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Description Web-based BI application that is displayed as an iView in the Portal. BEx Web Applications are Web templates executed on the Web that are created using the BEx Web Application Designer. Document stored in a KM folder with historical data for a web-based BI application. Link to a web-based BI application with current data in a KM folder. Microsoft Excel workbook with one or more embedded queries displayed in a separate browser window as an iView in the Portal. (This is a very important point to make since the use of the BI Portal replaces the BEx Browser and the Portal can be the central access point for your reporting strategy. Therefore, you can access both the web-based reports and the BEx Analyzer Workbooks in the Portal.) Microsoft Excel workbook with one or more embedded queries stored as a document with historical data in a KM folder. Query displayed as a web-based BI application in a standard view as an iView in the Portal. This is a special form of a BEx Web Application. Link to a query with current data that is displayed in a standard view. The link is stored in a KM folder. Document with historical data for a query that is displayed in a standard view. The link is stored in a KM folder. A single document generated in BI (such as documentation on metadata) that is displayed as an iView in the Portal. The document or the link can be available in either Knowledge Management through the Repository Manager for BI documents and BI metadata or a precalculated BEx Web Application in Knowledge Management. Multiple documents and/or links from a folder in Knowledge Management are displayed with a KM Navigation iView. The documents and/or links in Knowledge Management can come from the BI system and other sources. The layout of a KM Navigation iView can be adapted using layout sets. Web-capable planning application of the BW-BPS that is displayed as an iView in the Portal. Various applications and tools from the BI system, such as the Data Warehousing Workbench, the BEx Quer y Designer, the BEx Web Application Designer, and the BEx Analyzer.
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TABLE 16-3 Options for Displaying BI Objects in the Portal
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BEx Web Application or Query as an iView in the Portal The BEx Web Applications and queries
displayed on the Web can be displayed as iViews in the Portal. A BEx Web Application or query as an iView can, together with other iViews, be part of a Portal page or can take up the complete content area. At execution there is a direct call of the BEx Web application or query in the BI system with which the current data is displayed. When the Portal cache is used, data updates can appear with a delay. An iView with a BEx Web Application or query can be generated using the BEx Web Application Designer, BEx Query Designer, or Portal Content Studio. The iViews are of the type BEx Web Application iView and have the following code link: com.sap.portal.appintegrator.sap.BWReport The two most important properties, System and BEx Web Application Query String, are set automatically for the BEx Web Application Designer and the BEx Query Designer. You need to enter these properties manually in the Portal Content Studio. The System property includes the alias on the BI system (see SAP Reference IMG _ SAP Customizing Implementation Guide _ SAP NetWeaver _ Business Intelligence _ Setting for Reporting and Analysis _ BEx Web _ Integration into the Portal _ Create a BI-System in the Portal). Table 16-4 shows the BEx Web Application Query String property values that must be used for SAP BI 7.0. The < > entries are placeholders that are to be replaced with the name of the required object. You can add more URL parameters for BI to the BEx Web Application Query String property (for example, to set filter values). The URL parameters are separated by an ampersand (&). You can use the Application Parameters property to transfer additional BI URL parameters.
BEx Web Application or Query as a Document or Link in KM You can include a BEx Web Application or query that is displayed on the Web as a precalculated document or link in Knowledge Management in the form of an iView on a Portal page. The precalculated documents with historic data are stored in Knowledge Management (not in the BI system). The links in BEx Web Applications or queries access the BI system indirectly through the Repository Manager for BI metadata and then display the current data. A BEx Web Application or query can be generated as a document with the BEx Broadcaster and as a link using the BEx Web Application Designer or the BEx Query Designer. The documents and links are only located in Knowledge Management (not in the BI system). You can use
BI Object Web Template Query Query View InfoProvider Report Value template=<TEMPLATE> query=<QUERY> initial_state=VIEW&initial_state-view=<VIEW> initial_state=INFOPROVIDER&initial_state-infoprovider=<INFOPROVIDER> report=<REPORT>
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