About the Member Sets Maintenance page in Planning Business Modeler

The Member Sets Maintenance page is in the Dimensions workspace. On the Member Sets Maintenance page, you can add members to member sets by using the two member set maintenance tables.

You can search in a member set by typing in the text boxes under the member property in the member set maintenance tables. The member set maintenance tables display only the dimension members that have a name, label, or description value that starts with the characters that you type in the text boxes. Clear the text boxes to end the search and display the full set of members.

Note:  You cannot bulk edit members in the Destination Member Set. To perform a bulk edit, change to the Member Maintenance Page.

Element

Description

Destination Member Set

A table of member sets in the model site that can be filtered by model or member set property.

Source Member Set

This table is the source member set from which you obtain dimension members to add to the destination member set.

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Destination Member Set pane

Source Member Set pane

Destination Member Set pane

This area of the page is the destination member set to which you add dimension members.

Element

Description

Member Set

From this drop-down list, you can select the member set to which you want to add dimension members.

Icons

At the top of the Destination Member Set pane, icons provide convenient access to many of the primary tasks that you perform. You can also access the icons on the menu that appears when you right-click an item. You can also perform these actions by using links in the Dimension Tasks pane. The following list summarizes the actions you can perform by using icons:

  • Copy a member from the source member set pane and paste it as a member in this member set pane.

  • Drag-and-drop a member from the source member set pane to this member set pane.

  • Add a new member or sibling.

  • Remove a member from the list.

  • Modify the way the members are displayed in the table. When you use the icons, you can indent or outdent items, move items up or down, and expand or collapse all member sets to view or hide the individual members.

  • Perform a bulk edit of member properties.

Name

The name of the dimension.

Label

The label for the dimension. The label is the primary identifier of objects throughout the system.

Description

The description of this dimension. The description can be up to 512 characters long.

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Source Member Set pane

This pane of the page is the source member set from which you obtain dimension members to add to the destination member set.

Element

Description

Member Set

From this drop-down list, you can select the member set from which you obtain dimension members.

Show

In this drop-down list, select to display used or unused member sets.

Add as Sibling

Select the member that you want to add to the destination member set as a sibling, and then click this button.

Add as Child

Select the member that you want to add to the destination member set as a child, and then click this button.

Name

The name of the dimension.

Label

The label for the dimension. The label is the primary identifier of objects throughout the system.

Description

The description of this dimension. The description can be up to 512 characters long.

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