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The final Non Data Target has been around for quite sometime and is supported in the 7.0 BI version. However, its use is not suggested due to the enhancements in the InfoSet and MultiProvider for combining all the different InfoProviders, the requirements of assigning the results to a role, and the fact that you are not using the standard query front end for the execution of the report, even though the name (InfoSet Query) seems to reflect the fact that you would be using this front end. A classic InfoSet provides a view of a dataset that you report on. The classic InfoSet determines which tables, or fields within a table, an InfoSet query references. The InfoSet query can be used to carry out tabular (flat) reporting on these InfoSets. As of Release BW 3.0, these InfoSets are called classic InfoSets. As you can see from Figure 2-26, the creation of an InfoSet Query can be accomplished by assigning it directly to a DataStore object. For technical reasons, all additional definitions of the classic InfoSet (additional tables, fields, text fields, limits, and coding for the various points in time) are not transferred into the new InfoSet. Comparable definition options are not available in the new InfoSets. In Figure 2-27, you can see the second step in the configuration of an InfoSet Query, where you choose the specific tables to be used. You cannot transform InfoSet Queries. The InfoSet Query is designed for reporting using flat data structures (that is, InfoObjects, DataStore objects, and DataStore object joins). The following functions are supported for the InfoSet Query: joins from several master data tables and DataStore objects, the report-to-report interface (RRI), and authorization checks. The authorization check in the InfoSet Query is simpler than the authorization check in the
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Creation of an InfoSet Query via a DataStore object
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BEx query. The report is displayed either in the SAP List Viewer or on the Web. I recommend you not use the InfoSet Query for reporting using InfoCubes. The InfoSet Query does not support the following functions: navigation, hierarchies, delivery of BI content, currency translation, variables, exception reporting, and interactive graphics on the Web.
Aggregation Levels
Aggregation levels are used as InfoProviders for planning: with an aggregation level, you model levels whose data can be changed manually using input-ready queries or automatically using planning functions. An aggregation level is set using a set of characteristics and key figures from the underlying InfoProvider. The key figures included in the aggregation level are aggregated using the characteristics that are not included in the aggregation level. In the simplest case, an aggregation level is located on a Real-Time-enabled InfoCube. In Figure 2-28, you can see the results of creating the aggregation level from the InfoCube. Aggregation levels can also be created on MultiProviders. You can create multiple aggregation levels for an InfoProvider using the Planning Modeler or the Planning Wizard for this process. In the Modeling functional area of the Data Warehousing Workbench, the system also displays the aggregation levels and the underlying InfoProviders in the InfoProvider overview. When you double-click the aggregation level, you can branch to the Planning Modeler and edit the selected aggregation level. Figure 2-29 shows the web-based view of the Planning Modeler and the creation of the aggregation level based on the Real-Time InfoCube. In the Planning Modeler or Planning Wizard, we have selected (and if necessary edited) an InfoProvider to act as the basis of the aggregation level. This InfoProvider includes at least one Real-Time-enabled InfoCube. A simple aggregation level consists of a Real-Time-enabled InfoCube. A complex aggregation level consists of a MultiProvider that includes at least one
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