Applied SAP BI 7.0 Web Reports by Peter Jones
Using BEx Web Analyzer and Web Application Designer

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Deliver SAP BI 7.0 Web Reports

Distribute integrated, accurate, and timely data across your enterprise using the Web-based reporting components in SAP BI. Written by an SAP insider, Applied SAP BI 7.0 Web Reports: Using BEx Web Analyzer and Web Application Designer shows you how to construct effective queries, create HTML-based reports, and combine key analytics into a dashboard-style interface. Learn how to import data from multiple providers, configure custom templates, track Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), and incorporate JavaScript and XHTML. Security, troubleshooting, and third-party tools are also discussed in this comprehensive guide.

Essential BI skills for business professionals:

Define queries and export them as links with BEx Web Analyzer Create BI-specific HTML pages using Web Application Designer and Report Designer Construct reusable templates, shortcuts, and Web items Design high-impact BI dashboards, cockpits, and billboards Integrate toolbars,drilldown capabilities, and drag-and-drop features Publish reporting objects with the Broadcaster and Broadcast Wizard Migrate existing systems and reports to the SAP BI 7.0 platform Add BusinessObjects, Crystal Reports, and JavaScript components

Peter Jones, MBA, is a principal/platinum business applications consultant with SAP Professional Services Consulting. He has more than 11 years of consulting and educational experience in a variety of strategic and leadership roles. Jones is the author of SAP Business Information Warehouse Reporting.

 

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Peter Jones is a platinum principal consultant for SAP America and speaks regularly at SAP-sponsored events. He is also on the technical advisory board and an editor for FICO Expert. John Burger is Senior Director of Global Sourcing at McKesson. He has implemented solutions in all of the modules within FI/CO for several Fortune 100 companies in several countries in North America, Asia, and Europe.
 
Published March 15, 2010 by McGraw-Hill Osborne Media. 512 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Computers & Technology, Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help. Non-fiction

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