Oracle® Enterprise Performance Management System

Oracle® Hyperion Enterprise Performance Management Architect

Accessibility Guide

Release 11.1.2.2


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Table of Contents:

Keyboard Equivalents

Transform Classic to EPM Architect Wizard

Manage Planning Data Sources

Configure Interface Data Source

Job Console

Data Synchronization

Keyboard Equivalents

The following tables describe keyboard equivalents available in Oracle Hyperion EPM Architect. The keyboard equivalents are organized by Performance Management Architect module.

Note:

There are cases where you can access a File Input dialog box in the Performance Management Architect module. Shortcut keys are not marked for buttons like Upload, Cancel, Help, and Browse in the File Input dialog box. These are HTML input buttons and therefore do not have a Performance Management Architect shortcut key associated. However JAWS will read the access key to be pressed.

Note:

If you are using JAWS® Screen Reading Software, we recommend using the Internet Explorer browser.

Navigating through the User Interface

The following table describes keyboard equivalents to navigating the user interface.

Table 1. General Navigation Keys

KeyAction
General 
Right Arrow and Left ArrowExpands a dimension or member in the Dimension Library
Down Arrow and Up ArrowSelects dimensions and members in the Dimension Library
TabSelects items on the screen (to the right)
Shift+TabSelects previous items on the screen (to the left)
Shift+F10Displays the context menu for the selected item.

Note:

Shift+F10 does not display the context menu for Performance Management Architect tabs (such as Application Library) in the Oracle Hyperion Enterprise Performance Management Workspace window. However, you can use the context menu key on your keyboard to display the context menu for a tab.

Date Selection 
Up Arrow and Down ArrowTraverses through the dates.
EnterSelects a date.
TabTraverses forward through the dates. Shift+Tab is not supported when selecting dates.

Table 2. General Tree and List Navigation Keys

KeyAction
Right Arrow and Left ArrowIf the focus is on the tree or list, press the Left or Right arrow to select the first row and ensure that JAWS is reading the selection correctly.

For any item with a plus sign [+] or minus sign [-], right arrow expands the selection and left arrow collapses the selection.

Up Arrow and Down ArrowSelects the next or previous item in the tree or list.
F2For any component in the list or tree that has the ability to be edited, press F2 to edit.

Note:

If JAWS software is running, non-contiguous selection does not work as expected. If you want to select non-contiguous members JAWS has to be turned off.

Dimension Library

The following sections describe the keyboard shortcuts available in the Dimension Library.

Table 3. Dimension Library Keyboard Shortcuts

KeyAction
Ctrl+Shift+NCreate a new dimension
Ctrl+Shift+ZLaunch the application wizard to create a new application
Ctrl+Shift+FCreate a new folder
Ctrl+Shift+ESearch for dimensions
Ctrl+Alt+IClear filter criteria
Ctrl+Shift+SClear sort criteria
Ctrl+Alt+VIf the Shared Library pane is closed, this shows Shared Library
Ctrl+Alt+EIf the application pane is closed, this shows the application pane
Ctrl+Alt+PIf the Property Grid is closed, this shows the Property Grid
Ctrl+Alt+LIf the member list is closed or not displayed, this shows the member list
Ctrl+Alt+RRefresh
Ctrl+Alt+TDownload transaction logs.
Ctrl+Alt+OSort dimensions
Ctrl+Alt+FFilter dimensions
Ctrl+Shift+MManage taskflows
Ctrl+Shift+TView taskflow status
Ctrl+UMigrate users

You may experience the following issues in the Dimension Library:

  • When you insert a shared member, and then select a member in the Selection pane, after clicking OK, the focus does not go back to the selected dimension or member.

  • In the Select Top Member dialog box, when navigating to the Search tab, and then to the Advanced Search icon, the default search result displays all the members and the focus is lost.

Dimension Library Panes

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Dimension Library panes.

Table 4. Dimension Library – Panes Accessibility Keys

KeyAction
Ctrl+1Selects the Shared Library pane.
Ctrl+2Selects the Application pane.
Ctrl+3Selects the Property Grid or Member Find pane.
Ctrl+F7Restores focus.
Shift+Left arrowMoves the vertical split pane to the left for the Shared Library pane, Application pane, or Property Grid.
Shift+Right arrowMoves the vertical split pane to the right for the Shared Library pane, Application pane, or Property Grid.
Shift+F10 Displays the context menu of selected item in the Shared Library, Application pane, Property Grid, or Find Member pane.

