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Header in Integrated Planning

Hello Experts,

I am using BI-Integrated Planning. My output layouts will be in web so I am using Web Application Designer.

My question is can we create headers by using WAD? If yes can you please tell me how?

Thanks!

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 04:23 PM

    Hi Oruvan,

    If you use the web item 'filter pane' an put it above your query in the web application designer, you will see the values users entered in the selection screen above the query.

    You can customize the filter pane via the properties of the web item to suppress unwanted variables to be displayed. In this way, you can display only the selected hierarchy node.

    Please assign points if this solved your problem.

    Best Regards,

    Filip

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 07:55 AM

    Hi Oruvan,

    What exactly do you mean with headers ?

    Texts appearing before the result of your query?

    Select options appearing?

    The headers of your columns?

    And what do you want to do exactly?

    Please assing points if this solved your problem.

    Best Regards,

    Filip

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      Hi Filip,

      I meant "Texts appearing before the result of the query". I have this Funds Center characteristic which contains an hierarchy. The users will be selecting against for which hierarchial values they will be seeing the query through the variable selection screen. Once this selection is done the query has to have the selection on the header. Now I have it as one of the columns in the query.

      Thanks!

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