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The Report Designer is a component of the Enterprise Reporting strategy in SAP BI. The Enterprise Reporting component is composed of the Report Designer, the Web Item Report (found in the WAD), PDF reporting (printed views of the reports), and the basic formatting of the reports (called row patterns or BI patterns). The BEx Report Designer and the Web Item Report enable simple integration of Enterprise Report Design and Web Application Design, and the results are displayed in the BEx Web as well. The following illustration shows the positioning of the Report Designer functionality within the overall reporting architecture.
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NOTE The reports created with the BEx Report Designer are optimized for presentation and
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printing, and have only limited navigation options for data analysis (such as setting filter values). You can use the BEx Analyzer, the Web Application, and the Web Analyzer for the Business Explorer for free multidimensional data analysis. With the Report Designer, SAP provides a user-friendly design tool that you can use to create formatted reports that are optimized for presentation and print. You can also access a number of formatting and layout functions. Reports created in the BEx Report Designer can be converted to PDF documents using the connected Adobe server and then printed. You can also use the information-broadcasting functions and broadcast reports. The following illustration shows an overview of the Report Designer, including the PDF and Web functionality.
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I normally like to start with a review of the final results when using the specific component of the SAP reporting process. In the following illustrations, the formatting will be the primary concern and the navigational capabilities will be secondary. The next illustration shows a basic report that has been developed in the Report Designer. The basic setup of a Report Designer report is discussed a bit later in this chapter. For now, just know that one of the requirements to work in the Report Designer is to have an existing query for an InfoProvider. Initially only four options appear at the top of the report Information, Send, Print Version, and, last but not least, Filter. The functionality in each of these items is discussed later, but as mentioned, the navigational capabilities of the other components of the BEx Web Analyzer are not available (standard) with the template for the Report Designer. In this report, a basic formatting process is used to move the months to a more balanced view for the end user. Therefore, rather than having the full year straight down the left side of the query/workbook, we have moved the last 6 months to the right side for a balanced view of the data. The color scheme and the additional enhancements in the font size and coloring are also options in the Report Designer. Now we are faced with the same situation as with the BEx Analyzer and the BEx Query
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Because the navigational capabilities are limited, the following illustration shows the use of an additional formatting process to bring in a breakdown of the information by product line and channel (see the lower portion of the screen). The coloring and font sizing have been adjusted to meet the needs of the business user, the results rows have been deleted from the report, and the product lines are used as headings for the channels that appear below them, with the total for incoming orders and sales volume.
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Another view of the same report data might involve the use of a hierarchy in the report. In the following illustration we see that the hierarchy is used in the Report Designer and presented on the Web with the additional enhancements of color, font sizing, formatting adjustments, and different color schemes for each of the hierarchy levels. Also, notice that the fonts for the levels changes at level 4 (the lowest level node). Therefore, the font can be managed at each level of a report.
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