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Business Objects Business Intelligence (BI) platform provides flexible systems management for an enterprise SAP BI standard that allows administrators to confidently deploy and standardize their BI implementations on a proven, scalable, and adaptive service-oriented architecture.

SAP Business Objects (BO) 4.x suite is here with Seven major Enhancements.

  1. BO Universe (semantic layer) can now be sourced from multiple databases, overcoming a major obstacle of previous versions.
  2. Universe can now access MOLAP (cubes from Microsoft Analysis Services, Essbase etc.)
  3. Data sources directly via MDX without having to “flatten them out” first. In prior versions, Universe could only access SQL sources.
  4. There’s now a more common look and feel to individual BI products, including Crystal, Webi, Explorer, and Analysis (former BEx). This is another step in the right direction to unify SAP BI products, but it’s still not a complete solution. It will be a while before all SAP BI products are fully and seamlessly integrated, as well as other BI tools/platforms that grew more organically.
  5. All SAP BI tools, including Xcelsius (Dashboards in 4.x), that did not have access to BO Universe now do.
  6. There’s now a tighter integration with BW via direct exposure of BW metadata (BEx queries and Info Providers) to all BO tools.
  7. Improved BI/BW performance. This is the one I can’t validate until I talk with some customers. But SAP claims that, starting with 4.x, BW will have a unique set of proprietary SAP APIs that are 4+ times faster than APIs that are available to the other BI tools. I am assuming that what this means is that from now on, BW access by Business Objects will be faster than by any other BI tool.
  8. Last but not least, 4.x is the first version highly optimized for the HANA in-memory appliance. Previous versions and other BI tools will also work with HANA; that should not be the primary factor in your decision whether to upgrade to 4.x or not, but it’s indeed another variable in the mix. What does “optimized” mean in this case? Remember, all of your BI applications (with the exception of in-memory specific BI apps) were written and optimized for accessing disk-based RDBMS. Chunks of code that were written specifically for that purpose can now be removed, and that code can be optimized for direct memory data access. That’s indeed what SAP claims they did in version 4.x.

Course Duration : 30-35 hrs

Mode of Training: Live Instructor-led hands on Training

Course Contents

  • SAP BI Launch Pad 4.1
  • SAP Business Objects Web Intelligence
  • Web-Intelligence Rich Client (Desktop based tool)
  • SAP Business Objects BI Information Design Tool 4.1 (IDT)
  • SAP Business Objects BI Universe Designer tool (UDT)
  • SAP BW Integration with BO (Using IDT)
  • SAP HANA with BO (Using IDT and UDT)
  • Promotional management Tool & Upgrade management tool
  • Report Conversion Tool (Deski to Webi Reporting)
  • BO Administration/ Security (CMC/CCM)
  • SAP Business Objects Dashboards (Crystal Xcelsius 2011)
  • Crystal Reports
  • BO Project migration
  • BO Deployment and Report Scheduling
  • New features of SAP Business Objects 4.1
  • SAP Designer studio 4.1
  • SAP Visual intelligence
  • Differences between different versions of BO
  • Interview Questions and BO Certification exam preparation

 

  • BI launch pad: What's new in 4.1
  • Customizing BI launch pad
  • Creating Interactive Analysis documents with queries
  • Restricting data returned by a query
  • Types of filters
  • Designing Interactive Analysis reports
  • Enhancing the presentation of data in reports
  • Formatting reports
  • Calculating data with formulas and variables
  • Using multiple data sources
  • Analyzing data
  • Managing and sharing Interactive Analysis documents
  • Reporting from Other Data Sources
  • Accessing corporate information with Web Intelligence
  • Understanding how universes allow you to query databases using everyday business terms.
  • Managing documents
  • Creating Web Intelligence Documents with Queries
  • Modifying a document's query
  • Using prompts to restrict data
  • Using complex filters
  • Displaying data in tables and charts
  • Presenting data in free-standing cells
  • Enhancing the Presentation of Reports
  • Using breaks, calculations, sorts and report filters
  • Ranking data to see top or bottom values
  • Using alerters to highlight information
  • Organizing a report into sections
  • Copying data to other applications
  • Alternative Query Techniques Using Combined Queries Using Sub-Queries
  • Creating a Query based on another Query
  • Character and Date String Functions Using the character string functions Concatenating different data types Using date functions
  • Using If Logic
  • Grouping data using If() logic
  • Using If() to modify calculation behavior
  • Advanced Reporting Features Formatting breaks
  • Creating custom sorts
  • Displaying document data in free-standing cells
  • Alternative Query Techniques Defining Combined Query Types Using Combined Queries
  • Using Sub-Queries
  • Creating a Query on a Query
  • Character and Date String Functions Understanding Character Strings
  • Linking to documents and URLs in Web Intelligence
  • Create the reports on top of Sap BEX queries

  • Introducing Web Intelligence
  • Create reports using webservises as a Data source
  • Using complex filters
  • Report Design
  • Ranking data to see top or bottom values
  • Tracking data changes
  • Using alerters to highlight information
  • Organizing a report into sections
  • Copying data to other applications
  • Formatting Reports
  • Preparing documents for PDF and print
  • Calculating Data with Formulas and Variables
  • Understanding formulas and variables
  • Understanding how Web Intelligence calculates data
  • Creating formulas and variables to calculate data
  • Using Multiple Data Sources
  • Adding a new query using a personal data provider
  • Creating multiple queries in a document
  • Synchronizing data with merged dimensions
  • Analyzing Data
  • Drilling into the data
  • Setting Web Intelligence drill options
  • Using sub-queries
  • Creating a query based on another query
  • Changing data sources
  • Using the query drill
  • Using query sampling
  • Understanding dimensions and details
  • Character and Date String Functions
  • Using character string functions
  • Concatenating different data types
  • Using date functions
  • Calculation Contexts
  • Understanding calculation contexts
  • Redefining calculation contexts
  • Using If Logic
  • Using IF/ELSEIF
  • Additional Reporting Techniques
  • Using data tracking
  • Displaying data restricted by a filter or ranking
  • Using additional report functions

