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BEx Query Designer

Unit 6: Query Properties

7/17/2007
Query Properties: General

A key date, which can


be required by time-
dependent
characteristics,
attributes, and
hierarchies and their
nodes for the report
display, can be fixed or
defined with a variable
request at runtime.
You can change the
sequence of entry
variables.
In addition to the technical name of the
query definition and the InfoProvider
that it is based on, this tab page gives
information about the owner and the
person who last changed the query.

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Query Properties: Display

Display Options:

•Adjust Formatting
after Refreshing
Ensures that the format is
automatically adapted to the
updated query data when the
query is refreshed.

•Hide Repeated Key


Values
Only the first key or
description is displayed for
each characteristic and any
additional identical keys or
descriptions are suppressed.

•Display Scaling •Display document links


Factors for Key Displays document links for InfoProvider data,
Figures master data, and metadata.
Enables you to include any
scaling factors defined in the •Display Drag and Relate Links
row or column header (e.g., Enables you to execute transactions from an SAP R/3
*100 EUR). system or an external system from within the
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Query Properties: Display

Number Format:

•Results
Position
Defines the
position in which
the results area is
displayed:
Bottom/Right,
Top/Left,
Bottom/Left, or
Top/Right.

•Display of
+/- Signs
Determines how
negative values
are displayed:
-<number>,
<number>-, or
(<number>).
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•Display or
Query Properties: Display: Zero
Suppression
Example query result without active zero suppression:

Example query result with active zero suppression [active]:

Example query result with active zero suppression [active (all values = 0)]:

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Query Properties: Extended

•Documents •Release OLE DB


Displays an for OLAP
existing Used to evaluate
document or data from BW
creates or using third-party
imports a new tools.
document
(from Microsoft All characteristics
Word, and key figures in
Microsoft the query are
Excel, and so then transferred
on). since the release
of this interface
offers a
normalized
method for
accessing BW
data using a
relevant front-
end presentation
tool.
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Query Where-Used List

Use the Query Where-


Used List to determine
all workbooks which
include the query.

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Deleting Query Objects

Use the Delete button


to remove the query
definition from Query
Designer.

In order to delete a query object, there must be at least one


query, structure, restricted key figure, or calculated key
Note
figure. Slide 8