Other JDBC RDBMS
OLAP data sources support the navigation methods described in this chapter. Other Hyperion
data sources and relational data sources support fewer navigation methods.
Hyperion System 9 uses various navigation methods:
Table 97 7 Navigation Methods
Relocates dimensions on data-layout axes
Position dimensions on or between axes, using
the Data Layout dialog box, Information panel,
or new document wizard
Maintains dimensions on their row and column
axes, while changing their intersections on the
Click or scroll the Page Control panel. See
“Paging” on page 330.
Retains one member of the selected
dimension, while deselecting all other
Right-click a member and select Keep Only. See
“Keep Only” on page 331
Deselects the selected member, removing it
from the query result set
Right-click a member, and select Remove Only.
See “Remove Only” on page 331 .
Increases or decreases dimension detail by
displaying or not displaying members in the
Double-click members. You can customize
drilling behavior. See “Drilling” on page 331 .
Navigates to other documents or executables
Click a linked cell and pass the cell and the
dimension context to another data object or
Define Web Analysis navigation
Use a custom document component to change
the query. While Web Analysis users can use
custom document components, you can only
create these components in the Web Analysis
Navigation method specifics:
Drilling—Navigates to related members
Linking (called drill-linking)—Passes selected members to other documents
Linked reporting objects (LROs)—Open executables to display cell-notes, Windows
executables, or Web page URLs.
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