Note:

Shift+F10 does not display the context menu for any Oracle Hyperion EPM Architect tabs, such as the Dimension Library tab.

Shared Library Tree

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Shared Library dimension tree.

Table 5. Shared Library – Dimension Tree Accessibility Keys

KeyAction

Up arrow

Selects the next node above the current.

Down arrow

Selects the next node below the current.
Right arrow

Expands a node that displays the plus [+] sign.

Note:

Properties of a dimension display when you select a dimension in the Shared Library or application and press the right arrow key.

Left arrowCollapses a node that displays the minus [-] sign.

Note:

When the focus is on the dimension tree, you can press the Left or Right Arrow to select the first row to be read by JAWS.

Note:

The keystrokes listed in the above table are the same if you are working in the Application tree.

Grid Editor

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Grid Editor.

Table 6. Grid Editor — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

Grid Editor Wizard
TabTraverses from left to right and top to bottom.
Up arrowSelects the next node above the current in the tree.
Down arrowSelects the next node below the current in the tree.
Right arrowExpands a node that displays the plus [+] sign.
Left arrowCollapses a node that displays the minus [-] sign.
Grid Editor
Ctrl+1Selects the Grid Editor pane.
Ctrl+2Selects the grid.
Ctrl+F7Switches the focus to the topmost component. For example, if a dialog box is not in focus, this keyboard shortcut switches the focus to the dialog box.
Shift+F10Displays the context menu of selected cell(s).
Alt+Shift+RDisplays the context menu for a selected row.
Alt+Shift+CDisplays the context menu for a selected column.
Alt+Shift+DDisplays the context menu for the dimension area in the top left corner to display a different dimension.
TabTraverses from left to right and top to bottom.

Arrow up or down

Traverses vertically in the grid.

Arrow right or leftTraverses horizontally in the grid.

Space bar

Selects or deselects a check box.

F2Edits a cell in the grid. For example, you can press F2 when the focus is on the Member Formula cell to display the Member Formula dialog box. In addition, the F2 key also enables the drop-down list in properties such as Is ICP.

Member Selector Dialog Box

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Member Selector dialog box.

Table 7. Member Selector — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

Tab

Traverses from left to right and top to bottom.
Up arrowSelects the next node above the current in the tree.
Down arrowSelects the next node below the current in the tree.
Right arrowExpands a node that displays the plus [+] sign.
Left arrowCollapses a node that displays the minus [-] sign.

You may experience the following issues in the Member Selector dialog box:

  • The Search > Find label is not read correctly by the screen reader. The screen reader reads the type in text for the find text field instead.

  • The screen reader reads the entire URL, but only should read the icon name.

  • The screen reader is unable to read the Selections pane label.

  • The shortcut keys do not work as expected for the OK, Cancel, and Help buttons.

  • When navigating to the Search tab, if you press [Tab] and then reverse tab with [Shift+Tab], the reverse tab does not progress beyond the Search icon.

Member Find Pane

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Member Find pane.

Table 8. Member Find Pane — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

Arrow up or downIf the focus is in the Member Find pane, the up or down arrow traverses through the members.

Note:

To find a member in the Shared Library or the Application pane, press [Enter]. However, JAWS is unable to read the selected member in the pane. To go to the selected member, first get focus on the Shared Library using Ctrl+1 or the Application pane, using Ctrl+2. Then, press [Tab] to select the member.

You may experience an issue with the screen reader when searching for members. Even though the member you search for is highlighted, the screen reader does not read the member as expected. The screen reader should read the member that is highlighted.

View Dimension Association Dialog Box

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the View Dimension Association dialog box.

Table 9. View Dimension Association — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

TabTraverses from left to right and top to bottom.
Arrow up or downTraverses through the dimension associations.

Plan Type Performance Settings Dialog Box

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Plan Type Performance Settings dialog box.

Table 10. Plan Type Performance Settings — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

TabTraverses from left to right and top to bottom.
Arrow up or downTraverses up or down the drop-down menu.
EnterSelects an item in the drop-down menu.
Up arrowTraverses up through the dimensions.
Down arrowTraverses down through the dimensions.

