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A node that does not refer to a hierarchy basic characteristic and is not a postable node. Value specification: The value of a node that is not postable is specified by the aggregation of the values of its children nodes.
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Text node is a new artificial term. Text nodes are special characteristic nodes for the artificial characteristic 0HIER_NODE. A node that is identified by any specification of any InfoObject is an external characteristic node. In order to use a characteristic in the hierarchy as an external characteristic node, you have to explicitly select it in the InfoObject Maintenance for the hierarchy basic characteristic. The system automatically creates a root node, REST_H, under which all characteristic values reside. These characteristic values exist in the master data, but are not explicitly arranged in the hierarchy. The node Not Assigned guarantees that no data is lost when a presentation hierarchy is activated. In the query, this node is always collapsed first and also does not react to Expand to Level. However, it can be explicitly opened.
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TABLE 6-8 Postability of Nodes
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managers (via authorization settings). There are many uses for variables, and I can t remember one query that I ve either seen or created that didn t have a variable or two included. It just makes sense to cut down on your maintenance and have something available and useable for long periods of time. You will see a number of different uses for variables in this chapter, but this is not anywhere near the total uses of variables in queries.
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The variables defined in the Query Designer are available for all InfoProviders that have the specific InfoObject included. Therefore, the variables are linked to the InfoObject characteristic and not the InfoProvider.
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The different types of variables depend on the object for which you want to define them. These types specify where you can use the variables. Variables enable you to customize queries flexibly (that is, parameterize the queries). If you use variables in the Query Designer, do not select any fixed characteristic values, hierarchies, hierarchy nodes, texts, or formula elements in the configuration. Instead, set up variables as placeholders. These are then filled with values during query runtime (when you insert the query into a workbook, when you refresh the workbook, or when you execute the query on the Web). You can also use one query definition as the foundation for many different queries if you use variables. Here are the five types of variables: Characteristic values Hierarchies Hierarchy nodes Texts Formula elements Figure 6-2 shows a list of the different variable types and the matrix of the intersection between the variable types and the process types. The variable types are the different objects we can create a variable for, whereas the process types determine how the variable is filled at the time of execution. The important idea to remember when you are creating variables is that you create the variable where you use that particular type of variable. Therefore, if you create a characteristic variable, you will be working in the characteristic screens. Text variables will be created
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FIGURE 6-2
Processing types for the different types of variables
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wherever you use text column headings, query headings, and so on and the same with the other variables. The hierarchy variables are the tricky ones. For hierarchy node variables, you have to be in the hierarchy node screens, and for the hierarchy variables you have to be in the screens used for accessing the entire hierarchy. You will find out quickly enough if you have set these types up correctly for example, if you can t get to a hierarchy node and you thought you created one for that node, you will realize you actually created one for the overall hierarchy instead. To explain this in another way, if you have to set up a hierarchy node variable, then you need to have a hierarchy to get the node from. Thus, the two are connected in this manner. The Variables Editor is available in the Query Designer for designing and changing variables. The Variable Editor is the toolset used for creating variables. You make the settings on tabbed pages. These are context sensitive and are adjusted according to the combination of variable and processing types used. This means that the Variables Editor only offers the selection options permitted for a particular combination of variable and processing types. This is nice because you are guided through the steps based on the variable type you have chosen to create. Numerous components use variables in BI, such as Integrated Planning, Web Application Designer, and others, but in some of these areas variables take on a different flavor. We will discuss variables and their specific functionality in each of the different areas.
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