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Table Of Contents

1 Introduction
2 Importing and exporting data
2.1 Importing data
2.2 Importing using the Data Import Wizard
2.2.1 Importing text files Importing data cells Update import Importing comments Importing elements Deleting elements Renaming elements
2.2.2 Importing from ODBC sources Link to ODBC source Importing in Palo
2.2.3 Importing from other cubes
2.2.4 Internal loops Preparatory work Importing in Palo
2.3 Additional import options
2.3.1 Importing from Excel worksheets
2.3.2 Importing via external ETL tools Palo ETL Server Cubeware Kettle
2.4 Errors during import
2.5 Exporting data
3 Working with attributes
3.1 Creating attributes
3.2 Searching for attributes
3.3 Information processing with attributes
4 Additional techniques in working with the Modeller
4.1 Working with comments
4.1.1 Creating comments
4.1.2 Display of long comments
4.2 Calculated elements (push rules)
4.3 Consolidation: calculation and factors
5 Administration of user rights
5.1 Hierarchy of rights
5.2 System database
5.2.1 System cubes and system dimensions
5.2.3 Restriction of rights in single databases Cube #_GROUP_CUBE_DATA Cube #_GROUP_DIMENSION_DATA_<Name of dimension> Cube #_CONFIGURATION Cube #_GROUP_CELL_DATA
5.2.4 Additional rules
5.2.5 Applying user rights Creating Server Entries for New Users Removing server entries for users
6 Working with enterprise rules
6.1 General information on rules
6.2 Creating a simple rule
6.3 Operators of the Rule-Editor
6.4 Restricting the target area
6.5 Restricting the target area to an element type
6.6 Drill Palo Rule
6.7 Deactivation in the case of references to removed elements
6.8 Accessing a different cube via rule
6.9 Usage of markers
6.9.1 Advantages of markers
6.9.2 Disadvantages of markers
6.9.3 How are markers defined?
6.9.4 Arguments of PALO.MARKER()
6.9.5 Markers for expressions
6.9.6 Processing of the rules
6.10 Examples of rules using the Palo database Demo2
6.10.1 Example Rule 1
6.10.2 Example rule 2
6.10.3 Example rule 3
6.10.4 Example rule 4
6.11 Supported functions for rules
7 Filter functions with subsets
7.1.1 Indent
7.1.2 Alias
7.1.3 Filters and their effects Hierarchy filter PALO.HFILTER() Text filter PALO.TFILTER() Picklist filter PALO.PICKLIST() Attribute filter PALO.AFILTER() Data filter PALO.DFILTER() Sorting filter PALO.SORT()
7.1.4 Sequence of execution
7.3 Details of PALO.SUBSET()
8 Creation of Excel Pivot Tables
8.1 Preliminary notes
8.2 Needed address changes for the ODBO connection
8.2.1 All in one
8.2.2 Palo server on machine 2
8.2.3 Palo server and Palo ODBO provider on machine 2
8.3 Using Palo ODBO Provider with Excel 2003
8.4 Using Palo ODBO Provider with Excel 2007
9 Administration of Palo
9.1 Locations of files and databases on Windows
9.2 The palo.ini file
9.2.1 Client-Connection with a Palo-Server Palo-Server and Client on the same computer Palo-Server and Client on different computers
9.2.2 Automatic backup
9.2.3 Further options
9.2.4 File palo.ini.sample
9.3 Connecting Palo-Clients with Palo-Server
9.3.1 Connecting Palo-Client with local Palo-Server
9.3.2 Connecting Palo-Client with Palo-Server in the network
9.3.3 Deleting a server-connection
9.4 Connection with the API and with the server browser
9.5 Data backup
9.5.1 Database files
9.5.2 PaloXlAddin.log und PaloServer.log
9.6 Entries in the Windows Registry of the client
9.7 Starting Palo Service via the console
9.8 Cache settings of the server
9.8.1 Cube-Caches
9.8.2 Parameters in the palo.ini
9.9 Multithreading
9.10 Formatting the display of Palo data in Excel
10 Overview of Palo functions
10.1 Classification of functions
10.2 Input parameters
10.3 Table functions
10.4 Array functions
10.5 Filter functions
10.6 Splitting functions
11 Tips
11.1 Tip 1: Creating database backups
11.2 Tip 2: Creating new elements
11.3 Tip 3: Display comments in an array
11.4 Tip 4: Use of consolidation factors
11.5 Tip 5: Copying cell contents (copy & like)
11.6 Tip 6: Importing text files
11.7 Tip 7: Formatting at import
11.8 Tip 8: Using PALO.SETDATA and PALO.EADD
12 Application example with Palo and Worksheet-Server
12.1 Part 1: Developing of a Palo cube
12.1.1 Creating databases
12.1.2 Selecting databases
12.1.3 Creating dimensions
12.1.4 Creating elements Projects Resources Months
12.1.5 Creating a cube
12.2 Part 2: Creating Palo worksheets
12.2.1 Creating project reports Inserting structures from Palo Inserting charts Entering planned hours
12.2.2 Creating time entries Entering times
12.3.1 Preparing of the Excel workbook
12.3.2 Creating of the Worksheet-Server application Setting up users Data entries by users
12.3.3 Comparing the Worksheet-Server and Palo/Excel
13 Index
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