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If you step over into the BEx Analyzer, you can also use the same variants created in the BEx Web Analyzer, as shown in the following illustration
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If you create a global variant and fill in the Technical Name field, you still get an assignment into the RSRPARMETRIZA table, but it will look just a bit different The next two illustrations show the creation of the global variant and the table with the different variants that are available for display You can identify the two types of variants by looking at the User-Specific column on the far right of the screen This field contains an X if the variant is user-specific and therefore a local variant If the field is not checked, the variant is a global variant and available to all users of this query Also notice that the technical name of the variant is quite a bit different The global variant has a true technical name, whereas the local variant has the longer, system-generated technical name There are a number of differences between the local and global variants, but one important difference is that global variants can be used in scheduling processes, such as background job runs and Information Broadcaster settings, whereas the local variants, due to the nonconforming technical name, can t be used in scheduling processes because you can t assign them to the job
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Now that we have worked our way through the system migration process, we can look at combining everything together to set up a project timeline and detailed steps
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Steps in the Migration Process
We have discussed and reviewed all the components that are involved in the migration process specific to the WAD templates and BEx Web reports Now let s take a look at the process based on a step-by-step approach The tables in this section list the sequence of steps involved in the different phases of a migration project Before you perform any of these activities, remember to activate the required standard business content objects so that you don t have to worry about it during the rest of the migration The first phase is the migration of the queries You need to take care of this first so that once the WAD templates are migrated, they can link up directly to the appropriate queries Table 8-1 lists the general steps involved The next objects to be migrated are the Web Application Designer templates Table 8-2 gives an outline of all the specific activities
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Description of the Task List the technical names of the queries that will be migrated Access the BEx Query Designer in the 70 version Find the queries that are to be migrated Open the query in the Query Designer and save it Execute the query using the new 70 BEx Query Designer; via the BEx Web Query execute option Once you execute the query and navigate using some of the free characteristics and varying the values used in the variables, confirm that the query works as expected (For example, check that navigation is consistent, determine that values used in the variables filter the query correctly, and use the context menu to confirm some of the functionality is working correctly) Test at least three different navigational processes against each query migrated (For example, change the values of the variables, use the context menu of either the characteristics or key figures to navigate, drag and drop a characteristic into the report, execute Export to Excel and confirm the results) Document in a Migration Document the testing process that you experienced This migration document should be the outline or migration project plan to track the progress of these migration tasks
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