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TABLE 13-4 Geo-Attributes of a Dynamic Geo-Characteristic
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Dynamic geo-characteristic with values from attribute To avoid the need to geo-code each dynamic geo-characteristic separately, a dynamic geo-characteristic can take its geo-attributes from another geo-coded dynamic characteristic for example Postal Code. Examples of this type of geo-characteristic are customers and cities. This geo-characteristic is treated in the system like a regular dynamic geo-characteristic, which describes a place or location. On the database level, the master data table is not extended by the geo-attributes specified previously. Instead, the geo-coordinates of a regular attribute of a characteristic are stored in the master data table. Therefore, if you want to set up a dynamic geo-characteristic for a workplace that as a postal code, the geo-coordinates are generated at runtime from the postal code master data table. Static geo-characteristic with geo-attributes A static geo-characteristic can refer to a geo-characteristic of type 3, which possesses geo-attributes such as length, height, and width. For example, you can use the postal code as an attribute of a dynamic geo-characteristic, and it receives its coordinates from this attribute. Therefore, the map reference for the business partner on its level is stored by the postal code areas. With Business Content, SAP NetWeaver BI delivers a range of geo-characteristics. Table 13-5 through Table 13-8 show the most important delivered geo-characteristics. To display BI data geographically, you must create a link between this data and the respective geographical characteristic. This process is called mapping geo-relevant characteristics. The geographical information about geographical boundaries of areas that are displayed using static geo-characteristics is stored in shape files. In the shape file, a BI-specific attribute called the SAPBWKEY is responsible for connecting an area on the map with the corresponding characteristic value in BI. This attribute matches the characteristic value in the corresponding
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Technical Name 0APO_LOCNO 0TV_P_LOCID TABLE 13-6 Dynamic Geo-Characteristics
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BI master data table. This process is called SAPBWKEY maintenance for static geo-characteristics. You can use ArcView GIS or other software that has functions for editing dBase files to carry out the SAPBWKEY maintenance (Microsoft Excel, for example). With data in point form that is displayed using dynamic geo-characteristics, geographical data is added to BI master data. The process of assigning geographical data to entries in the master data table is called geocoding. You can execute the geocoding with the help of the ArcView GIS from ESRI software. As well as geocoding, ArcView also offers a large number of functions for special, geographical problems that are not covered by SAP NetWeaver Business Intelligence. ArcView enables you to create your own maps for example, a map of your sales regions. When you buy SAP NetWeaver BI, you receive a voucher that you can use to order ArcView GIS from ESRI. The installation package also contains a CD developed specially by SAP and ESRI. The CD contains a range of maps covering the whole world in various levels of detail. All maps on this data CD are optimized already for use with SAP NetWeaver BI. The .dbf files for the maps already contain the column SAPBWKEY, which is predefined with default values. For example, the world map (cntry200) contains the usual values from the SAP system for countries in the SAPBWKEY column. Therefore, you can use the map immediately to evaluate your data geographically. Therefore, you do not have to maintain the SAPBWKEY. To use the static geo-characteristics, you must use a set of shape files. The structure of the shape files is as follows: .shp Geo-data that forms the map
.shx Geo-index to reduce map access time .dbf Attributes for the geo-element, such as countries and regions These shape files help with the structure of the different shapes and sizing. Static geo-characteristic are connected to shape file map coordinates using the SAPBWKEY. With the integration of this SAPBWKEY and the shape files, the query will show the information transferred to areas on a map.
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