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A tremendous amount of information has been offered in this chapter, basically completing our discussion of the functionality of the BEx Analyzer, both for queries and workbooks. Using this functionality will open quite a few new doors for you during the creation of your reporting strategies. All the information presented in this chapter involves new BW 7.0 functionality that has enabled the BEx Analyzer to keep pace with the functionality offered by web-based queries both web queries and Web Application Template queries. This new functionality has offered the business user who is working with the BW system much of the requested upgrades for front-end flexibility and usability in the Excel process. With these capabilities and the use of the Report Designer functionality, the user can develop any type of formatted reporting via the BEx Analyzer.
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he Report Designer is another new component of the BI Front-end Strategic Reporting Tools. This is one item that has been lacking in the BI environment for quite some time. With the combination of the BEx Analyzer functionality and the Report Designer toolset, the ability to create customized reports has been completely revamped, and the increased functionality for the BEx Analyzer, the web-based query, and printing should come as a pleasant surprise to business users. In this chapter the focus is on the initial setup and process of using the Report Designer. We will begin by reviewing the results of a report using the Report Designer functionality and discuss the positioning of the Report Designer in the corporate reporting strategy. Then we ll move into the basic settings and configuration process within this toolset. Finally, we ll work through a basic Report Designer process to create a basic formatted report.
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One of the common questions I ve heard during my consulting and instructional activities is, When will the formatted reporting capabilities that are in R3/ECC be available in the BI environment This question has finally been answered. With the functionality in Report Designer and the BEx Analyzer, the formatted report is available and in full force. The Report Designer is in its first incarnation within the BI 7.0 environment, but the functionality is quite good and can offer many different options when it comes to creating formatted reports for printing or execution on the Web. As we all know, sometimes the format and the look and feel of a report can make or break a project. The one report that the key business user sees is critical to the success of the project and the final signoff of the results. If this is the situation you are currently involved in, using the Report Designer might just help you get over that hump and complete the project. With the use of BW and the queries and reports, which are being generated from the consolidated data stored in the BW InfoProviders, you can develop reports for external use, such as for reporting the corporate profit/loss and balance sheet statements. The formatting and display of the information has become more and more important. Many times a specific report book is required to be developed at period end for the corporate headquarters, and
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