|Oracle® Fusion Middleware User's Guide for Oracle Business Intelligence Discoverer Plus
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)
Part Number B40105-02
|PDF · Mobi · ePub|
Use this tab to see the conditions available for use in the worksheet, to edit conditions, and to apply conditions to the worksheet. For example, you might want to apply an existing condition to the worksheet to display only sales figures for a particular city (for example, New York). For more information about options on the Available Items toolbar, see "Available Items pane".
For more information, see:
Use this drop down list to select the type of conditions to display in the <Items list> below, as follows:
choose 'All Items' to see all available conditions
choose 'Selected Items' to see conditions related to worksheet items
choose a particular worksheet item (for example, Profit SUM) to see conditions active on that item
Use this list to see the conditions available for use in the worksheet, to apply conditions to the worksheet, and to remove conditions from the worksheet.
Click the plus (+) and minus (-) buttons next to a condition category (for example, My Conditions) to expand and collapse the category.
The categories prefixed with 'My...' contain worksheet items that you own and that you can edit and delete. Categories prefixed with the business area name are read-only items created by the Discoverer manager that you can use but not edit or delete.
To apply a condition to the worksheet, do one of the following:
Drag and drop a condition from the Conditions tab into the worksheet area.
Drag and drop a condition from the Conditions tab into the Selected Items pane (if displayed).
Select a condition and click the Add to Worksheet button on the Available Items toolbar (for more information, see "Available Items pane").
Right-click on a condition and select Add to Worksheet from the right-click menu.
To select more than one condition at a time, hold down the control key (Ctrl) when you select items. Conditions currently applied to the worksheet are marked with a checkmark.
For descriptions of icons used in the <Items list>, see "About icons used in the Discoverer item navigator".