Reorder Children Dialog Box

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Reorder Children dialog box.

Table 11. Reorder Children — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

TabTraverses from left to right and top to bottom.
F2Edit the sort order value field.

Note:

If you press the Escape key to cancel editing, you must press Ctrl+F7 to return focus back to the Reorder Children dialog box.

Arrow up or downTraverses through the members.

Edit Application Dialog Box

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Edit Application dialog box.

Table 12. Edit Application — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

TabTraverses from left to right and top to bottom.
Arrow up or downTraverses through the applications.

Property Grid

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Property Grid.

Table 13. Property Grid — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

TabTraverses from top to bottom.
Arrow up or downTraverses through the properties.
F2Edits any property value.

Note:

For combo boxes, press F2 to edit, then use the up and down arrow to navigate. To select an element, press [Enter].

EnterSelects an item in the drop-down menu.
Space barSelects or deselects a check box.
Shift+F10Displays the context menu of the selected item in the Property Grid.

Keep in mind these considerations:

  • While navigating through the property grid if the focus is lost because of a warning message, press Ctrl+3 to navigate to the Property Grid and navigate by using the Tab and Arrow keys.

  • If focus is lost after pressing Ctrl+S to save a property in the property grid, simply use the Up or Down arrow.

  • If you are in “edit mode” in a field that cannot be edited in the Property Grid, to get out of “edit mode” press the Tab or Shift+Tab key.

Security Group/User Selection Dialog Box

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Security Group/User Selection dialog box (accessed via the Property Grid—System category).

Table 14. Security Group/User Selection — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

TabTraverses from left to right and top to bottom.
Arrow up or downTraverses up or down in the drop-down menu or if there are multiple users/groups in the list, traverses up or down the user/group list.
Enter Selects an item in the drop-down menu.
Alias Dialog Box

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Alias dialog box (accessed via the Property Grid).

Table 15. Alias — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

TabTraverses from left to right and top to bottom.

Arrow up or down

Traverse through the aliases.

F2

Edits the alias.

Ctrl+F7Returns focus to the Alias dialog box.

Import Dimensions Dialog Box

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Import Dimensions dialog box.

Table 16. Import Dimensions — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

Tab

Traverses from left to right and top to bottom.

Arrow up or down

Traverses up or down the import profiles list.

EnterWhen entering the profile name in Name text field, you can press [Enter] to select the name.
Space barUse to select the Select Profile button next to Name text field, and it will select the profile from the above list.

Create Import Profile — Map Dimensions Screen

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Import Profile—Map Dimensions screen.

Table 17. Map Dimensions — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

Tab

Traverses from left to right and top to bottom.

Space bar

Select or deselect a check box.

Arrow up or downNavigates up or down drop-down lists.

Note:

You may experience the following issue when using a screen reader: If you use the Tab key to traverse through dimensions in the tree, the screen reader reads the selected tree elements as "Not selected.”

Create Import Profile — Dimension Mapping Screen

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Import Profile—Import Dimension Mapping screen.

Table 18. Import Dimension Mapping — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

Tab

Traverses from left to right and top to bottom.

Arrow up or downNavigates up or down the dimension mapping or mapping options (properties list).
Arrow right or leftNavigates left or right through the properties listed in the mapping options.
F2Activates the drop-down list shown in the Mapping Options, Shared Library column.

Space bar

Selects or deselects a check box.

Shift+F10Displays the context menu of the selected property.

Note:

After an import profile is created, on the Profile tab, the screen reader should read the tab name, but reads the type in text instead.

Import Results

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported on the Import Results screen.

Table 19. Import Results Keyboard Shortcuts

KeyAction
Ctrl+1Selects the main tree of the Profile Name.
Ctrl+2Selects the Dimension pane.
Ctrl+3Selects the Record Level Errors / Warning pane.
Ctrl+4Selects the Details summary pane.
Shift+Down ArrowDecreases the size of the Details pane and increases the Record Level Errors / Warning pane.
Shift+Up ArrowIncreases the size of the Details pane and decreases the Record Level Errors / Warning pane.
Shift+Left ArrowDecreases the size of the Dimensions pane and increases the size of the Record Level Errors / Warning pane.
Shift+Right ArrowIncreases the size of the Dimensions pane and decreases the size of the Record Level Errors / Warning pane.

