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Summary
In the rush to meet your BI project deadlines, it s easy to skip the steps of documentation, quality assurance, and usage monitoring So easy in fact, that it seldom happens! Yet for a mission-critical business intelligence solution, these tasks are essential Quality assurance reviews help foster knowledge throughout the BI competency center and ensure a consistent design approach across development teams Usage monitoring provides a mechanism for scaling your deployment in a controlled way and predicting potential performance issues
Reporting and Analysis
CHAPTER 23 Complex Queries
PART
CHAPTER 17 Navigating InfoView CHAPTER 18 Working with Documents CHAPTER 19 Analyzing the Data CHAPTER 20 Creating a New Query CHAPTER 21 Advanced Report and Chart Formatting CHAPTER 22 Formulas and Variables CHAPTER 24 Desktop Intelligence
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CHAPTER
Navigating InfoView
art I of this book lays the groundwork for implementing BusinessObjects XI, and Part II provides information for universe designers and administrators to build a business-oriented solution Part III is for end users who need to access information to make decisions and improve business performance The chapters in this section of the book are organized by workflow, starting with decision-makers or report consumers who access published reports If you are a power user or report author, then you may want to start with 20 to begin building new queries
Logging In to InfoView
InfoView is Business Objects portal solution It allows you to interact with the BusinessObjects XI content and applications The repository allows you to store BI content generated by one of the user interfaces (such as Web Intelligence, Crystal Reports, Desktop Intelligence, Dashboard Manager) or other documents such as Word, Excel, and PDF files, making it a powerful tool for managing business performance To log in to InfoView, you only need a browser and a web site address or URL No additional software needs to be installed on your PC You access InfoView by entering a URL or in some deployments, by selecting a link via a corporate intranet The default URL for the JSP version is
http://servername:8080/businessobjects/enterprise115/desktoplaunch/InfoView/logon/logondo
For the ASP version:
http://servername/businessobjects/enterprise115/InfoView/logonaspx
where servername is the name of the BusinessObjects Enterprise server
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Part III:
Reporting and Analysis
When you log in to InfoView, the server first validates your user ID and password Your user ID and password may be specific to BusinessObjects XI or may be determined by another authentication source These other authentication sources may be the same as your LAN login or a third-party directory server that you use for all corporate applications Before beginning the login process, ensure you know the correct authentication source
1 Under System, the default Central Management Server (CMS) will appear If you have multiple BusinessObjects implementations, enter the name of the CMS in the System box 2 Enter your user name in the box provided When authenticating against BusinessObjects Enterprise, this is not case sensitive 3 Enter your password For security purposes, this is displayed as asterisk as you enter each character (*) Your password may be case sensitive and may be a combination of characters and numbers 4 Choose the authentication source from the drop-down box Enterprise is the default and refers to the BusinessObjects Enterprise repository If your administrator has enabled authentication to be the same as your LAN login, choose Windows NT 5 Click Log On The first time you log in to InfoView, you may be prompted to change your password, as shown in the following illustration You also will receive this prompt if the BusinessObjects Enterprise administrator requires you to change your password on a periodic basis, for example, every 90 days
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