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Based on BAPI This Virtual Provider is different from the DTP Virtual Provider because the transaction data is read for analysis and reporting from an external system using a BAPI (Business Application Program Interface) and not specifically from an SAP source. The BAPI-based option allows reporting using data from non-SAP systems. The external system transfers the requested data to the OLAP processor via the BAPI. This could be used by a company that wants to provide an access solution to its data for its SAP customers. When you start a query with a Virtual Provider, you trigger a data request with characteristic selections. The source structure is dynamic and is determined by the selections. For this type of Virtual Provider, a non-SAP system transfers the requested data to the OLAP processor using the BAPI. This Virtual Provider allows you to connect non-SAP systems that are not relational in nature. Because the transaction data is not managed by the SAP system, you must code an application or utilize one that was coded in support of this interface. The uses of this Virtual Provider include carrying out analyses on data in external systems without having to physically store transaction data in the BI system. You can, for example, use a Virtual Provider to include an external system from a market data provider. Because the transaction data is not managed in the BI system, you have very little administrative effort on the BI side and can save memory space. Figure 2-24 gives an example of the architecture for a Virtual Provider with BAPI functionality. When you use a Virtual Provider to analyze data, the data manager calls the Virtual Provider BAPI instead of an InfoProvider filled with data, and it transfers the parameters for the selections, characteristics, and key figures. The external system transfers the requested data to the OLAP processor. Based on Function Module The list of Virtual Providers ranges from the basic Virtual Provider to the complex Virtual Provider using a function module to gather the appropriate information from the source system to use for query display. The Virtual Provider with a user-defined function module reads the data in the Virtual Provider for analysis and reporting purposes. You have a number of options for defining the properties of the datasource more precisely. According to these properties, the data manager provides various function module interfaces for converting the parameters and data. These interfaces have to be implemented outside the BI system. You use this Virtual Provider if you want to display data from non-BI datasources in BI without having to copy the dataset into the BI structures. The data can be local or remote. You can also use your own calculations to change the data before it is passed to the OLAP processor. This Virtual Provider is used primarily in the SAP Strategic Enterprise Management (SEM) application for SEM-BCS reporting purposes. In comparison to other Virtual Providers, this one is more generic. It offers more flexibility, but also requires a higher implementation effort.
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FIGURE 2-24 Architecture for the use of a BAPI Virtual Provider
You specify the type of the Virtual Provider when you create it. If you choose Based on Function Module as the type for your Virtual Provider, an extra Detail pushbutton appears on the interface. This pushbutton opens an additional dialog box, in which you define the services. You enter the function module that you want to use as the datasource for the Virtual Provider. There are different default variants for the interface of this function module (these will not be discussed in this book due to the configuration process) and there are numerous options to support the function module selection conditions. These manage and control the processing of the data and whether the BI system or the external system will be in control. Figure 2-25 shows the final view of the Virtual Provider being configured.
InfoObjects as Virtual Providers This Virtual Provider can be used in a situation where you don t want to upload master data but rather can satisfy the requirements by reading the master data directly from the datasource. However, that direct access to data has a negative impact on query performance. As with other Virtual Providers, you have to decide whether direct access to data is actually useful in the specific case in which you want to use it. You can access data in the source system directly for this characteristic. Furthermore, you can create additional DTPs for the characteristic. If you create additional DTPs for the
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