Application Library

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Application Library.

Table 20. Application Library Keyboard Shortcuts

KeyAction
Ctrl+Shift+ZLaunch the application wizard to create a new application
Ctrl+Shift+FCreate a new folder in the Application Library
Ctrl+Alt+1Display the view pane. (The view pane must always display.)
Ctrl+Shift+IView icons
Ctrl+Shift+LView details
Ctrl+Alt+FFilter applications
Ctrl+Alt+IClear filter criteria
Ctrl+Alt+RRefresh
Ctrl+Alt+MManage Planning data sources
Ctrl+Shift+MManage taskflows
Ctrl+Shift+TView taskflow status

Application Library Panes

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported to view panes in the Application Library.

Table 21.  Application Library Panes — Accessibility Keys

KeyAction
Ctrl+1 Selects the application list in the upper pane.
Ctrl+2Selects the lower (application details) pane, starting with the Summary area.
Ctrl+F7Switches the focus to the topmost component. For example, if a dialog box is not in focus, this keyboard shortcut switches the focus to the dialog box.
Shift+Up arrowIncreases the lower (application details) pane size and the split pane moves up.
Shift+Down arrowDecreases the lower (application details) pane size and the split pane moves down.
Shift+F10 Displays the context menu of selected item in the Application Library.

Note:

Shift+F10 does not display the context menu for the Application Library tab.

Find Applications Dialog Box

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Find Applications dialog box.

Table 22. Find Applications — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

TabTraverses from left to right and top to bottom.
Arrow up or downTraverses up or down the drop-down menu or the applications list.

Application Creation Wizard

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Application Creation Wizard.

Table 23. Application Creation Wizard — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

Tab
  • Traverses from left to right and top to bottom for all application types, except Planning.

  • For Planning applications, use the tab key to traverse from top to bottom. If the Auto Create Local Dimensions check box is selected, the Tab order traverses from top to bottom, moving to the Next button, and so on. Then, after traversing back to the top of the screen and through the application information, pressing the Tab key continues through the Planning and Calendar options.

Application Settings screen:

  • Traverses from left to right and top to bottom.

Space barSelects or deselects a check box.
Application Type Page 
Ctrl+1Selects the content pane, and on selection, if Screen Reader Support is enabled, the screen reader reads the description of the page. For information on enabling screen reader support, see the Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Workspace, Fusion Edition User's Guide.
Ctrl+2Selects Application Information area of the page.
Ctrl+3 For Planning applications, selects the Planning area of the page.
Ctrl+4For Planning applications, selects the Calender area of the page.
Ctrl+F7 Switches the focus to the topmost component. For example, if a dialog box is not in focus, this keyboard shortcut switches the focus to the dialog box.
Dimension Selection Page 
ArrowUse the up, down, right, and left arrow to navigate through the list of dimensions.
F2Edits a dimension.
Space barSelects or deselects the Local Dimension check box.
Ctrl+1 Selects the content pane, and on selection, if Screen Reader Support is enabled, the screen reader reads the description of the page. For information on enabling screen reader support, see the Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Workspace, Fusion Edition User's Guide.
Ctrl+F7 Switches the focus to the topmost component. For example, if a dialog box is not in focus, this keyboard shortcut switches the focus to the dialog box.
Application Settings Page 
Ctrl+1Selects the content pane, and on selection, if Screen Reader Support is enabled, the screen reader reads the description of the page. For information on enabling screen reader support, see the Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Workspace, Fusion Edition User's Guide.
Ctrl+2Selects the Application pane.
Ctrl+3Selects the Property Grid or Member Find pane.
Ctrl+4Selects the Validation area, and on selection, if Screen Reader Support is enabled, the screen reader reads the description of the page. For information on enabling screen reader support, see the Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Workspace, Fusion Edition User's Guide.
Ctrl+F7Switches the focus to the topmost component. For example, if a dialog box is not in focus, this keyboard shortcut switches the focus to the dialog box.
Shift+Up ArrowIncreases the lower (details) pane size and the split pane moves up.
Shift+Down ArrowDecreases the lower (details) pane size and the split pane moves down.
Shift+Right ArrowIncreases the size of the Application pane and decreases the size of the Property Grid pane.
Shift+Left ArrowDecreases the size of the Application pane and increases the size of the Property Grid pane.
Shift+F10 Displays the shortcut menu of selected application, dimension, member, or property in the Property Grid.

