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cell editor

Former Member
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Hi,

What is the cell editor?when do u use it?

why we need two structures to use cell editor?

can u give me a business scenario when exactly we use cell editor?

Thanks in advance

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Former Member
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Hi,

you define queries for a combination of characteristics. Let's tell that you have query with design like this

Rows:

EmpID

Columns:

Emp Salary

Emp Allowance.

So tha data in the report is displayed like this

Emp ID---Sal--


Allowance

10001---10000-----2000

Now the data is displayed for all teh employee ID's.

Well in the above case you have only one structure.

So, the definition for a particular cell in not possibel. Which means the data for a particular empId cannot be defined for a particular cell. Where as if you use a structure you can always ensure in which cell teh adta for a particular EmpID is dispalyed. For this reason we need two structures.

Extending the above scenario, supposing we have two structures.

Rows(Structure)

EmpID 1

EmpID 2 and sso on

Columns

Salary

Allowance.

But for EmpId 2 We need to add special allowance in addition to regular allowance which is keyfigure in the cube. This should not be shown for others. But only for EmpId 2. The in the cell editor for that particular cell you can define a new formula which adds up the allowance and also the special allowance.

The utput may be something like this before cell definition:

Emp ID---Sal----Allowance

1--


10000---2000

2--


11000---2000

The above allowance for Emp Id 2 does not have special allowance added but only regular allowance.

After cell definition

Emp ID---Sal----Allowance

1--


10000----2000

2--


11000----<b>4000</b>

Here, the definition is given only for that particular cell which gets allowance for EMPID 2 only.

Hope the above exmaple helps you.....

Former Member
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Hi pooja,

First search the forum..you will find many entries..

close this thread.

regards,

San!