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This opens the dialog box for text options. Here, we have the four different options of language-dependent and independent text, as shown next.
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By choosing the option Language-Dependent Text Stored in Table, we can use text in the different languages that have been stored, as shown next.
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Another easy option we can access from this screen is the ability to insert images. If needed, we can add a company logo or divisional logo, or even just some background color that is specific to the customer. Graphic files with the extensions .bmp, .jpg, and .gif can be used. The initial step is to access the Mime Repository (transaction code SE80) and go to the location where customer images are stored (SAP _ BW _ Customer _ Images). Here, we can insert or upload our images. Once that is complete, we use the context menu again to access
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the option to insert an image. We will then be able to insert our image in the appropriate location in the WAD template, as shown here.
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Another available option that will make a big impact on your WAD templates with little effort on your part is the use of themes. Because all BI Web Applications are displayed on the NW Portal, the portal themes are used to apply HTML-like styles to the objects in the Web Application. Prior to NW 7.0 (2004S) BI, a cascading style sheet was assigned to each web template. Therefore, the portal themes are replacing the cascading style sheets. These portal themes serve the same purpose, but are created and maintained with the Theme Editor in the NW Portal. These themes are in turn assigned to a portal desktop, which is a collection of parameters that define the look and feel of the specific portal environment. Portal users are then assigned to the portal desktop, and the appropriate Web Applications, as they are executed, will take on the look defined by the connected portal theme. In the WAD, it is possible to override the styles from the portal theme for any of the tags in your web template. You can directly assign text a specific font, color, and size using the context menu. Once you access the context menu, choose the Tag <TD> properties to display the Edit HTML dialog box, where you can access any of the CSS styles from the CSS Style tab. Based on all this configuration that can be accomplished directly from the context menu, it s definitely something that you don t want to overlook while configuring and implementing the WAD component.
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Another new function is the use of commands and the use of the Command Wizard to create web-based activities. I believe that this is an outgrowth of the need to have more flexibility for using the different functions within the WAD and to develop and display some existing components in a different manner while having additional flexibility to develop new functionality. We ve seen the command setup process in a number of chapters up to this point. We used something similar to this in the development of the functionality of the BEx Analyzer and the use of workbooks and commands embedded into the dropdown objects and button groups. We will also use this functionality in the process of configuration of the Integrated Planning in the BEx Analyzer. Therefore a basic comment about this functionality is only warranted at this point. As you go through the process of using the Command Wizard, notice some of the overlap of the items that we can create commands for and the fact that they are already in the context menu of a particular Web API or available in the BEx Web Analyzer. Because some of the functionality overlaps, it all comes down to what the business user is more comfortable using the context menu or a button on the screen. The additional flexibility of the command process allows developers to extend the navigational and processing power of web items without having to immediately go to developing JavaScript programs. This offers much more flexibility for the developers and the business users. The combination of the Web Design API functionality and embedding the command option into it offers the ability to enhance web templates, web items, Data Providers and planning application commands. These commands extend the interaction and capabilities of objects to enhance the integration of web-based analysis objects. The Command Wizard is the main tool for creating commands from the Web Design API. You can use it to create commands easily by following a step-by-step procedure and include them in your web template. This enables you to create highly individual Web Applications with BI content. In the Command Wizard, all the parameters available for each command are listed so that they can also be set directly there. You also see a description for each command and each parameter directly in the Command Wizard. The Command Wizard is part of the Web Application Designer and does not require any additional installation. You usually call the Command Wizard in the Web Application Designer from the web item parameter Action (Command Triggered) (ACTION). If you insert a hyperlink into the web template, you can also call the Command Wizard in the dialog box that follows with the button next to the text-entry field. This functionality is embedded into numerous web items, including Button Group, Dropdown Box, Web Item, Menu Bar, and Group, to name a few. One of the most popular areas for this functionality is the Button Group, which offers individual buttons for each command assigned. The Web Design API enables you to create commands for any Data Providers, planning applications, web items, and web templates. Any context menu navigation can be replaced with a command that offers the ability to develop a step-by-step view of querying on different reports. So rather than having the business user work through a context menu driven drilldown, they can use a series of buttons from the Button Group with commands executing in the system. Commands can also help with the parameterization of different web items. The Web Design API tool is accessible from anywhere that a command is relevant, and it guides the user through the necessary parameters without the need to master HTML or XHTML syntax.
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