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    1. Restricting Data Module 4 Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 1
    2. Understanding Conditions You can restrict a query to return specific data for an object rather than all values Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 2
    3. Understanding Conditions (cont) A Condition has 3 elements: • Object • Operator • Operand Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 3
    4. Understanding Conditions (cont) • Object: field or column of data • Operator: specification of the relationship between the object and the operand • Operand: object value to be searched for Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 4
    5. Types of Conditions BOA has 4 types of conditions: – Single- and multi-value conditions – Prompted conditions – Multiple conditions – Predefined conditions Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 5
    6. Applying Single-Value Conditions With a single-value condition, you limit data returned from a single result object. Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 6
    7. Applying Single-Value Conditions (cont.) Equal to Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 7
    8. Applying Single-Value Conditions (cont.) Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 8
    9. Applying Single-Value Conditions (cont.) Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 9
    10. Applying Multi-Value Conditions When using several values the procedure is similar to singlevalue except you use a different operator. Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 10
    11. Applying Multi-Value Conditions (cont.) Show list of values In List Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 11
    12. Applying Multi-Value Conditions (cont.) Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 12
    13. Applying Prompted Conditions With a Prompted query condition, BOA asks you to choose which data to retrieve before running the query. Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 13
    14. Applying Prompted Conditions (cont.) Type: “Select Command” here. Then press Enter or click outside this box. OK Joint Activities Type the command: or select from the Values “Joint Activities” Then press Enter or click OK. Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 14
    15. Applying Prompted Conditions (cont) Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 15
    16. Applying Prompted Conditions (cont) • You can keep track of the data you have retrieved by displaying or printing the contents of your prompt along with the report. • This is especially useful in reports that have no column to display the contents of the prompt. Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 16
    17. Using Condition Objects Draw a box with the mouse. Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 17
    18. Wildcards in Conditions Use the following wildcards to search for partial values, a single character, or any number of characters: _ = a single character % = any number of characters (including none) Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 18
    19. Wildcards in Conditions Matches Pattern Type the pattern: M% Then press Enter or click outside the box. Run the query. Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 19
    20. Using Relational Operators in Conditions • Relational operators determine the type of comparison to be made between two values in conditional expressions or between a value and a set of values. • Relational operators are usually expressed as symbols. In BOA they are represented thus: = > Equal to Greater than <> >= Not equal to Greater than or equal to < Less than <= Less than or equal to Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 20
    21. Relational operators are primarily used with numeric data and often with dates. Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 21
    22. Using Relational Operators Right-click and choose Delete to remove the existing condition. Type the number: 3000 Then press Enter or click outside the box. Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 22
    23. Using Relational Operators (cont) Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 23
    24. Logical Operators for Multiple Conditions To apply more than one condition to focus on certain data, use the AND or OR operator. – AND means that both conditions must be met. – OR means that either one of the conditions must be met. Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 24
    25. Logical Operators (cont) Apply simple conditions to the Ccpo ID Description and Curr Pay Plan, by right-clicking on these objects. Run the query Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 25
    26. Logical Operators (cont) Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 26
    27. Logical Operators (cont) • When specifying 3 or more conditions in a query, the structure of the logical operators assumes a processing priority. • You must organize your conditions in the appropriate priority for the result you need. Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 27
    28. Logical Operators (cont) • Display a table showing the number of positions in all the Commands in CPAC Japan where there are “Wage” employees, as well as the number of positions and their commands, where there are ANY Wage Grade Non-Supervisory employees. • Tip: This requires you to use the OR operator. Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 28
    29. Logical Operators (cont) Right click the “And” between the top two conditions and select “Shift Right” to group those two conditions together. Double-click the last “And” operator to Run change it to an “Or” operator. the query Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 29
    30. Logical Operators (cont) Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 30
    31. Using Condition Objects • Predefined conditions use condition objects. • You can apply one or more predefined conditions when you build a query. Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 31
    32. Using Condition Objects Try it . . . (cont) Create a table that will show Command descriptions and a count of positions that are filled for each command, using a predefined condition from the Civilian Position Class. Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 32
    33. Using Condition Objects (cont) Double-click the desired predefined condition to apply it to the query. Run the query Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 33
    34. Using Condition Objects (cont) Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 34
    35. EXERCISE TIME Modified, with permission, from Business Objects SA copyrighted materials - Introduction to Reporting 35

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