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I have saved our query definition. Notice that the characteristic restrictions have disappeared. This is due to the fact that we didn t restrict these characteristics before saving. You may have noticed a warning message in the Messages area stating that if we didn t restrict these objects, they would be ignored. Therefore, we need to restrict these objects before saving.
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The restriction process has different results depending on where you set up the restriction. Filters or restrictions in the Characteristic Restriction section are always applied to the query result, which cannot be modified by the user. These are often regarded as global or static filters. The filters or restrictions in the Default Values section are applied immediately once the query is executed. However, the user is able to navigate within these filters. The user cannot add additional filters to the default values; therefore, the filter establishes the maximum set of values allowed for the user to view. However, the user can reduce the number of values and apply an additional restriction to the filter and thus reduce the amount of information they can see.
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The restriction process is very similar for all the characteristics, so let s take a look at the characteristic Sales Organization (0SALESORG) from the Characteristic Restriction section of the Query Designer. You can access the dialog box for the restriction using the context menu of the characteristic (right-click and select Restrict) or by double-clicking the object. The first of the following illustrations shows the context menu with Restrict highlighted. Once you execute this option, you will see a dialog box with options for finding the restricted values. The second illustration shows the dialog box for the initial restriction process. Now we ll start to investigate the options in this dialog box. In the third illustration, you can see an expanded section the Show section. If you look at the information available, you can see that we have the ability to filter the restricted values by using History, Favorites, Single Values, Value Ranges, and Variables. The History, Favorites, Single Values, and Value Ranges selections are selfexplanatory. Depending on which one you choose, you will get a screen showing that specific option. For example, with Value Ranges, you get an option to identify the To value and From value and whether these values are between, equal, less equal, greater equal, less than, or greater than. Just beside this option are two additional components: Display of the Values with Key and/or Text, and the Settings button. The option to display the values as a combination of key and text is similar to others of the same nature, but the Settings button offers some additional information. The fourth of the following illustrations shows the initial view of the dialog box invoked via the Settings button. Table 4-7 lists the options and offers descriptions and functionality of these parameters.
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Additional search functions allow you to search by attributes of the characteristic and combinations of these attributes. If you choose Search in the Input dialog box, you will see three search rows available for the characteristic and its attributes. Compounded characteristics and the text of the characteristic are considered attributes in this context. As long as the characteristic has text, you can search in the text or in the key. If there is text, you can enter text for the search into the input field. With keys and attributes, you can restrict the search to the required values using input help. Choose Input, and help appears in a new dialog box and provides you with the selection of the associated single values. You can also type in a direct input to find the characteristic value this is located at the bottom of the dialog box.
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