SAP BO 4.1 Training

SAP BO Training

SAP Business Objects BI (also known as BO or BOBJ) is a suite of front-end applications that allow business users to view, sort and analyze business intelligence data. The suite includes the following key applications:

•Crystal Reports — Enables users to design and generate reports

•Xcelsius/Dashboards — Allows users to create interactive dashboards that contain charts and graphs for visualizing data

•Web Intelligence — Provides a self-service environment for creating ad hoc queries and analysis of data both online and offline

•Explorer — Allows users to search through BI data sources using an iTunes-like interface. Users do not have to create queries to search the data and results are shown with a chart that indicates the best information match.

Course Information

  • Course Duration : 35 Hours
  • Training Timings : Week days 1-2 Hours per day (or) Weekends: 2-3 Hours per day
  • Training Method : Instructor Led Online Training
  • Study Material : Soft Copy

Prerequisite

Instructor Led SAP BO Online Training

Flexible Time At Your Convenience

Over 10,000+ Professionals Trained Across 35 Countries

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Course Content

    • SAP Business Objects Web Intelligence and BI Launch Pad 4.1
    • Web-Intelligence Rich Client (Desktop based tool)
    • SAP Business Objects BI Information Design Tool 4.1 (IDT)
    • SAP Business Objects BI Universe Designer tool (UDT)
    • SAP BW Infocubes to Universe with IDT
    • SAP HANA to design the Universe with IDT and UDT (SAP HANA with BO)
    • Lifecycle Management & Upgrade management tool
    • Report Conversion Tool (Deski to Webi Reporting)
    • BO Administration/ Security (CMC)
    • SAP Business Objects Dashboards 4.1 (Crystal Xcelsius 2011)
    • Crystal Reports
    • Integration with SAP BW& BO (SAP BI Integration with BO)
    • BO Project migration
    • BO Deployment and Report Scheduling
    • Connecting to Data Sources
    • New features of SAP Business Objects 4.1
    • Differences between different versions of BO
    • Single Source Connection
    • Multiple Source Connection
    • Establishing Connection
    • Exporting
    • Joining
    • Inserting the Tables
    • What is the Information Design Tool (IDT)
    • Create a project
    • Create a connection to a relational database (Single and Multiple databases)
    • Create the data foundation with Single & Multiple databases
    • Define the different types joins in a data foundation
    • Create a business layer
    • Create folders and objects
    • Resolve Loops and Use alias
    • Resolve Loops Use contexts
    • Resolving the fan traps and Chasm traps problem
    • Define data restrictions
    • Work with LOVs
    • Use Parameters restrict data
    • Use @functions also Aggregate Awareness
    • Create Derived Tables and Index Awareness
    • Maintain universes
    • Deploy and manage and maintain universes
    • Documentation of the universes

    SAP BW Integration with BO

    SAP HANA with BO

    Creating OLAP Connection(Using BICS middleware)

