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The system alias of the BI iView is retained during the export and import procedures. You must define a system with an identical system alias in the consumer portal. Global Portal (Federated Portal) The concept of a global portal allows content from multiple portals to be virtually grouped together and published in one portal. You can use a global portal to integrate BI content from your BI Portal into an Enterprise Portal.
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BEx Analyzer Workbook as an iView in the Portal BEx workbooks are Microsoft Excel workbooks with one or more embedded BEx queries. You can display workbooks in the Portal as iViews. This would allow you the option to have a one-stop solution for a frontend for all of your users reporting needs. In the Portal the workbooks are displayed in a separate Microsoft Excel window. BEx Analyzer workbooks need the BEx Analyzer, which requires a local installation of the SAP GUI for Windows with the BI front end. A possible recommendation would be that you use BEx Web Applications in the Portal that run completely in the web browser. You could use the function Export as Excel 2000 File from the BEx Web Application context menu as an alternative to a local installation of the BI front end if you need to access the functions of Excel. If this is not possible an iView with a workbook can be generated using the Portal Content Studio or Role Upload. The iViews are of type SAP Transaction iView and have the code link com.sap.portal.appintegrator.sap and the next screen - Transaction. The important properties are System, Transaction Code (TCODE), and ApplicationParameter:
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The System property includes the alias on the BI system. The Transaction Code for every workbook is RRMXP. The value WBID=<WORKBOOK_ID> is in the ApplicationParameter property. You can determine the workbook ID with the BEx Analyzer by opening the desired workbook. In the design toolbar for the BEx Analyzer, choose Workbook Settings. The Workbook Settings dialog box includes the workbook ID in the upper field Name of Workbook. Note that with BEx Analyzer Workbooks as an iView, the AutoStart property contains the value True (also turn on the process first screen), the GuiType property contains the value WinGui and finally make sure that the property Technique has the value SAP Shortcut File turned on.
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workbooks with one or more embedded BEx queries. You can include a workbook that was stored as a precalculated document in Knowledge Management on a Portal page in the form of an iView. BEx Analyzer Workbooks as Precalculated Documents can be generated using the BEx Broadcaster. The precalculated documents with historic data are stored in Knowledge Management (not in the BI system). You can use the Portal Content Studio to create iViews with precalculated workbooks. The iViews are of type KM Document iView and have the code link com.sap.km.cm.docs. The most important property is the path to the document. You can use the KM-Content iView from the Content Administration Portal role to determine the path for the document.
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BI Documents in Knowledge Management as an iView The Repository Manager for BI documents and BI metadata allows the display of documents and metadata created in the BI system (especially the documentation for the metadata as well) using Knowledge Management (KM). The Repository Manager for BI Documents enables access to documents created in the BI system. The documents are broken down into three document classes: Metadata, Master Data, and InfoProvider Data (very much like our discussion around the document process in 7). The Metadata document class contains manually created documents on metadata. These documents are not the automatically generated documents from the Metadata Repository. In the Master Data document class are documents on characteristic values, such as images for personnel numbers, descriptions, and technical specifications for materials. The InfoProvider Data document class contains documents on a combination of characteristic values, such as comments on key figures. You can use the Data Warehousing Workbench to create the documents or you can create them in Web Applications. The Repository Manager for BI Metadata enables access to automatically generated HTML-based documents for metadata. The documents correspond to the information in the Metadata Repository in the Data Warehousing Workbench. You can also store BEx Web Applications or queries as documents or links in Knowledge Management using the BEx Broadcaster. In both cases, documents or links are created in Knowledge Management that represent BI content and that can be used to display and use the functions of Knowledge Management. The ability to support the data in the reports with unstructured information from documents has become more and more important as the key decision makers use information from outside of their core company data to make critical decisions. Keep the following points in mind:
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Displaying individual documents as iViews The documents can be displayed individually as iViews. For this display, an iView of type KM Document iView is required with the code link com.sap.km.cm.docs. You have to specify the most important property, the Path to Document or Link in KM. Using the KM Content iView from the Content Administration Portal role, you are able to determine the appropriate path to documents from the Repository Managers for BI documents and BI metadata and to precalculated documents or links from the BEx Broadcaster. The appropriate prefixes <BI_DOCUMENT_PREFIX> and <BI_META_DATA_ PREFIX> have to be included in the path to documents from the Repository Managers for BI documents and BI metadata. Displaying multiple documents in KM folders Multiple documents can be displayed in a KM folder. To do this, you create internal links to the corresponding BI documents in the KM folder of your choice. For example, you may want to add BI documents or the appropriate documentation on BI metadata to a KM folder in which you have stored precalculated documents and links from BEx Web Applications using the BEx Broadcaster. A KM folder is displayed using a KM Navigation iView with the code link com.sap .km.cm.navigation. The KM folders can be displayed in different layouts. The Layout Settings property determines which layout is displayed.
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Web Interface (from BW-BPS) as an iView in the Portal A Web interface (from BW-BPS) is a web-capable planning application of BW-BPS in the form of a Business Server Page Application (BSP application) that is created using the Web Interface Builder. This allows not only the
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