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context menu of this placeholder, you choose Edit to access the dialog box for the actual setup of the RKF.
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Once you click the Edit option, the Change Restricted Key Figure dialog box appears, as shown here. You will see a list of tabs across the top, which we will cover later in the chapter. For now we ll concentrate on the list of objects on the left side of the dialog box.
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In the General tab you will see a series of fields. Table 5-2 offers a detailed description of the functionality of each of these fields.
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In this example, we have dragged the key figure Sales Volume (EUR) to the selection side of the dialog box. We have also moved a time characteristic to the selection section 0CALMONTH, calendar year/month. Next, we will be accessing the context menu for the calendar year/month and looking to restrict this in a manner similar to what we did before, as shown in the first of the following illustrations. Finally, we will restrict this key figure to the information for Sales Volume before January of 2003. Thus, this RKF will be supplying the query all of the years of data in the InfoCube before January 2003 (not including January 2003). The second illustration shows the selection dialog box for this
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Field Description
Description and Functionality The default description, which will be changed to reflect what the RKF will represent. This is initially New Restricted Key Figure. What you manually type into this field shows up as the column heading. Notice that you can use variables (via icon to the left of the field). We will cover variables in 6. Directly below is an option to use standard text this would be the default text from the key figure. This is the technical name/number that will identify the RKF. The system automatically generates this for you, but depending on the company s technical naming conventions, this should be changed. The generation convention is (RKF/CKF)_<date><time> (for example, RKF_20050818122045). As long as the generated technical name has not been saved, you can change it. This list includes all the objects within the InfoProvider that are available for you to use in the process of creating an RKF. In this list will be all the characteristics, navigational attributes, key figures, other RKFs, CKFs, and possibly other objects created by the Cell Editor functionality (virtual key figures). You can use any combination of these objects to create your RKFs. This is the area where you drag and drop the objects you select to be included in your RKFs.
Technical Name
Detail View InfoProvider Information
Detail View Details of the Selection
TABLE 5-2 Sections of the Change Restricted Key Figure Dialog Box
activity (we discussed these parameters in the previous chapter), and the third illustration shows the final result of the RKF.
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You can use other items within the RKF tabs to enhance the final result, and we will work with those items later in the chapter. We have now created an RKF. Once this has been done, you will either leave the system-generated technical name or delete the system number and fill in your own. Click OK at the bottom of the screen and your RKF will default to the area where you started the creation process. In this case, it will be placed in the InfoProvider section and be included in a list below the node Restricted Key Figures (or you create the node Restricted Key Figures and the slot itself in under the node). If we need to edit an existing RKF, its not much different from the process just demonstrated. Remember that when you change a restricted key figure, these changes are effective in all queries that use it. To check on where the RKF is being used, choose WhereUsed List from the context menu of the restricted key figure. During this process, I find it very useful to turn on the technical names of the key figures and characteristics because the text for many of the key figures is similar. Therefore, I rely on the technical names to be sure that I am choosing the correct key figures, especially if I am using a MultiProvider for the final presentation layer. If you have a number of InfoCubes supplying data to one MultiProvider, the number of key figures can get larger, and therefore the need to know exactly what key figures to use becomes more important. Make the required changes to the definition and, if required, to the properties on the associated tab page. Click OK. You have now defined a restricted key figure for reuse. You can use this restricted key figure in all queries based on the InfoProvider by moving the key figure into the rows or columns of the query using drag and drop. The restricted key figure is not an actual element in this query, but rather a placeholder referenced to the restricted key figure in the InfoProvider.
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