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Along with this, of course, are all the structures and objects required to have a viable demonstration of BI within a short period of time.
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SAP delivers thousands of different objects, structures, programs, queries, and other components so that you can quickly and effectively implement BI and use its functionality for reporting and analysis. As SAP continues to deliver additional functionality, the SAP SBC will continue to grow so that customers can take advantage of these standard templates in the business process of implementing BI. Again, too much emphasis cannot be given to the need to review and use the SBC available. This has been a sore point for me in certain implementations that not enough SBC had been used or the investigation into the possible use of SBC has been cut short, thus causing the need to re-create something already available. Be sure to include time in your project plan to investigate SBC both before the configuration starts and during the initial process of implementation. This can be very helpful with training as well as developing awareness of how BI works and what additional information, and thus strategic reports, can be developed by BI.
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will now shift gears on you for this chapter. I have been writing about all the functionality in the BEx Analyzer, and for the past four to six chapters we have worked our way through all the components and procedures. Now a discussion of the functionality, flexibility, and configuration of the Web BEx Analyzer and the Web Application Designer (WAD) template query is in order. As we go through this information, remember that there will be quite a bit of overlap in terms of capabilities and topics between these two front-end options and the BEx Analyzer. I will try to minimize the amount of redundant information, but if it is important to highlight certain areas and to reinforce the functionality of the web front end, I will. In this chapter, the discussion will be driven by the navigational functions within the Web Analyzer and the WAD template query. The advanced configuration and implementation of the web-based front ends will be discussed at a high level. There s so much more that can be discussed about the WAD that we won t cover it all here enough, in fact, to fill another book. Numerous activities can be executed on the Web via web queries or WAD queries. The usability of this approach to reporting can t be understated. The Web is definitely a user interface within the SAP reporting strategy and enterprise reporting that should be reviewed and discussed as the interface of choice.
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Introduction to the BEx Web Analyzer and WAD
The BEx Web Analyzer is the initial web front-end tool offered as part of the Business Explorer Reporting options. The entire navigational and analytical process within the Web Analyzer is structured to be business user friendly. Much of the functionality in the Query Designer is available to the business user from the executed web query. Thus, most of the functionality that can be configured when using the BEx Analyzer can also be done by the business user on the Web. For example, the ability to create exceptions and conditions is available to the business user and not relegated to configuration only. Note that the exceptions and conditions created using this approach are not saved but are available for that particular period of time that you are using them. This web front end has an easy-to-use dragand-drop functionality that allows the user to navigate intuitively through queries. The web
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FIGURE 15-1 Web Analyzer in the front-end architecture
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