all the queries and query views in the system or for specific areas allowed.
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List of queries, InfoProviders, or views Favorites list Roles assigned to the business user InfoArea list
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InfoArea
TABLE 15-1 Functionality in the New Analysis Dialog Box for the BEx Web Analyzer
As the illustration at right shows, in the InfoArea of the New Analysis dialog box, navigation is accomplished by double-clicking each of the specific areas. In this example, the drilldown is InfoArea | Financial Management & Controlling | Financial Accounting | General Ledger Accounting | General Ledger: Transactional Figures. From here you can choose the query required.
Open
This option allows you to open saved ad-hoc analyses from the Portal Favorites folder, the BEx Portfolio view, or the My BEx Portfolio view. This functionality is similar to the
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New Analysis option, but is not as robust. The following illustration shows a view of this function.
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Save As You can save the results of your ad-hoc analysis with an appropriate name in your Portal Favorites folder or in the BEx Portfolio. This operation saves the type of data display (table, graphic, or table and graphic) in addition to the navigational state of the data. To access the saved results of your ad-hoc analysis again, choose Open. To save the navigational and drilldown state of the data as a new query view, choose Save View in the context menu of the Web Application. You can use the query iView created in this way as a data provider for other BI applications. Within the BEx Web Analyzer, you have two options for saving the results of the ad-hoc analyses. The first option permits users to leverage the integration of BI with the NetWeaver Portal to save their results using the Save button in either the BEx Portfolio or the Favorites portion of the Knowledge Management Area. When this option is used, the complete layout of the ad-hoc analysis is saved. Results saved to the Portal can be accessed using the Open button from the Web Analyzer. Using the Save As button, users can store various versions of their analysis in the KM folders on the Portal. The second option allows the users to save their ad-hoc analysis results as a BEx query view via the context menu. These BEx query views can then be used as data providers for BEx Web Applications or BEx reports. The BEx query view contains the navigation status of the analysis, but does not
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contain information about the layout. This is saved in the BI Metadata Repository. The user can access query views saved on third-party BI data as well as SAP NetWeaver BI data. The following illustration shows these options.
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