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Jan Zwickel

This post gives an overview of the motivation behind migrating SAP HANA graphical view models (e.g., Attribute Views, Analytic Views, Calculation Views) into the new XSA development environment and the steps involved. For more details you can

The following text provides background information about the “Keep Flag” that can be set in Calculation Views since HANA 1.0 SPS 09   Purpose of keep flag: Ensure that calculations occur at a granularity that

This example is referenced in my other post about the usage of the “Keep Flag” in SAP HANA Calculation Views. Please have a look at the other post to get a better understanding of the context

This example is referenced in my other post about the usage of the “Keep Flag” in SAP HANA Calculation Views. Please have a look at the other post to get a better understanding of the context

This example is referenced in my other post about how to check the push-down of filters. Please have a look at the other post to get a better understanding of the context for this example  

This example is referenced in my other post about how to check the push-down of filters. Please have a look at the other post to get a better understanding of the context for this example  

This example is referenced in my other post about how to check the push-down of filters. Please have a look at the other post to get a better understanding of the context for this example  

This example is referenced in my other post about how to check the push-down of filters. Please have a look at the other post to get a better understanding of the context for this example  

In the following three different ways are described how to verify whether or not a filter is “pushed-down”. With “pushed-down” it is meant that the filter is applied at the lowest level possible – e.g.,

This example is referenced in my other post about flags to enforce the push-down of filters. Please review the other post to get a better understanding of the context for this example     Example This