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Dimension Display Folders

Overview

Within the Jet Data Manager, the individual attributes on a dimension can be organized in folders. This is very helpful when the dimension contains many levels (attributes). On the dimension node, a default folder can be entered. The default folder will be used for all attributes that does not have another folder assigned.

Process

Here is an example of a dimension without display folders as shown in Excel 2010:

  1. To add a level to a display folder simply enter the name of the folder in the Edit Dimension Level dialogue:

  2. This will then pull up the Edit Dimension Level screen:

  3. In the dropdown a list of already used Display Folders is displayed:

  4. The result as seen in Excel 2010:

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Dimension Display Folders

Overview

Within the Jet Data Manager, the individual attributes on a dimension can be organized in folders. This is very helpful when the dimension contains many levels (attributes). On the dimension node, a default folder can be entered. The default folder will be used for all attributes that does not have another folder assigned.

Process

Here is an example of a dimension without display folders as shown in Excel 2010:

  1. To add a level to a display folder simply enter the name of the folder in the Edit Dimension Level dialogue:

  2. This will then pull up the Edit Dimension Level screen:

  3. In the dropdown a list of already used Display Folders is displayed:

  4. The result as seen in Excel 2010:

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