Comparing Applications

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Application Compare feature.

Table 24. Application Compare — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

Ctrl+1 Selects the Dimension Compare Results pane.
Ctrl+2Selects the Application Compare Summary pane.
Ctrl+3Selects the Property Compare Results pane.
Ctrl+F7Switches the focus to the topmost component. For example, if a dialog box is not in focus, this keyboard shortcut switches the focus to the dialog box.
Shift+F10 Displays the shortcut menu of the selected item in the Dimension Compare Results list.
Shift+Right ArrowIncreases the size of the Dimension Compare Result pane.
Shift+Left ArrowDecreases the size of the Dimension Compare Result pane.
Shift+Down ArrowIncreases the size of the Application Compare Summary pane and decreases the size of the Property Compare Summary pane.
Shift+Up ArrowDecreases the size of the Application Compare Summary pane and increases the size of the Property Compare Summary pane.

Data Flow

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Data Flow feature.

Table 25. Data Flow — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

Ctrl+1 Selects the Data Flow area, and on selection, if Screen Reader Support is enabled, the screen reader reads the description of the page. For information on enabling screen reader support, see the Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Workspace, Fusion Edition User's Guide.
Ctrl+2Selects the Application Properties summary pane.
Ctrl+F7Switches the focus to the topmost component. For example, if a dialog box is not in focus, this keyboard shortcut switches the focus to the dialog box.
Shift+Up arrowIncreases the lower (details) pane size and the split pane moves up.
Shift+Down arrowDecreases the lower (details) pane size and the split pane moves down.
Shift+F10Displays the shortcut menu of the selected application or link.

Transform Classic to EPM Architect Wizard

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Transform Classic to EPM Architect wizard.

Table 26. Transform Classic to EPM Architect Wizard — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

TabTraverses from left to right and top to bottom.
Arrow up or downTraverses through the applications available for transformation.

Manage Planning Data Sources

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported on the Data Source page.

Table 27. Manage Planning Data Sources — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

Ctrl+1Selects Data Sources in the upper pane, and on selection, if Screen Reader Support is enabled, the screen reader reads the description of the page. For information on enabling screen reader support, see the Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Workspace, Fusion Edition User's Guide.
Ctrl+2Selects the lower (details) pane.
Ctrl+F7Switches the focus to the topmost component. For example, if a dialog box is not in focus, this keyboard shortcut switches the focus to the dialog box.
Ctrl+DLaunches the Data Source Wizard used to create a new data source.
Shift+Up arrowIncreases the lower (details) pane size and the split pane moves up.
Shift+Down arrowDecreases the lower (details) pane size and the split pane moves down.
Shift+F10 Displays the shortcut menu of the selected data source.

Configure Interface Data Source

The following keyboard shortcuts and accessibility keys are supported on the Configure Interface Data Source page.

Table 28. Configuring Interface Data Sources — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

Ctrl+1Selects Interface Data Source in the upper pane, and on selection, if Screen Reader Support is enabled, the screen reader
Ctrl+2 Selects the lower (Summary) pane.
Ctrl+F7 Switches the focus to the topmost component. For example, if a dialog box is not in focus, this keyboard shortcut switches the focus to the dialog box.
Shift+Up arrow Increases the lower (Summary) pane size and the split pane moves up.
Shift+Down arrowDecreases the lower (Summary) pane size and the split pane moves down.
Shift+F10 Displays the shortcut menu of the selected interface data source.
Ctrl+D Launches the Interface Data Source Wizard to create new data source.

Job Console

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Job Console.

Table 29. Job Console Keyboard Shortcuts

KeyAction
Ctrl+Shift+ZLaunch the application wizard to create a new application
Ctrl+Shift+LView details
Ctrl+Alt+RRefresh
Ctrl+Alt+FFilter jobs
Ctrl+Alt+IClear filter criteria
Ctrl+Alt+MManage taskflows
Ctrl+Shift+MView taskflow status

The following accessibility keys are available to navigate the Job Console.

