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accessing the Metadata Repository is shown in the following illustration. It offers a view of accessing the file system via the BW Administration Workbench configuration screen.
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You can start your search by selecting the Search in the Metadata Repository link, as shown in Figure 14-5, or by selecting one of the object icons in the right pane. If you choose to use the right pane, you will see a list of objects. You then use the Find function to look for the specific object that is of interest to you. For example, if you choose the link to the InfoCubes, you can see the list of InfoCubes available in the system, as shown in the following illustration. This list is not only SBC, but also all the InfoCubes available because we didn t identify that specific information before the search. If only the activated objects or business content objects are of interest, then you should start with the left pane and click the appropriate link and filter your search by business content only or activate objects only for a specific system. This will set the right pane to only those objects and help with the search functions.
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NOTE Remember to use the arrows to move back and forth among these screens. Also, use the Main
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You can get a ton of information from the Metadata Repository, and initially you should try to take advantage of this as much as possible. It will definitely help with your search in the SBC area. Rather than trying to review the information via the Business Content screen in the system, you can navigate via web-based screens and view the details.
NOTE Another approach to reviewing SBC is to go to the Help.SAP.com website and use this option
to investigate all the SBC available (via the BI content link), but remember, this is not specifically your system, so you need to compare what is available. As you review the information in the repository, you can view the details of the specific objects. For example, if we drill down to the InfoCube view, we can choose the InfoCube 0COOM_C02 (SBC, because it begins with a zero). We can see that it offers us information about the initial setup, the last time it was changed, and the content release. Notice in the first of the following illustrations that you have three links in the screen below the heading Graphical Display: Network display of the data flow InfoCube schematic display as star schema InfoCube schematic display, compact
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Then, below these in the area titled More Documents you have a link to other documents that are assigned to this InfoCube. With the initial three options, you can generate a graphical view of the design of the InfoCube, which will give you a visual of the characteristics and key figures in your InfoCube and how they are set up in the dimensions. This will allow you to analyze the possible performance questions based on the dimension design and also offer you some help with other InfoCubes that you might be creating and the possible dimension design. The second illustration uses the option InfoCube schematic display, compact to show the view of the dimensions and fact table that store the characteristics and key figures. You can identify a number of interesting items on these screens. Every time I review the Metadata Repository, I see something I didn t see before. For example, if you look closely at this illustration, you can see that some of the InfoObjects have a small double arrow figure in front of them. This identifies the InfoObject as a navigational attribute. In addition to this, you can see that some of the InfoObjects are indented a bit for example, under Network Activity the InfoObject Network is indented. This shows that Network is a compound of Network Activity.
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