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To display dynamic geo-characteristics as points on a map, you have to determine the geographic coordinates for every master data object. The master data table for dynamic geocharacteristics is, therefore, extended with a number of standard geo-attributes such as Longitude and Latitude. The process of loading these attributes to the BI master data tables of dynamic geo-characteristics is very similar to that of the static geo-characteristics. You go through the same downloading of the master data and the mapping process with the SAPBWKEY, although the mapping, in addition to the SAPBWKEY, is for attributes such as Longitude and Latitude.
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Downloading BI Master Data into a dBase File The first step in SAPBWKEY maintenance for dynamic geo-characteristics and their geocoding is to download the BI master data table into a dBase file. This process is exactly the same as before, but we are using a different type of InfoObject, such as Customer or Vendor instead of Country or ZIP Code. Once you have executed the Download All option, the process changes.
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master data upload, choose Geo Data Download (Delta). The geo-data has to be downloaded in the delta version before you execute the realignment run for the InfoObject. Otherwise, the delta information is lost. The system asks you to select a geo-attribute that you want to include in the dBase file. The system only displays those attributes that were defined as geo-relevant, such as Country or Region. The proposed filename is made up of the technical name of the characteristic and the .dbf extension.
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Geocoding Using ArcView GIS Using geocoding, you enhance dynamic geo-characteristics from BI master data with the geographical attributes degrees of longitude and degrees of latitude. To begin, in ArcView GIS you can execute many commands easily from the context menu. To open the context menu, select an element and click it with the secondary mouse button. Then select Programs _ ArcGIS ArcCatalog. Under Address Locators, double-click the entry New Address Locator. Then, in the Create New Address Locator window, select the entry Single Field (File) and click OK. In the New: Single Field (File) Address Locator window, enter the name of the service and the description (for example, Geocoding Service SoldTo). Under Reference data, enter the path for the reference shape file (for example, g_stat00.shp), and from the Fields dropdown menu, select the most appropriate entry (in this case, SAPBWKEY). Under Output Fields, activate the control box X and Y Coordinates. Then in the navigation menu, the new service is displayed under Address Locators. Select Programs _ ArcGis ArcMap and start with a new, empty map in the entry dialog box. Choose OK. In the standard toolbar, click the Add Data symbol and add the corresponding dBase file (for example, SoldTo.dbf) as a new table. The window Choose an Address Locator To Use is opened. All available services are displayed in this window. Choose the Address Locator entry in the Add Address Locator window under Search In and then select the service you created in step 4 (in this example, Geocoding Service SoldTo) and click Add. In the Choose an Address Locator to Use window, select the service again and click OK. Under Address Input Fields, choose the appropriate entry (for example, 1_0D_Region). This is the field that tallies with the reference data. Under Output _ Output Shapefile or Feature Class, enter the path under which the result of the geocoding is to be saved. Choose OK. At this point the ARC view toolset geocodes the information. After you have checked the statistics in the Review/Rematch Addresses window, click Done. The final step is to convert the file to a CSV format for upload into the master data tables. Once you have converted the dBase file into a CSV file with the geo-attribute for the dynamic geo-characteristic, an upload of the master data can be scheduled. We have now completed the necessary processes in configuring the Map web item to be functional. Once all this is complete, we then go to the InfoProvider that is using that specific InfoObject and create a query with the InfoObject as part of the analysis. In our case, we are using the geo-enabled InfoObject for Country. The query we are using is a combination of Country and Sales Volume. We will use this to configure the Map web item and display a map with information by country. The following illustration shows this query.
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