Table 30. Job Console — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

Ctrl+1Selects list of jobs in the upper pane.
Ctrl+2Selects the lower (job details) pane, starting with the Summary area.
Ctrl+F7Switches the focus to the topmost component. For example, if a dialog box is not in focus, this keyboard shortcut switches the focus to the dialog box.
Shift+Up arrowIncreases the lower (job details) pane size and the split pane moves up.
Shift+Down arrowDecreases the lower (job details) pane size and the split pane moves down.
Shift+F10 Displays the shortcut menu of selected item in the Job Console.

Note:

Shift+F10 does not display the context menu when the Job Console tab is selected.

Tab

Traverses from left to right and top and bottom.

Arrow up or down

Traverses up or down the list of jobs.

Right ArrowNavigates through the list of jobs.

Enter

Opens an attachment, after the focus is on the hyperlink.

Data Synchronization

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Data Synchronization.

Table 31. Data Synchronization Keyboard Shortcuts

KeyAction
Ctrl+Shift+ZLaunch the application wizard to create a new application
Ctrl+Shift+GCreate new synchronization
Ctrl+Alt+TCreate new mapping table
Ctrl+Alt+XDefine an external file mapping
Ctrl+Alt+DDefine a data interface table mapping
Ctrl+Alt+N Define a reusable filter
Ctrl+Shift+IView icons
Ctrl+Shift+LView details
Ctrl+Shift+RRefresh
Ctrl+Alt+FFilter synchronizations
Ctrl+Alt+IClear filter criteria
Ctrl+Alt+MManage taskflows
Ctrl+Shift+MView taskflow status

Note:

In the Filter Criteria dialog box, when you tab to select a member in the Selections pane, the tab does not move further, as expected.

The following accessibility keys are available to navigate the Data Synchronizer.

Table 32. Data Synchronization — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

Ctrl+1Selects list of synchronizations in the upper pane, and on selection, if Screen Reader Support is enabled, the screen reader reads the description of the page. For information on enabling screen reader support, see the Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Workspace, Fusion Edition User's Guide.
Ctrl+2Selects the lower (property details) pane, starting with the Summary area.
Ctrl+F7Switches the focus to the topmost component. For example, if a dialog box is not in focus, this keyboard shortcut switches the focus to the dialog box.
Shift+Up arrowIncreases the lower (synchronization details) pane size and the split pane moves up.
Shift+Down arrowDecreases the lower (synchronization details) pane size and the split pane moves down.
Shift+F10 Displays the shortcut menu of the selected item in the Data Synchronizer.

Note:

Shift+F10 does not display the context menu when the Data Synchronizer tab is selected.

TabTraverses left to right and top to bottom.

New Synchronization

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the New Synchronization wizard.

Table 33. New Synchronization Wizard — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

TabTraverses left to right and top to bottom.
Arrow up or downTraverses up or down the source types, available sources, or destinations.

Mapping Table Designer Wizard

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Mapping Table Designer wizard - Map Data screen.

Table 34. Mapping Table Designer Wizard - Map Data Screen — Accessibility Keys

KeysAction
Up Arrow Traverses up one row.
Down ArrowTraverses down one row.
Alt+DInserts a row in the Mapping Table Designer wizard.
F2Edits a cell.

Reusable Filter Definition

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Filter Definition wizard.

Table 35. Filter Definition Wizard — Accessibility Keys

KeysAction
Tab Traverses left to right and top to bottom.
Up Arrow or Down ArrowTraverses up or down the Combo box items for the application, dimension type, dimension, and filter type.

Data Synchronization — Dimension Mapping

The following keyboard shortcuts are supported in the Data Synchronization—Dimension Mapping.

Table 36. Data Synchronization Dimension Mapping — Accessibility Keys

Keys

Action

Ctrl+1Selects Dimension Mappings in the upper pane.
Ctrl+2Selects the lower (details) pane.
Ctrl+F7Switches the focus to the topmost component. For example, if a dialog box is not in focus, this keyboard shortcut switches the focus to the dialog box.
Shift+Up arrowIncreases the lower (details) pane size and the split pane moves up.
Shift+Down arrowDecreases the lower (details) pane size and the split pane moves down.
Shift+F10 Displays the shortcut menu of the selected item on the Dimension Mapping page.