In the Presentation layer, double-click the Time presentation table to open the Presentation Table dialog box.
Click the Columns tab.
|3 .||Select columns and use the up and down arrows, or drag the
columns. to rearrange the presentation columns into the following order
from top to bottom:
Per Name Year
Per Name Half
Per Name Qtr
Per Name Month
Per Name Week
|4 .||Click OK to close the Presentation Table
dialog box and confirm that the presentation column order is changed in
the Presentation layer.
|5 .||Repeat the steps to reorder the columns in the Products presentation table:
Line of Business
|6 .||Save the repository without checking global consistency.|
Congratulations! You have successfully built the Presentation layer of a repository.
OBIEE 11G Reorder Presentation Columns
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