Use this dialog to enter a name and description for the business area and to configure how data is loaded into the business area.
For more information, see:
Use this field to enter a name for your new business area. Use a short name that reflects the business function of the business area. For example, Web Usage Analysis.
Use this field to enter a description for your new business area. Use this field to provide additional information about the business area, such as who created it, the intended audience, or more specific details about its scope.
Use this check box to replaces underscores with spaces. For example, Region_Name is converted to Region Name.
Use this check box to removes prefix characters that are common to all columns. For example, if a table name is EMP and its column names are EMP_Number, EMP_Name, and EMP_Address, the corresponding names in the business area become Number, Name, and Address.
Use this check box to capitalize (then choose an option from the drop down list) as follows:
The first letter of every word
Choose this option to capitalize the first letter of folder and item names. For example, REGION_NAME is converted to Region_Name. This is useful because table names are usually in uppercase text in the database.
The initial letter
Choose this option to capitalize the first letter of the first word of folder and item names. For example, REGION_NAME is converted to Region_name.
Use this check box to sort folders alphabetically within a business area.
Use this check box to sort items alphabetically within a folder.
For information about using the command-line interface to sort folders and items during a business area load, see "/load".
For information about sorting folders and items in a business area, see: