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front end holds a very important position in the architecture of the reporting strategy. With a web-based strategy, the ability to distribute the information from a report increases two-fold. The business user is given access to information via a thin front end a web screen rather than having to have access to the GUI version of the workbook or query. Access to other third-party systems (in addition to access to the BW system) via the Web is available and more easily obtained. Figure 15-1 shows the positioning of the web-based front end in the reporting strategy of SAP. For the most part, the discussion so far has been about the BEx Analyzer, but if you look closely when you save a query, you ll notice a web-based query is created automatically. The following illustration shows the final result of a save operation in the Query Designer. A query developed in the BEx Query Designer has a format available for the BEx Analyzer front end (Excel based) and also the BEx Web Analyzer (web based). As you can see, we have saved this query in the Favorites folder, but we also have the option to store the query in a role, another folder option. Both options make the query available for publishing to the SAP Enterprise Portal.
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You have several options to access the BEx Web Analyzer. As mentioned, any query created using the BEx Query Designer automatically is saved as a web-based query and is available for reporting using the BEx Web Analyzer. From an existing query that has been executed, you can access any BI data provider via the New button. This will be reviewed in the next section during our discussion of the toolbar buttons. Here are the other options for accessing the BEx Web Analyzer: From the BEx Analyzer, the BEx Web Analyzer can be accessed via the menu bar (BEx Analyzer | Tools | BEx Web Analyzer). The following illustration shows this approach.
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From the BEx Query Designer, you can access the BEx Web Analyzer from the menu bar (Query | Execute). This will execute the query directly to the Web. The following illustration shows this approach. Access can also be obtained using the Execute icon.
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The following illustration shows the initial format of the query we will be using. In terms of key figures, the Sales Volume and Incoming Orders will work for the moment. For characteristics, we will use Division and Distribution Channel, as listed in the rows. Sold-to
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party is used for the free characteristic, and we have a restriction on Sales Organization for characteristic value 1000. This will be all we need to work through the functionality of the BEx Web Analyzer.
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The initial view of the executed web query is shown in the following illustration. Division and Distribution Channel are in the Rows of the report, and the Sold-To Party is in the Free Characteristics area.
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Once the query is displayed on the Web, it is embedded automatically into a standard web template for ad-hoc analysis that corresponds to the Web Analyzer. You can call the standard web template for the ad-hoc analysis from the following BEx tools:
Tools Query Designer Web Application Designer Path for Call Choose Display Query on the Web from the menu bar of the Query Designer. Choose Tools | BEx Web Analyzer, or Web Template | Execute.
From a technical viewpoint, the standard web template for ad-hoc analysis and display of the Web Analyzer is based on the template 0ANALYSIS_PATTERN. This template can be set by default for ad-hoc analysis in the SAP Reference IMG under SAP NetWeaver | Business Intelligence | Setting for Reporting and Analysis | BEx Web | Setting Standard Web Templates. You can copy this web template to make changes and set it as your new default web template for ad-hoc analysis in the IMG. The default web template for ad-hoc analysis is provided in the SAP delivery version (D version). Therefore, you can change it in the active version (A version) as required. However, a recommendation may be that you make changes to and edit the template in a copy unless you will be using the changes for the entire company then change the A version of 0ANALYSIS_PATTERN.
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