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About a Incorta View

An Incorta View is one of two types of views that you can create in a business schema. The other type of view is a business schema view. Conceptually speaking, you can consider both types of view as being a runtime business view.

You can create an Incorta View with the Analyzer. Here are some of reasons why a schema developer will create an Incorta View:

  • Curate the columns exposed in one or more underlying physical schema tables
  • Curate the columns exposed in one or more runtime business views
  • Implement an individual filter for the view
  • Implement a distinct filter for the view
  • Implement an aggregated filter for the view
  • Implement a measure filter
  • Standardize business terminology
  • Standardize row-level formulas and calculations
  • Standardize aggregated formulas and calculations

The Analyzer supports two types of visualizations for an Incorta View:

As the visualizations differ, they do not support all Incorta View configurations.

A Listing Table supports the following:

  • an individual filter
  • a distinct filter

An Aggregated Table supports the following:

  • an individual filter
  • an aggregated filter
  • a distinct filter when there is no grouping dimension
  • a measure filter
Important

An Incorta View should be aligned to a single insight on a dashboard with a single dashboard tab. An insight that queries an Incorta View is an applicable insight for a dashboard filter or dashboard runtime filter only for filterable columns from the Incorta View.


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