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.dbf extension. If the Geo Data Download (All) pushbutton is deactivated (gray), there is no master data for the InfoObject. If this is the case, download the texts for the InfoObject manually to get to the SAPBWKEY.
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Maintaining the SAPBWKEY Column You have now completed the downloading of the shape files to your local drive and have created a copy and downloaded BI master data into a dBase file. The SAPBWKEY is maintained in the dBase file with the extension .dbf. This file contains the attributes table. The process of maintaining the SAPBWKEY involves launching Microsoft Excel and choosing dBase Files (*.dbf) from the dropdown box in the Files of Type field. From the C:\SAPWorkDir directory, open the cntry200.dbf file. The attributes table from the shape file is displayed in an Excel worksheet. Repeat this procedure to show the BI master data file. This file shows you which values from the SAPBWKEY are used for which countries. Use the short description (0TXTSH column) to compare the two tables.
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to the SAP country key) for the Country characteristic. This is why the SAPBWKEY column in the cntry200.dbf file is already filled with the correct values. Copy the SAPBWKEY manually to the attributes table in the shape file if you are using a different country key or if you are working with characteristics for which the SAPBWKEY column has not been defined or is filled with invalid values. The following illustration shows a sample of the file you would get from the country shape file, with the areas and perimeters for the countries.
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The following illustration shows the file from the master data of our InfoObject with the SAPBWKEY assignment that we will fill into the column of the country shape file.
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If you are working with compounded characteristics, copy the complete SAPBWKEY for example, for region 01 compounded with country DE, copy the complete value DE/01. Do not under any circumstances change the sequence of the entries in the attributes table (for example, by sorting or deleting the rows). If you were to change the sequence of the entries, the attributes table would no longer agree with the index and the geometric files. When you have finished maintaining the SAPBWKEY column, save the attributes table in the shape file.
Uploading Edited Shape Files into BI Systems The last step is to attach the shape file set (.shp,
.shx, .dbf) to the InfoObject by uploading it into the Business Document Service (BDS) on the BI server. To accomplish this in the Business Explorer tabbed page, choose Upload Shape Files. The Business Document Service: File Selection dialog box appears. Select the .shp file and choose Open. The Business Document Service suggests entries for the filename, description, and so on, and allows you to enter keywords that will make it easier for you to find the file in the BDS at a later date. Choose Continue. The system automatically asks you to upload the .dbf and .shx files for the shape file. Once this is complete, you have uploaded the edited shape file into the BI system. You can now use the characteristic in the Business Explorer. Every user who works with a query that contains the geo-enabled InfoObject can now attach a map to the query and analyze the data on the map. The following illustration shows the result of accessing the uploading process from the Business Explorer tab.
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Once we have uploaded all three files to the BI master data and the Business Document Storage, we can access all three and confirm that they have been uploaded correctly. An example of the display of all three files is shown here.
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