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About a runtime business view

In this release of Incorta, a Runtime Business View conceptually describes the two type of views that you can create in a Business Schema.

There two types of runtime business views are:

Both view types — business schema view and Incorta View — can exist within the same business schema. You can create a business schema view with the Business Schema Designer and an Incorta View with the Analyzer.

From a conceptual perspective, a runtime business view represents a logical view of a subset of data within related physical schema tables. The following table describes how:

Description Business Schema View Incorta View
Narrow and curate the columns exposed
the underlying physical schema tables
Filtering the number of individual rows
Filtering the aggregated results for a
given measure

A runtime runtime business view also introduces a semantic layer. The following table describes how:

Description Business Schema View Incorta View
Standardized business terminology
Pre-defined row-level formulas and
calculations
Pre-defined aggregated formulas and
calculations

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