14. Scroll to the bottom of the
Dimension attributes list.
15. Click the check box to the
immediate left of the bottom Attribute Name, ANSYS045 Aging Bucket
Name, to select it.
16. Select ANSYS045_Aging_Bucket_Key
in the selector to the immediate right of the ANSYS045 Aging Bucket Name
selection, designating this as the Attribute Key Column.
17. Leave the Attribute Name Column
at its default of ANSYS045_Aging_Bucket_Name.
The Select Dimension
Attributes page appears, with our selections, as shown in Illustration 22.
18. Click Next.
19. Ensure that the default, Regular,
is set within the Dimension type selector on the Specify Dimension
Type page that appears next, as depicted in Illustration 23.
20. Click Next.
21. Leaving all settings at default,
click Next at the Define Parent-Child Relationship page that appears
next, as shown in Illustration 24.
22. Replace the Name on the Completing
the Wizard page, which appears next, with the following:
The Completing the Wizard
page appears, with our modification, as depicted in Illustration 25.
Illustration 25: The Completing
the Wizard Page, with Our New Name
The Dimension Wizard
completes its work, and then dismisses itself. We arrive at the Dimension
Structure tab for the new Aged Period dimension, within the Dimension
Designer, as shown in Illustration 26.
Illustration 26: The New
Aged Period Dimension Dimension Structure Tab
24. Right-click the new ANSYS045
Aging Bucket Name attribute, appearing just under Aged Period in the
25. Select Rename from the
context menu that appears, as depicted in Illustration 27.
Renaming the Attribute ...
26. Replace the existing name with the
The new name appears in
the attribute caption box as shown in Illustration 28.
Illustration 28: The New
Name is Assigned ...
27. Right-click the Dim Time attribute,
appearing just under the newly renamed Aged Period attribute in the Attributes
28. Select Rename, as before.
29. Replace the existing name with the
The Attributes pane
appears, with our modifications, as depicted in Illustration 29.
Illustration 29: New
Names in the Attribute Pane
Having created a new Aged
Periods Dimension to serve as the structure for our new aging
capabilities, we now need to create and populate a Hierarchy to house
the Named Calculations we created in Part I
to act as our "aging buckets." We will accomplish this in the next
30. Right-click the newly renamed Aged
Period attribute in the Attributes pane.
31. Select Start New Hierarchy,
as shown in Illustration 30.
Illustration 30: Creating
a New Hierarchy in the Dimension
A new Aged
Period hierarchy appears in the Hierarchies and Levels pane of the Aged
Period Dimension Structure tab of the Designer for the Aged