BEx Web Application Query String Properties for the Portal in Microsoft Office

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TABLE 16-4 BEx Web Application Query String Properties for the Portal
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the Portal Content Studio to create iViews with documents and links. The iViews are of type KM Document iView and have the code link com.sap.km.cm.docs. The most important property is the path to the document. Here are some points to keep in mind: With a precalculated BEx Web Application or query as a document, the path is independent of the selected folder in Knowledge Management. You specify the folder in the BEx Broadcaster in the Target in the Portal tabbed page. With a BEx Web Application or query as a link, the path to the document is independent of the selected prefix for the BI Metadata Repository Manager and the template ID of the BEx Web Application. You have to enter the following value as the path to the document (the designations in brackets are placeholders for technical names): /<BI_REPOSITORY_MANAGER_PREFIX>/activeVersion/WebTemplate/ <TEMPLATE_ID>/launch You can use the KM-Content iView from the Content Administration Portal role to determine the path for the document.
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BEx Web Applications or Queries as iViews in Different Portals BEx Web Applications and queries that are displayed on the Web can be displayed as iViews in different portals. SAP NetWeaver 2004S Portal is required for displaying BEx Web Applications or queries using the BEx Web runtime functionality in SAP NetWeaver 2004S. This portal can be used either for BI content only (as a BI Portal) or on a company-wide basis (as an Enterprise Portal). If this portal is to be used only for displaying BI content, you may need to integrate the BI content concerned into another (company-wide) portal. This portal may be one of the following:
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SAP NetWeaver 2004S Portal SAP Enterprise Portal 6.0 Third-party provider portal The following types of integration are available: Integration Using a URL iView Export/Import Global Portal (Federated Portal) The decision of which one of these possibilities are going to be used is critical and can have significant effects on the portal landscape. Analysis needs to be done for the appropriate decision of which process should be followed for the current web based reporting and the future portal approach for an entire company. In addition, Single Sign-On (SSO) is also supported, in most cases, for this type of integration. The portal to which the user logs on and in which the content of another portal is displayed is called the producer portal. The other portal is called the consumer portal. The terms producer iView and consumer iView are used in the same way. If you want to integrate a BEx Web Application (SAP NetWeaver 2004S) into an SAP Enterprise Portal, version 6.0, the web browser must fulfill the prerequisites for SAP NetWeaver 2004S.
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The prerequisites depend on the selected integration: Integration Using a URL iView Various settings are required for setting up Single Sign-On when integrating using a URL, in which case a trustworthy connection between two portals is established. Carry out the following steps to use Single Sign-On: 1. Export the portal certificate in the producer portal. 2. Import the (producer) portal certificate in the consumer portal. A third-party provider portal does not normally support SAP logon tickets. However, most non-SAP portals allow the use of X.509 client certificates. Export/Import You need to create a BI system in the portal for export/import integration. This BI system in the consumer portal must have the same system alias as in the producer portal. The following general steps are required for Single Sign-On: 1. Export a BI certificate in the BI system. 2. Import a BI certificate to the portal. There are additional ways of displaying a BEx Web Application or query in a different portal: Integration Using a URL This type of integration uses a URL iView (as a producer iView). You use a URL iView to help call up an SAP NetWeaver 2004S iView (as a consumer iView) in SAP EP 6.0. It is also possible to make a reverse call: An SAP EP 6.0 iView (as a consumer iView) can be called up in the SAP NetWeaver 2004S Portal. The difference between BEx Web Applications and queries is indicated only by their differing URL parameters. When you are directly calling the iView or calling the iView via the application integrator, these URL parameters are defined for the consumer iView, so no differentiation is required in the URL iView (producer iView). All required information is defined in the consumer iView. A source portal provided by a third party can use all three options for integrating a consumer iView as long as it supports the display of external content using a URL. Export/Import You can export BI iViews in the producer portal as portal content and import them into the consumer portal. The producer portal can be an SAP NetWeaver 2004S Portal or an SAP EP 6.0. This is also the case for the consumer portal. The following steps are required for the export and import of portal objects: 1. Create a transport package using the Portal Content Studio in the producer portal. 2. Add portal objects. 3. Export the transport package. 4. Import the transport package in the consumer portal.
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