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Another approach to this process would be to set up different objects that can be reused and combined to make a formatted reporting process. Many companies have different sets of standards for their Web Applications. Doing so helps new users adopt new analysis applications because the learning curve and maintenance process will be shorter if the reports follow the same patterns throughout the company. To assist with this process, you can create Web Application modules that can then be reused wherever needed in producing web templates. Common examples of these Web Application modules might be a corporate header with logo and text, disclaimer statements for corporate reports, standard headers or footers with common text elements, and standard button sets and images for common actions. Once a module is developed, it can be linked to another template with the Web Template web item, thus creating a template format for all to use. Therefore, the Web Template web item is the basis for this approach. This process is not difficult, and once you understand that this is a series of component WAD templates combined using the Web Template web item, you can probably set this option up or you may have already done this but didn t realize that the modular approach was the official terminology for this process. Generally speaking, when you set up a template to be used throughout the company, as long as the template stores generic components, there will be no issues with saving. If you are creating a modular application and there s a specific Data Provider, you can delete the Data Provider before saving and reattach the correct Data Provider at the time you use the template. The following illustration shows an example of this approach. As you can see, the header (corporate logo and text) and footer (Query Description, InfoProvider Description, and Last Data Update) can be set up to be consistent across all reports and thus reduce the time to develop queries and WAD templates. These are reusable templates for all companywide reports.
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As you can see, the functionality available via the BEx Web Analyzer is a bit different from that of the BEx Analyzer, but there s nothing discussed here that reinvents the wheel, so to speak. There are important differences in terms of navigation and some enhancements in functionality, but nothing that would cause the business user concern. The combination of both of the Analyzers allows the business user to choose between the two or use both, but not suffer any reduction in functionality or flexibility. Both of these front-end tools have come a long way, but it is fairly obvious that the future focus of business is getting information out on the Web and offering business users additional methods of receiving that information and getting to the required data to run their departments and divisions without having to support the heavy infrastructure of GUI-based reporting. Many corporations are putting their efforts behind enhancing the use of the Web and the thin-client format to get data out as quickly and effectively as possible. There is definitely much more in terms of configuring the options and functionality available within the WAD than was discussed in this chapter. As mentioned, the details of all the components and processes for the WAD would fill another book. There is so much functionality with the additional web items in the 7.0 version, plus the enhanced formatting and the use of JavaScript and XHTML, that creating any sort of web report or dashboard is certainly possible.
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Organizing Your Reports Enterprise Portal
his chapter discusses the uses the Enterprise Portal to organize, display, and structure all the reports generated by your company. This is the SAP-suggested approach to the final display of all the reports and queries that will be built for all levels of management and operational business users. This chapter begins with an overview of the Enterprise Portal and shows some examples of the final display options. You have seen some of these options in earlier chapters such as the Information Broadcaster and Visual Composer but we will review all of them here. Then we ll move into a bit more detail surrounding the linkage between the BI system and the Enterprise Portal and what basic steps you need to take to integrate the two components. This chapter doesn t go through all the functionality of the Enterprise Portal, nor is it intended to be a complete discussion of the configuration process for the Portal. We will stick as closely as possible to the portions of this component that deal with the BI system and not get bogged down in the details of the system or the actual application setup. In some areas we may have to go into additional details (for example, when discussing the functionality of the authorization process), but as a whole we will just keep to areas that pertain strictly to the subject matter of this book specifically the integration with BW. As you can see, this is the theme in chapters that are not directly linked to BI. After this discussion, we will cover the process involved in linking the two components in detail so that you have a good idea of how to get started. The information in this discussion will be broken down into sections that describe the integration from the Portal user s viewpoint as well as the viewpoint of administrators and authors who generate and publish the BI content. You will notice in this chapter s illustrations that a number of fields and indicators are not identified as we configure the Enterprise Portal (EP). There is much functionality available within the EP than we cannot cover here, and all of that is for another book.
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