- New hierarchical entries do not take over automatically the format settings of an exsiting table.
- Formatting settings applied manually:
- Highlighting cells
- Apply formatting in Styling menu
- SAP BusinessObjects Cloud 2017.5.4
Reproducing the Issue
- Import new hierarchical entry for an existing model.
- Open a Story where the same model is used as the datasource of the table and some formatting rules are also applied.
- Observe that the newly imported entry in not formatted.
E.g: The newly imported hierarchical object is 02/02/2017 in the below example.
The formatting was applied manually by highlighting the cells and changing the formatting settings.
- Use formatting rules instead of manual selection of cells for formatting.
- E.g: Comparison of using manual selection (mes) or formatting rule (mes2) after uploading new data.
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