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Understand that the Import Wizard does not first read the contents of the BIAR file and then ask you the appropriate options So, for example, if your BIAR file only contains one universe, you will still be prompted to choose whether or not and which users you want to import It is a little confusing but eventually will be an improvement over the manual process that many companies were forced to rely on in earlier versions of BusinessObjects and as is described in the next section, Test Folders
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In previous versions of BusinessObjects, the use of domains allowed an administrator to create separate domains for test, development, and production With the new architecture in XI, the concept of universe domains has been replaced by universe folders (see 7, under Folders and Domains ) While folders provide a logical grouping of universes, it is different from domains in that all the folders and universes within one CMS share the same repository As the BusinessObjects community gains experience with XI, a number of best practices will emerge How best to use test folders will be one of those areas At this time, the main benefit to using folders over BIAR files is that folders are a lower-cost alternative to full-blown, multiple CMS deployments While they may be closest to your approach in earlier versions, there are limitations
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Assume you have a Sales universe in a test folder \TEST\SALESUNW Assume you have also developed a set of reports that access \TEST\SALESUNW You now copy that universe to production, \PRODUCTION\SALESUNW When a user accesses a report, the document will look for the correct data provider using a unique ID assigned to the universe It looks for the universe initially stored in \TEST\SALESUNW If the production users do not have access to the TEST folders, then the universe is not found Desktop Intelligence and Web Intelligence will then look using the name of the universe As long as the document finds a universe with the same name, it will automatically access the new production universe It s important to note that in XI Release 1, Web Intelligence did not behave this way and behaved differently than Desktop Intelligence This has changed in XI Release 2, which once again checks data sources in terms of the universe name In the longer term, checking based on universe naming can be a challenge, as the vendor supports multilingual universes If the universe is not found, users will receive the error message shown here Therefore, I recommend you use a test folder approach only if You do not have the resources or licensing to implement multiple CMS environments You use inheritance to grant access to universes at the folder level and not to individual universes You do not intend to deploy universes in multiple languages To establish a test folder for universes, you create this via Designer when you export a universe 1 From the pull-down menu, select File | Export
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2 Within the Export Universe dialog, click Browse to see a list of existing universe folders It may be that you only see the top level or root Position your cursor on the root and right-click to invoke the pop-up menu 3 Select New Folder
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4 Enter a name for the new universe folder: Test Universes 5 Click OK to create the folder and close the Select a Universe Folder dialog 6 When you export a universe in development or test, be sure to select the appropriate folder from the Domain box After you have developed and tested your universe, you move it to production by exporting it to a folder that production users can access This may be the root directory, or it may be a subfolder for a particular group of users 1 First, always export the universe to the folder \Test Universes to ensure you maintain a copy in the repository that you can continue to use for development purposes 2 Re-export the same universe, but this time select the production folder Designer will warn you that you are exporting the universe to a different location and will prompt you to either copy the universe or move it
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