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Just below these options is the field for the link to the Enterprise Portal. Notice the title of the dialog box: Export to Portal Content Directory (PCD) as iView. Basically, this screen helps link the two objects together. Also, notice that the Folder Name field is grayed out so that information cannot be manually assigned. However, using the F4 dropdown help, we can locate the appropriate folder in the Portal Directory and use this for the connection. The following illustration shows the results of using the F4 dropdown function. This shows the different folder structures available in the Enterprise Portal.
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Depending on the authorizations assigned, the administrator will be able to assign this particular component to the Portal. Once the appropriate folder is found, use the Transfer button to transfer the folder to the PCD screen. This result is shown here.
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Once the folder shows on the PCD screen, use the Execute button to complete the process. The following illustration shows the results.
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A notification is generated to show that the object has been assigned to the appropriate folder in the Portal Content directory. The final verification that this process has worked is to access the Portal Content directory and confirm it. The following illustration shows the results as well as the query we assigned to the EP Content directory.
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Once this is complete, we begin the process of organizing, formatting, and setting up the administration of the reports. Access via the BEx Report Designer is very similar. The initial screen from the BEx Report Designer is shown here. Use the Report | Publish | To Portal command to link the Report Designer report to the Portal. Once this is complete, a similar dialog box appears. From here, the process is exactly the same as before.
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The results of linking the Report Designer and the Portal are shown here.
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The process for the Web Application Designer is the same. From the WAD, use the Web Template | Publish | To Portal command to create the link, as shown in the first of the following illustrations. On the resulting screen, shown next, the request for the folder assignment to the Portal is required.
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Finally, we need to touch on access from the BEx Information Broadcaster. This has actually been detailed in 12, but as a reminder it is shown in the following illustration. This shows the access point for the Enterprise Portal from the BEx Information Broadcaster. The Distribution Type setting controls this activity.
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Once this step is complete, the objects for any of the different reporting tools are now available in the Enterprise Portal and can be linked to a Portal page, folder, and/or role to be distributed and displayed in the EP. Each of these reports can be either dynamic or static views in the Portal. Therefore, review with your business user the requirements for each report so that they can be linked using the appropriate connection.
Components of the Enterprise Portal
The Enterprise Portal has numerous components, so we will keep as close to the list of components required by BI as possible.
Business User and the Enterprise Portal
This section explains integration from the Portal user s viewpoint. The Portal desktop is the central complete view of the Enterprise Portal for the business user. It refers to the entire
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portal screen, including content and layout. As shown in the following illustration, the Portal desktop is divided into three main areas: header area, navigation panel, and content area.
Header Area Masthead Tools Top-Level Navigation Bar Page Title Bar Navigations Panel Detailed Navigation Dynamic Navigation iView 2 Related Links Content Area Page 1 Page 2 iView 1 iView 4
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The integration of BI content in the Portal involves the Portal Content Directory area in particular. In addition, the navigation panel offers a number of options for the integration of BI content. The BI content objects included in the content area of the Portal are: BEx Web Application as an iView Precalculated BEx Web Applications as a Document in Knowledge Management BEx Web Applications as a Link in Knowledge Management BEx Analyzer workbooks BI documents Web interface (from BW-BPS) A BEx Web Application as an iView object shows the current data for the BI report. From a technical viewpoint, a direct call of the BEx Web Application occurs in the BI system. You can combine the BEx Web Application as part of a Portal page with other iViews from other systems as an iView. You can change the properties of the iView so that BI bookmarks or BEx queries can be displayed.
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