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Maps help you with reporting geo-relevant data. By using the Map web item, you determine a geographical display in the BEx Web Application Designer for your businessoriented data for the Web Application. Geo-relevant InfoObjects are stored and maintained in the Metadata Repository. The master data for geo InfoObjects has geo-attributes. The assignment of geographical data to business data (mapping/geocoding) is carried out using an external tool: ArcView from ESRI (Environmental Systems Research Institute). Using maps to prepare and evaluate data of a geographical nature (characteristics such as customer, sales region, and country, for example) allows additional detailed analysis. Through the use of enhanced navigation options ( geographical drilldown ), regional information can be evaluated more easily at different levels of detail. In the initial process of using the Map web item and GIS, we need to do some configuration in the BW Data Warehouse. Therefore, we have some configuration to complete on the InfoObjects (specifically characteristics). Included in this process is work that needs to be done using the GIS toolset. Once this is complete, using the Map web item in conjunction with a query will do the trick. We will start here and work our way through the process, and you will see how easy it is to use this web item. To begin, we need to do some configuration of an InfoObject. This InfoObject needs to be defined as a geo-characteristic. This is done in the InfoObject Maintenance of the Administrator Workbench. In the listing of the InfoObjects, you need to select one that will be used to identify some sort of area or location. In this case, we will be using an InfoObject that is linked to the areas and regions of the world Country. With this InfoObject selected, we need to access the Business Explorer tab and indicate the desired type of geo-characteristic in the Geographical Type field, as shown next.
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In this scenario we will use a combination of functionality found on this tab. The following illustration shows the different options available for the geo-characteristic type. As you can see, this is identified using the Geographical Type context menu.
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The four different types of geo-characteristics are detailed in the following list. Notice that the initial two types and the latter two types are very similar in naming convention, which gives you a good idea as to functionality of each type. Static and dynamic geocharacteristics describe data with geographic relevance such as customers and countries. This geo-relevant data is represented and evaluated by maps. Static geo-characteristic A static geo-characteristic has geographic coordinates that describe a surface and do not often change. Country and region are examples of static geo-characteristics. Attributes of static geo-characteristics are defined by the geometry of surfaces whose data is stored in shape files. For this type you can use shape files (country borders, for example) to display the characteristic on a map in the Business Explorer. Dynamic geo-characteristic A dynamic geo-characteristic has geographic coordinates that change more frequently and describe a place or location. Customers and workplaces are examples of dynamic geo-characteristics because they are settled at a geographic point, which can be described by an address. Therefore, this type would make it possible, for example, to display customers as a point on a map. The address data of these characteristics is subject to frequent changes. The geographic coordinates of the appropriate object are stored for each line in the master data table. Table 13-4 shows the geographic coordinates included in a geo-attribute.
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NOTE At present, only the attributes Longitude and Latitude are used. Altitude, PreciseID, and
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SRCID are reserved for future use. If you change the geographic type of a characteristic to No Geo-Characteristic, these attributes in the InfoObject definition are deleted.
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