    • Understanding Business-Objects Universes.
    • Understanding how universes allow users to query databases using their everyday business terms.
    • Creating Universe Connections.
    • Creating the universe on different databases
    • Building and populating the Universe Structure.
    • Defining joins in a universe.
    • Creating Dimension Objects.
    • Understanding classes and objects.
    • Creating Measure Objects.
    • Understanding measure objects.
    • Using List of Values.
    • Resolving Loops.
    • Resolving loops using aliases.
    • Resolving loops using contexts.
    • Chasm traps and Fan traps.
    • Restricting the data returned by objects.
    • Using Functions with Objects.
    • Using @ Functions.
    • Using Hierarchies.
    • Working with hierarchies.
    • Aggregate Awareness.
    • Derived Tables
    • Securing Universes.
    • Managing Universes.
    • Introducing Web Intelligence
    • Create reports using webservises as a Data source
    • Using complex filters
    • Report Design
    • Ranking data to see top or bottom values
    • Tracking data changes
    • Using alerters to highlight information
    • Organizing a report into sections
    • Copying data to other applications
    • Formatting Reports
    • Preparing documents for PDF and print
    • Calculating Data with Formulas and Variables
    • Understanding formulas and variables
    • Understanding how Web Intelligence calculates data
    • Creating formulas and variables to calculate data
    • Using Multiple Data Sources
    • Adding a new query using a personal data provider
    • Creating multiple queries in a document
    • Synchronizing data with merged dimensions
    • Analyzing Data
    • Drilling into the data
    • Setting Web Intelligence drill options
    • Using sub-queries
    • Creating a query based on another query
    • Changing data sources
    • Using the query drill
    • Using query sampling
    • Understanding dimensions and details
    • Character and Date String Functions
    • Using character string functions
    • Concatenating different data types
    • Using date functions
    • Calculation Contexts
    • Understanding calculation contexts
    • Redefining calculation contexts
    • Using If Logic
    • Using IF/ELSEIF
    • Additional Reporting Techniques
    • Using data tracking
    • Displaying data restricted by a filter or ranking
    • BI launch pad: What’s new in 4.1
    • Customizing BI launch pad
    • Creating Interactive Analysis documents with queries
    • Restricting data returned by a query
    • Types of filters
    • Designing Interactive Analysis reports
    • Enhancing the presentation of data in reports
    • Formatting reports
    • Calculating data with formulas and variables
    • Using multiple data sources
    • Analyzing data
    • Managing and sharing Interactive Analysis documents
    • Reporting from Other Data Sources
    • Accessing corporate information with Web Intelligence
    • Understanding how universes allow you to query databases using everyday business terms.
    • Managing documents
    • Creating Web Intelligence Documents with Queries
    • Modifying a document’s query
    • Using prompts to restrict data
    • Using complex filters
    • Displaying data in tables and charts
    • Presenting data in free-standing cells
    • Enhancing the Presentation of Reports
    • Using breaks, calculations, sorts and report filters
    • Ranking data to see top or bottom values
    • Using alerters to highlight information
    • Organizing a report into sections
    • Copying data to other applications
    • Alternative Query Techniques Using Combined Queries Using Sub-Queries
    • Creating a Query based on another Query
    • Character and Date String Functions Using the character string functions Concatenating different data types Using date functions
    • Using If Logic
    • Grouping data using If() logic
    • Using If() to modify calculation behavior
    • Advanced Reporting Features Formatting breaks
    • Creating custom sorts
    • Displaying document data in free-standing cells
    • Alternative Query Techniques Defining Combined Query Types Using Combined Queries
    • Using Sub-Queries
    • Creating a Query on a Query
    • Character and Date String Functions Understanding Character Strings
    • Linking to documents and URLs in Web Intelligence
    • Create the reports on top of Sap BEX queries
    • Xcelsius Dashboard Overview
    • Creating Dashboards using Query As A Web Service (QAAWS) and Live Office
    • Create Drill Down dashboard reports
    • What’s new in SAP Business Objects Dashboards 4.1
    • Creating a Visualization
    • Producing interactive visualizations
    • Getting around in Xcelsius
    • Working with your Excel workbook
    • Visualizing data with charts
    • Using Xcelsius Components
    • Formatting a Visualization
    • Applying formatting options
    • Using themes and templates to apply formatting
    • Adding Interactivity to a Visualization
    • Using selectors
    • Adding dynamic visibility
    • Using live data sources
    • Connecting to BO Universes using Query as a Web Service
    • Using Live Office data
    • Creating Complex dashboards
    • Crystal Report Overview
    • Creating reports
    • Selecting records
    • Organizing data on reports
    • Grouping & section formatting
    • Creating basic and complex formulas
    • Using variables
    • Using report templates
    • Applying conditional reporting
    • Building parameterized and specialized reports
    • Summarizing data with cross tabs
    • Using report sections
    • Representing data visually
    • Managing reports
    • Distributing reports
    • Using repository data sources
    • Report processing
    • Linking Crystal Reports to Webi reports
    • Drill down reports
    • Development of core SAP BusinessObjects Mobile reports and dashboards
    • Deployment of mobile reports and dashboards to end-users
    • Connect to your BI deployments (e.g., Production, Development, UAT)
    • Browse your repository securely using folder navigation
    • Schedule documents
    • Refresh documents
    • Schedule objects
    • Print and email documents
    • View historical and latest instances
    • Delete content (provided you have the necessary rights)
    • What’s new in SAP Business Objects Design Studio 1.1
    • What’s new in SAP Business Objects Design Studio 1.2 & 1.3
    • Log on to SAP Business Objects Design Studio
    • Navigate the interface
    • Create an application
    • Add a data source to an application
    • Connect to SAP HANA
    • Use QR Code Scanning to display an application on an iPad
    • Upload a local application to the Business Intelligence platform
    • How to Use SDK to Develop Custom Components
    • Add an analytic component to an application
    • Display static and Dynamic text in an application
    • Add an image to an application
    • Set up a basic component to be populated with metadata
    • Set a variable for currency
    • Load data in a script
    • Add a hyperlink to an application
    • Set up a cascading filter in an application
    • Create a scorecard using SAP BW BEx Query exceptions
    • Prepare
    • Visualization
    • Share
    • Compose
    • Flat file Data Report
    • HANA DB Data Report


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