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help us manage styles within the BEx Analyzer. These can be found either on a shared drive your company has set up and is using for this purpose or directly on your local drive. The following illustration shows these components highlighted in Explorer. If you do a search and use the wildcard *sapbex*, you should be able to locate these items.
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Those listed as SAPBEX0.XLA and SAPBEXX.XLA are for the confirmation of the assignment of the current front end for the BEx Analyzer. You may also see SAPBEXC350 or 700.XLA. These are for the same purpose to confirm the implementation of the Excel front end for the BEx Analyzer. The important ones are SAPBEXS.XLA and SAPBEXC.XLA. Also, SAPBEXC.XLA is a tool that helps in confirming that PC, Server Check, and Version are consistent on your computer. Once you have located this workbook, you can click the Start button to confirm the setup for Excel works consistently with your BEx Analyzer. Executing this each time with the client can save quite a bit of time if you can identify the issues before you work through a query setup and everything short dumps just as you are saving the query. The following illustration shows an example of what this component looks like and what items it tests.
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The final Excel workbook that is offered, SAPBEXS.XLA, is a very important part of your workbook and query strategy. This workbook delivers the Cascading Style Sheet (CSS). The CSS is the worksheet that controls the initial colors and formatting you see in the query. If you were wondering what supported these items in the query, this is it. The CSS stores all fonts, styles, colors, and so on, that you would use in the query and workbook configuration. As you can see in Figure 14-4, this has all the fields your query shows and the formatting used. This functionality was demonstrated in a previous chapter, so it is just mentioned here as part of the standard parameters delivered with the system.
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With the HTML-based Metadata Repository, you can access information about the metadata objects of SAP NetWeaver Business Intelligence from a central point. This metadata especially includes important object properties and their relationships with other objects. Metadata means data about data, and this is appropriate for the Metadata Repository. It provides descriptive technical information about the objects used to build your application in this case, your BI system. For example, metadata about an InfoCube would include the names of the InfoObjects and Dimension tables used in the InfoCube, the date it was designed, the last person who changed the design, and the structures and other objects linked to this InfoCube. It would not include the records stored in the InfoCube that would be transactional data, not metadata. If you were to look at any of the Create screens for the objects in BI, you would be looking at the information stored in the Metadata Repository. There are metadata tables for storing information about InfoCubes, InfoObjects, DataStore objects, and all other objects in the BI system. The Metadata Repository is the grouping of all the information collected and stored in these tables. In the new version 7.0 of BI, you have an SBC InfoCube called 0BWTC_C08 that
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FIGURE 14-4
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has all the objects included in the SBC available for your review. Thus, you can create a query against this InfoCube and display all the SBC objects in a specific area (for example, all queries attached to an InfoCube).
Options within the Metadata Repository
You access the Metadata Repository from the Data Warehouse Workbench by using the Metadata Repository button on the left side of the screen. Figure 14-5 shows the initial screen for the Metadata Repository. From the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Modeling |Data Warehousing Workbench. The Metadata Repository is displayed. A navigation area is available on the left side of the Metadata Repository, and a display area appears on the right side. In the navigation area, you can choose the objects for which information needs to be displayed either activated objects from the local objects of the BI system or objects from all systems. Business Content (SAP-delivered objects) in the display area includes the available object types for the selection. By clicking the link for an object type, you get a list of all objects that belong to this type. By clicking the link for an object, you get detailed, object-specific information. To navigate from page to page in the Metadata Repository, choose Display Previous Page or Display Next Page. Choose Main Page to call up the entry page. Another approach to
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