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13 Double-click the column separator, and the columns will automatically fit the information in the column The following illustration shows the results of this activity The actual report is very close to being completed
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15 Finally, add a title for the report and also another line to provide some space between the heading and the information The report looks great, and the final result can be viewed on the Web The following two illustrations show the end results
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The end result is an excellent formatted report that we were not able to accomplish in the older versions of BI This report can now be printed or viewed either in the BEx Web Analyzer or in the enterprise portal
Summary
This chapter began with a review of some of the basic concepts used in the Report Designer and then moved into addressing some of the issues that are encountered within projects using the Report Designer The chapter finished with a good example of how the Report Designer can really make a difference in the reporting strategy The Report Designer is an invaluable tool in the process of achieving the correct format and view of report data for business users Projects often fail due to reports and queries being formatted incorrectly Therefore, another toolset may be required to get the formatting correct for each level of management It s very important to make sure that the requirements fit the functionality of the Report Designer and that there is a very high probability that we can achieve the desired results for the specific management level The Report Designer solves many formatting issues but is not a solution for all formatting concerns Make sure you have investigated the required result and functionality thoroughly before committing to a proposed solution that incorporates the Report Designer component Also, keep in mind that this is the final version of the Report Designer If you encounter any gaps between what the Report Designer can do and what you need to accomplish, you may have to rely on a third-party formatting component or look to the BOBJ component, Crystal Report Designer, for the added enhancements needed
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The Report Designer is a very consistent component of the reporting toolset within BI, and with a little work can be quite easy to format and configure To see what additional enhancements can be accomplished with the Report Designer, you can take the basic queries you use and add small changes to them, and add some bells and whistles for your reports See what you can accomplish and then offer these enhancements to your business users to get their feedback
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Developing Effective Web Reports
n this chapter we will build on what we developed in s 4 and 5 and take all of the parts that we have worked with and pull them together into the development of good Web reports or templates We will review the basics as well as the advanced configuration of the Chart Web item and the Command Web feature These are the last two items that we didn t cover in 4 Now I know you are also thinking about the Map Web Item and as mentioned, that Web item requires much more configuration to the actual characteristic than we can incorporate into this book, so we will not delve into that configuration or a conversation about the third-party tool that is required to set up the Map Web item The Chart Web item is one of the more important and widely used Web items for setting up the dashboard, and the Command Web feature, is excellent because it enables us to set up all the commands found in the context menu within the BEx Web Report directly on the business user s screen and make everything available via a button Although this chapter covers many of the different commands, it does not cover all 70+, because the focus of the chapter is to develop actual Web reports Only the more common and widely used commands will be covered The Commands items are also important because one of the really cool aspects of certain types of Web reports is the ability to execute a what-if analysis If we were to take the combination of some commands and the functionality of SAP NetWeaver Visual Composer (VC, which is not covered in this book), we could have a really nice report that includes scroll bars for what-if analyses, dynamically changing graphs, and interactive screens for documentation and analysis If we just use the WAD functionality, we can deliver this type of report, but only to the point of having a field for entering a value and then executing the function to move the values in the report With the ability of the VC and the SAP Business Add-Ins (BAdIs), we can add additional functionality, such as a scroll bar, to enhance the look and feel (although we probably do not want to overuse the scroll bar component in the development of a dashboard, the reasons for which are covered in the next chapter) This chapter also looks at how to make your reports and charts more robust and really stand out to the business users, with several examples of what you can do with the Chart functionality and the use of some Excel components The goal here is to lay the foundation for the next chapter, in which you will develop the entire dashboard and be able to pull everything together into a set of dynamic dashboards for your company
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