  • What is the Information Design Tool (IDT)
  • Create a project
  • Create a connection to a relational database (Single and Multiple databases)
  • Create the data foundation with Single & Multiple databases
  • Define the different types joins in a data foundation
  • Create a business layer
  • Create folders and objects
  • Resolve Loops and Use alias
  • Resolve Loops Use contexts
  • Resolving the fan traps and Chasm traps problem
  • Define data restrictions
  • Work with LOVs
  • Use Parameters restrict data
  • Use @functions also Aggregate Awareness
  • Create Derived Tables and Index Awareness
  • Maintain universes
  • Deploy and manage and maintain universes
  • Documentation of the universes
  • SAP BW Integration with BO
  • SAP HANA with BO
  • Creating OLAP Connection(Using BICS middleware)

  • Understanding Business-Objects Universes.
  • Understanding how universes allow users to query databases using their everyday business terms.
  • Creating Universe Connections.
  • Creating the universe on different databases
  • Building and populating the Universe Structure.
  • Defining joins in a universe.
  • Creating Dimension Objects.
  • Understanding classes and objects.
  • Creating Measure Objects.
  • Understanding measure objects.
  • Using List of Values.
  • Resolving Loops.
  • Resolving loops using aliases.
  • Resolving loops using contexts.
  • Chasm traps and Fan traps.
  • Restricting the data returned by objects.
  • Using Functions with Objects.
  • Using @ Functions.
  • Using Hierarchies.
  • Working with hierarchies.
  • Aggregate Awareness.
  • Derived Tables
  • Securing Universes.
  • Managing Universes.

  • Understanding BusinessObjects Enterprise What is BusinessObjects Enterprise?
  • Installation and configuration
  • Managing all servers
  • Configure the Audit databases to monitor BO server health Checkup
  • Working in the Central Management Console BusinessObjects Enterprise Architecture
  • BO Cluster Setup and maintaining the load balancing
  • Understanding the Business Objects Enterprise architecture Enterprise Security Creating users, groups, and folders
  • BusinessObjects Enterprise security model
  • Categories
  • Guidelines for planning security
  • Publishing
  • Scheduling
  • Configuring the FTP and SMTP Server
  • Setting up groups and users
  • Organizing and changing Folders & Categories
  • Authentication
  • Connections
  • Controlling Universes
  • Scheduling through CMC
  • User Security
  • Database Configuration
  • Modify Settings for Applications
  • Access Levels
  • Security
  • Managing Content in Multiple Deployments
  • Understanding the Import Wizard
  • LCM
  • Understanding Upgrade Management Tool

  • Xcelsius Dashboard Overview
  • Creating Dashboards using Query As A Web Service (QAAWS) and Live Office
  • Create Drill Down dashboard reports
  • What's new in SAP Business Objects Dashboards 4.1
  • Creating a Visualization
  • Producing interactive visualizations
  • Getting around in Xcelsius
  • Working with your Excel workbook
  • Visualizing data with charts
  • Using Xcelsius Components
  • Formatting a Visualization
  • Applying formatting options
  • Using themes and templates to apply formatting
  • Adding Interactivity to a Visualization
  • Using selectors
  • Adding dynamic visibility
  • Using live data sources
  • Connecting to BO Universes using Query as a Web Service
  • Using Live Office data
  • Creating Complex dashboards

  • Crystal Report Overview
  • Creating reports
  • Selecting records
  • Organizing data on reports
  • Grouping & section formatting
  • Creating basic and complex formulas
  • Using variables
  • Using report templates
  • Applying conditional reporting
  • Building parameterized and specialized reports
  • Summarizing data with cross tabs
  • Using report sections
  • Representing data visually
  • Managing reports
  • Distributing reports
  • Using repository data sources
  • Report processing
  • Linking Crystal Reports to Webi reports
  • Drill down reports

 

  1. Resume Preparation Guidelines and Tips
  2. Mock Interviews and Interview Preparation Tips
  3. Certification Guidance

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Course Assignments

Activity 1 - Creating a web Intelligence document

Activity 2- Apply Filters to Restricting Data

Activity 3 - Adding Prompted Filters

Activity 4 - Multiple Filters

Activity 5 - Tables and charts

Activity 6 - Breaks and Cross tabs

Activity 7 - Applying Ranking to Data

Activity 8 - Tracking Data changes

Activity 9 - Creating Complex Alerters

Activity 10 - Creating Report Sections

Activity 11 - Formatting and Printing Reports

Activity 12 - Formatting Charts

Activity 13 - Creating Formulas nad Variables .

Activity 14 - Synchronizing Data

Activity 15 - Analyzing Data

Activity 16 - Managing and sharing webi Docs

Activity 17- Combined Queries

Activity 18 - Using Sub queries

Activity 19 - Char and Date String Functions

Activity 20 - Grouping Data

Activity 21 - Modifying Calculation Behaviour

Activity 22- Hyperlinks

Activity 23 - A Comparision Ranking

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