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Table 17-1 lists the connector and the access they provide.
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Relational (OLTP) BI JDBC Sun s JDBC, the standard API for RDBMS SAP Query Over 200 JDBC drivers (examples include DB2, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, and Microsoft Access) SAP operational applications (InfoSets from transaction SQ02) Multidimensional (OLAP) BI ODBO Microsoft s OLE DB for OLAP, industry-standard OLAP API for Windows MS XMLA, Web Services based access to OLAP providers SAP RFC and SAP BW WebAPI OLE DB for OLAP-compliant datasources (examples include MS Analysis Services, MS PivotTable Services, and SAP BW indicator on the BEx Query Designer) Platform-independent access to OLAP datasources (examples include SAP BW 3.x, MS Analysis Services, Hyperion, MicroStrategy) SAP BW queries, query views, and InfoObjects
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Use of Business Packages for BI
One of the Standard Business Content components of the Visual Composer is the delivery of a series of business packages for a number of different industries. Over 25 business packages are available for your use. These business packages offer you the ability to immediately have different scenarios available with very little configuration in the VC component. These offer you the different functions within VC immediately grouped together based on best business practices specific to your industry. In addition to having the functionality of the VC preconfigured, you also have the specific InfoProvider that each of the business packages reference, as shown next. As you can see, a number of industry solutions are covered. Each of these models is broken down into specific applications and descriptions of what each application offers you for reporting purposes.
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The following illustration shows the business package, the level required for the system configuration, the technical name of the application, and the specific InfoProviders that support these functions. These business packages can be downloaded via the SAP website under Downloads and Installations and Upgrades.
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Integration Point for VC and BI
Once the VC system has been configured and the business packages are installed, we can move into the actual configuration of a model to be used by our business user. As we go through this process, keep in mind that this should be a toolkit that some of your power users and business users can comfortably configure and compile to create their own reports and analysis on the fly. We start by logging on to the Visual Composer website. Once the Visual Composer loads up to the Web, we can immediately create a model by using the menu path Model_Create Model. This generates a field where you enter a technical name for the model. Once this is complete, you will have entered into the Storyboard screen. The next step is to create an iView. From the Storyboard, either drag and drop the iView
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component onto the Storyboard or double-click it. For the example, the iView is labeled BWUSER_BW_CHART, as shown next.
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We will be using the data from a specific query to develop this basic chart from the Visual Composer side. Now, using the context menu from the iView object, choose Drill Down and move down to the iView level for additional configuration, as shown here.
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The following illustration shows the drilldown state for additional configuration. Also, on the right side of the screen, notice that the system we have chosen is SAP_BW and the Look For option uses a BW query. In addition to the BI Integration Wizard, this is another approach to linking the Visual Composer to BI.
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We are looking for a query with the initial technical name of 0CDM. We can do a wildcard search to find this, as shown next. Also shown is the list of options under the Look For field. The use of all these options is very important. With this tool the business user can start from scratch using the InfoCube, query, view, and other options to find the specific BW object required. This means that the business user can directly access the tables rather than needing a query.
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