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visualization of all information is ensured by the use of BW database structures and the requirements and expectations on reporting. This data can be from both SAP and non-SAP sources and is extracted and uploaded into the SAP BW system. One of the fastest approaches to implementing SAP BW is the use of Standard Business Content (SBC), which is composed of preconfigured models based on best business practices from all the different industries that have implemented the SAP systems. All of this content can be used by any of the industries and can be adapted to individual enterprise requirements. As shown in Figure 1-10, the structures available in the SBC of SAP BW consist of roles, workbooks, queries, InfoCubes, InfoObjects, InfoSources, Update Rules, Transformation Rules, and many other objects. We will be looking specifically at the SBC for the reporting process in 14 of this book. The Standard Business Content (SBC) is shipped as an add-on to the SAP BW system. The documentation provides detailed information on the Business Content of the individual applications. The distinct advantage of the Business Content is that it is based on a data model process and you can activate all required and related objects at the same time. Therefore, you can set up and demo the functionality of BW quickly and easily.
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Knowledge Management (KM) enables users to access all sorts of internal and external content via intelligent search functions. The functionality of the KM system allows users to publish documents, browse, classify, or manage content. The publication cycle of documents can be controlled by means of online communication or workflow functions found in KM. Access to information is controlled by means of authorization profiles. The two major areas are Content Management, which supports the life cycle of documents from creation to
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FIGURE 1-9 The Three-Level Architecture of the SAP BW
archiving, and Search & Classification, which allows full-text searching across all types of documents and enables their automatic classification.
Master Data Management
The last area is the integration of master data via Master Data Management (MDM). When an enterprise stores master data in different locations and systems at the same time, this can lead to redundancies and variances, which might significantly disrupt business processes. SAP MDM enables you to create master data that is uniform across the enterprise and to distribute it to different dependent systems. SAP MDM uses the technological basis of the SAP Exchange Infrastructure (SAP XI) to distribute the data. Not only does it distribute the data, but for new master data, it checks whether identical master data objects are already available and generates comprehensive information duplicates, which can in turn be transferred into the SAP BW or used in analyses. This reduces data management costs and significantly simplifies the correction of data errors. Figure 1-11 shows that MDM is able to help by Offering to generate content that is consolidated. Working to harmonize the master data. Having an identified location for the Central Master Data Management.
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SAP BW: Standard Business Content
Process Integration
At the Process Integration level, the system offers the ability to implement cross-system business processes, with the help of the SAP Exchange Infrastructure (SAP XI). Within the overall architecture of SAP NetWeaver, SAP XI takes care of the process integration. It enables the connection of SAP and non-SAP systems from different suppliers in different versions on different platforms whether it is Java, ABAP, or any other source system. SAP XI is based on an open architecture, mainly used for open standards (specifically for XML and Java) and offers services that are essential in a heterogeneous and complex system infrastructure, such as a runtime infrastructure for exchanging messages, configuration options for controlling business processes and the flow of messages, as well as options for transforming message content between sender and receiver. Basically, the SAP Exchange Infrastructure includes System Landscape Directory This is where the system landscapes are mapped. Integration Repository This repository stores all the required interfaces entered in the design phase. These are used for mapping the master data and checking the format of the data to be exchanged. Configuration phase During this phase, the mappings completed in the Integrated Repository are assigned to each other based on the system infrastructure and business processes in question. Once this is complete, the application content is transferred from the sender to the receiver via messages in a freely definable XML structure.
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