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This is a basic example of setting up the necessary links between the EP and BW to enable the reports, queries, workbooks, and documents to use the functionality of the Enterprise Portal for displaying strategic information for the business users.
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This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the Enterprise Portal and only the portion that deals with the BI content. In addition to integration with BI, the Enterprise Portal can support the integration of reports from ECC, R3, and other non-SAP systems. A tremendous amount of additional, very detailed information exists for the different methods used in connecting and integrating the Enterprise Portal and BI. You can access this information in the SAP websites. Trying to hold the discussion to just the integration of the Enterprise Portal and BI is difficult because the KM system and other functionality is required to make all parts work together, but the basic functionality and configuration offer you the ability to execute these specific steps to make BW work in the Enterprise Portal. In many cases, companies already have some sort of intranet or Internet process for communication, so a set communication strategy likely already exists. The Enterprise Portal and BW can fit nicely into that architecture, and the Enterprise Portal can be one of the additional tabs on your corporate website.
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fter all the information we ve reviewed, the new concepts still keep coming. This chapter focuses on the functionality behind the Integrated Planning (IP) component of BI 7.0 and the Visual Composer. In both cases, we will be reviewing just the specifics of the integration between these two components and the BW environment. These two components are highlighted in this chapter because they are extensions of the basic BW query process. There are a number of other options when it comes to extending the functionality of BW, such as the use of Crystal Reporting, but these two components have really taken off and are being used quite extensively in many customer implementations. They are very different in terms of results and uses, and we will discuss the basic functionality and outcome of each in more detail in this chapter. It is important to understand that the Visual Composer (VC) is an additional component within the NetWeaver platform and is not delivered with BW. On the other hand, Integrated Planning is a part of the BW environment and is delivered with BW. The Visual Composer is a component of the xApps Analytics, and it allows you to compose model-based and analytical based applications in a flexible way, without manual coding. With VC, you create pattern-based or freestyle user interfaces using simple drag-and-drop services and then define the data flow between them. Because VC is model driven, you can compose an application without having to write a single line of code. This is the best part of this component. It allows people like you and me to create incredible front-end functionality without doing any coding at all. When a model is deployed, SAP NetWeaver VC translates the model into the required code for the application. SAP Visual Composer provides a development environment for rapidly creating and adapting modelbased transactional and analytical applications. It has been designed to enable business analysts to create enterprise applications using standardized components that meet SAP
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