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Another approach to the management of the Information Broadcaster activities is to use the Broadcasting Administration Monitor. You can search for the broadcast settings and their schedules in Broadcasting Administration (transaction code RSRD_ADMIN) using various categories. You can edit them and delete settings that are no longer needed. The following illustration shows the initial screen of the Broadcasting Administration Monitor.
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You can also look for error analysis log entries and display them. The following functions are available for the administration of broadcast settings.
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You can select broadcast settings for which the properties are displayed in a list using various criteria (such as the technical name, description, last changed by, changed at, type of object concerned [query, query view, report, Web template, or workbook], distribution type, or output format). You can then select the broadcast settings in the list and you can manage these settings by displaying the schedules for the broadcast settings and navigate into the log display to analyze errors or delete schedules that are no longer required. You can change the broadcast settings that appear with the BEx Broadcaster in the web browser. Finally, you can delete the broadcast settings that are no longer required. The following illustration shows the initial screen for these activities.
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Schedules of Broadcast Settings
You can search for and display schedules of broadcast settings using various criteria (such as the technical name of the broadcast setting, the time/date it was created or of the last schedule, and the type of schedule). You can use this type of schedule to find, for example, all the schedules that were generated when data was changed in the InfoProvider, at a given time or date, or as a background job as a result of direct scheduling. The corresponding schedules are displayed in the list. You can select the schedules and work with the following functions: Log display You can display the last log of a schedule to, for example, analyze errors. Branch to broadcast setting display You can navigate from the schedules to the list of broadcast settings. Delete You can delete the broadcast settings that are no longer required. (A very useful option especially if many business users can actual create broadcast settings.) The following illustration shows the results of the use of the Schedules button.
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Log Display
You can display logs for particular periods and users that were produced in broadcasting to analyze, for example, errors. The following illustration shows this option via the Broadcast Administration Monitor. It is also possible to reorganize the bookmarks that were created implicitly in broadcasting via this screen. This can be seen as the last button on the screen. Therefore, the ability to get to all functionality is available via the Broadcast Administration Monitor.
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Monitoring the Sending of E-mails
You can monitor and test the distribution of content from BI by e-mail in transaction SAPconnect: Administration (System Status). You set up the mail server and maintain the e-mail addresses of the users in Master Data Maintenance. To do this, access the IMG via SAP Reference IMG _ SAP Customizing Implementation Guide _ SAP NetWeaver _ Business Intelligence _ Settings for Reporting and Analysis _ Settings for Information Broadcasting _ Set Up Mail Server. To complete this, perform routing tests, as follows: 1. In the BI system, choose transaction SAPconnect: Administration (System Status) (transaction code SCOT). 2. In the menu, choose Utilities _ Routing Test. The SAPconnect: Test Route screen appears. 3. Enter the required username for the BI system as the sender. 4. Choose INT (Internet mail address) as the recipient address type. 5. Enter the e-mail address of the BI user as the recipient address. You can view the address in User Maintenance (transaction code SU01). 6. In the menu, choose Routes _ Explain to test the routing and see explanations. To monitor send requests in the BI system, follow these steps: 1. Choose transaction SAPconnect: Administration (System Status) (transaction code SCOT). 2. In the menu, choose Utilities _ Overview of Send Orders. You can view the status of sent e-mails. On the Period, Send Status, Sender, and Options tab pages, you can enter the required selection criteria. If message number 672 (Waiting for Communication Service) is displayed in the status bar, the system is unable to output the send status Transmitted. In this case, check the selected settings in transaction SAPconnect: Administration (System Status) (transaction SCOT) by choosing Settings _ Confirmation of Receipt. Make sure that the option SAPconnect Does Not Expect Receipt Confirm for Internet Mail is selected. If you selected SAPconnect Expects Receipt Confirmations for Internet Mail, the recipients of the sent e-mails may not return a receipt confirmation. The system then displays message number 672.
Summary
As you can see, the functionality of the Information Broadcaster extends the ability of the BW system to distribute information, both structured and unstructured, far beyond the basic BW users and offers just about all the different processes available from both an SAP BW point of view and the company point of view for distributing information. This is one area that in prior versions of BW (3.5) was a bit lacking. However, with the addition of all this functionality in the Information Broadcaster and the use of additional tools such as the Adobe Printing option, as well as access to numerous external methods of distributing information, BW has come a long way toward accommodating just about all the needs of a company in the distribution of information. As you will see in chapter 16 on the Enterprise Portal (EP), along with the EP functionality, the Information Broadcaster can be the solution for much of a company s requirements for the distribution of data.
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