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■ the use of display folders within the Dashboard Designer is entirely optional. their purpose is only to help keep
the solution organized. they have no effect on anything other than how items are displayed in the Workspace Browser.
Workspace folders do not get reflected in the folder structure of the content list in performancepoint or anywhere else
outside of Dashboard Designer. typically, they are used to separate items by type (Kpis, filters, Dashboards, etc.)
or functionally by the part of the solution with which they are associated. folders can be nested as needed by separating
folder names with a backslash (\) character. for the rest of this chapter, items will be placed into such folders but the
directions won’t mention it each time from here on out.
Switch to the Editor tab (shown in Figure 6-40 ), which displays the actual and target
metrics for the KPI along with their various settings. We will customize the two metrics
that were created by default and then add some of our own.
Figure 6-40. Editing the KPI
Select the Name cell, which currently contains “Actual,” and change the name
to “Gross Profit.”
Click on the cell for the same row under Data Mappings to launch the data mapping
dialog. Currently, it is set to return a fixed value of 1. Click the Change Source button
to bring up the “Select a Data Source” dialog. (See Figure 6-41 .)
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