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FIGURE 17-3
Input events in the Visual Composer
In transitions between layers, if the transition line is given the same name as the event lines within the layer and is prefixed with an asterisk, raising the event in either form within the layer will activate the transition to the next layer. For example, a layer may contain two forms in which the user enters information. If the user inputs data in Input Form 1 and clicks Submit, the transition to Layer 2 will occur. If the user inputs data into Input Form 2 and clicks Submit, the transition will occur as well. This result is shown in Figure 17-4.
Layer 1 In Out submit In
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Input Form 1
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Input
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FIGURE 17-4
Input events in the Visual Composer for two layers
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Configuration of BI/Visual Composer Integration
Integrating BI with the Visual Composer involves a series of steps, including the actual system setup through to the use of the Enterprise Portal to execute the final VC web-based reports.
System Setup for VC
The Visual Composer server is installed on the development server, running on the SAP J2EE Engine, which runs the connected portal. The Storyboard is accessed from the client machine through a standard browser. At runtime, the user accesses the deployed model by calling up the portal using the browser. At the server side, SAP NetWeaver VC is executed in the runtime environment of the SAP NetWeaver application server based on the Java Stack. The Visual Composer server is therefore the central component. When a model is created, the result is stored in the J2EE database and at the file level as an XML description. The content developer can then decide which process will be used at runtime. The model remains without changes, but the iView will be created for Flash or for Web Dynpro for Java as a runtime. In the runtime, transactional content can run through Web Dynpro and Flex, while analytic content may run through Flex. The models deployed by Visual Composer to the portal include runtime metadata, which is stored with the model in the PCD (Portal Content Directory) and exported in the business package for delivery to customers. After the model is deployed, the iView will be transported to the SAP NetWeaver Portal where it will be a component of the EP, just like any of the other objects located there. Figure 17-5 shows this information. Additional details around the actual set up of the VC environment would be handled by the VC and EP Basis team.
Web Browser (IE) (Designtime) Adobe SVG Microsoft XML Flash Client Web Browser (Runtime) Flash Client
SAP NetWeaver AS JAVA Visual Composer Server Development Server save Flex Server deploy Web Dynpro Java Connectivity Layer NetWeaver Portal save Business Packages
deploy
J2EE DB
export
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FIGURE 17-5 Visual Composer Architecture
SAP Business Information Warehouse Reporting
Uses of the BI Kit
One of the components of the integration between Visual Composer and BI is the BI Kit or BI Extension Kit for the Visual Composer. The BI Kit is a plug-in that provides users access to a variety of datasources. The core VC allows only the use of remote function calls and Web Services. With the BI Kit, additional types of datasources can be included, such as JDBC sources, ODBO, XMLA, and SAP BI. The addition of the SAP BI is the one in which we are most interested. To help with this process, the BI Kit comes with a wizard that helps with the process of integration. The following illustration shows the starting point to gain access to the BI Integration Wizard. Once you have drilled down to the iView level (you will see this during the configuration portion), you can then use the BI integration Wizard function.
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The following illustration shows the initial screen of BI Integration Wizard. Once you identify a specific system, the prompts change depending on the type. For example, if you choose a BW system, the wizard will be looking for an InfoProvider or query. This is the integration point between the Visual Composer and Business Warehouse.
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