SAP BO or Business Objects is the future of business intelligence. It paves the successful way to improve business standards using the business intelligence generated reports. SAP BO has components that provide performance management, planning, reporting, query and analysis, for enterprise information management. SAP BO toolsets enable universes, and ready-written reports, to be stored centrally and selectively available to communities of password-protected usernames.
45 days or 40-45 Hours
Only Online Training
Week Days: 2 hrs per day (or) Weekends: 3 hrs per day.Timings can be arranged according to the clients availability
- SAP ERP Central Component 6.0 EHP5
SAP Business Objects (a.k.a. BO, BOBJ) is a French enterprise software company, specializing in business intelligence (BI). Since 2007, it has been a part of SAP AG. The company claimed more than 46,000 customers worldwide in its final earnings release.Its flagship product is Business Objects XI, with components that provide performance management, planning, reporting, query and analysis and enterprise information management. Other Business Objects toolsets enable universes, and ready-written reports, to be stored centrally and made selectively available to communities of password-protected user names.
SAP BusinessObjects XI Built for SAP is the first and only BI platform that delivers a complete set of market-leading BI capabilities to SAP customers for use across the enterprise. BusinessObjects XI Built for SAP includes the industry’s best reporting,query and analysis,performance management, and extract, transform, load (ETL) technology to increase the speedof your BI deployment.
• Learn the SAP BusinessObjects strategy
• Explore the SAP BusinessObjects portfolio of solutions
• Understand the value of the solutions and prepare to use them
Discover what SAP BusinessObjects is all about and learn how the new products and solutions can improve your business processes. In this book, you’ll find what you need to really understand where SAP BusinessObjects can fit into your operations. Whether you’re a decision-maker, consultant, or new SAP professional, this Trainee-friendly reference will take you on a complete journey—from the history of Business Objects to a look at each SAP BusinessObjects portfolio solution. You’ll find everything from On Demand, EPM, GRC, and Enterprise Information Management solutions to customer scenarios and the SAP BusinessObjects roadmap.
Discover the SAP Businessobjects Strategy
Investigate the history of Business Objects and see how it has evolved.
Explore the SAP Businessobjects Applications
Learn about the different applications and see how they can be applied to your business.
Find the Tools You Need
Find all the details you need to understand business intelligence with SAP and the technology that enables it.
Learn About SAP BusinessObjects in the real World
Explore in-depth case studies for various topics to find out how other companies have improved business processes and enhanced efficiency.
Navigate as You Like
Go directly to the chapter that interests you, or read from cover to cover, and be sure to make use of the glossary and list of resources.
SAP Business Intelligence and Business Objects Curriculum
Data warehousing/ BW/ BI Introduction
Master data; Attributes, Texts, and Hierarchies.
Standard Naming conventions in SAP and BI
Types: Characteristics, Key Figures, Time, and Unit.
Types: Standards, real time, remote.
Design of Infocube: Star Schema concepts. Precautions.
DataStore objects (DSO):
Types: Standards, Real time.
MultiProviders: Scenarios to create Multiproviders.
Infocube VS DSO
Metadata and Document Management
BI Content: Definitions, How to install BI contents,
For SAP source systems: Creating Generic dataSource and maintaining SAP delivered dataSource.
Or for files: Creating DataSources for File Source Systems
Transformations and different scenarios.
Defining the data flow
Creating data transfer processes
Creating process chains
Scheduling and monitoring
Checking process chain runs
Monitor for extraction processes and data transfer processes
Creating the first aggregate for an InfoCube
Using the BIA index maintenance wizard
Setting up standard authorizations
Defining analysis authorizations
Transports Real business scenarios on different system environments, Moving objects from one system to another. BI SUITE: Business Explorer BEx Query Designer
Queries: New queries, Restricting Characteristics, Formulas and Exception Cells
Query Design: Defining Exceptions, Conditions, Restricted and Calculated KeyFigures
Variables: The Variable Wizard, Variable Types and Processing Types, query Properties
Component Properties: Properties of Characteristics, Attributes, Structure, Formula, KeyFigures
Structures: Creating Re-usable structures
Functions on BW Server: Copying queries between Cubes, Deleting Query Elements
Web Application Designer
WAD: Functions of WAD, Web Items Window, Template Window, Properties Window
Web Applications: Creating Web Applications, Settings, Stylesheets, Symbols and Properties
Design: Designing the Layout of Web Templates, working with Library for Web Items
Web Items: Tables, Filters, Checkboxes, Dropdown Box and other web items and their attributes
BEx Web Application Designer
BEx Report Designer
Information Broadcasting (Overview)
Functions of the Broadcaster: Precalculating and Exporting into Enterprise Portal
User Guide: Distributing Queries and Web Templates, Scheduling Broadcasting Settings
Example Scenarios: Monthly Sales Reports, Ad-hoc Distribution Options.
OLAP v OLTP: The OLAP Concept and differences between OLAP and OLTP
OLAP Functions: Aggregation, Currency Translation, Report-to-Report Interface
MetaData Repository: Searching for MetaData
Performance in depth
Data Model for Performance: Line Item Dimensions, Navigational attributes, Time-Dependent
BW Statistics: Query Analysis Tools, Performance Tables
Reporting Performance: Effective query design, Line-Item, Compression, Partitioning
Introduction to Aggregates
Data Load Performance: Parallelism, Impact of Aggregates
SAP Business Objects Introduction to SAP BO
Introduction : Integration with SAP BI – BO
Query As A Web Service
Web Rich Client ( Web Intelligence)
1.Query as Web service
Usage of Query as web service
How to configure and use
Viewing the Universe and Webi reports using web service
Viewing the Crystal XCelsius reports using web service
2. Universe Designer
Understanding how universes allow users to query databases using their everyday business terms
Creating an ODBC connection to the course database
Creating a universe
Populating the universe structure
Defining joins in a universe
3. Live Office
How Data can be extracted using Live office
Extracting data in Xcelcius using Live Office
Introducing Crystal Xcelcius with SAP implementation options.
Create a Crystal Xcelsius Dashboard from SAP data stored in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet
sourced through Crystal Reports or Web Intelligence
Create a Crystal Xcelsius Dashboard fon SAP data stored in a Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet
created through the use of live Office
Create a Crystal Xcelsius Dashboard from SAP data stored in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet
Created through the use of query as a Web Service (QaaWS)
Crystal Xcelsius Dashboards Using Analytics as part of Dashboard Manager
Create an Analytic Dashboard from SAP data through a Universe
5.Web Rich Client ( Web Intelligence)
Introduction to desktop intelligence
Publishing the report
Understanding how universes allow you to query database using everyday business terms
Understanding Web Intelligence core functionalities
Creating a document in the Web Intelligence Rich Client
Viewing a Web Intelligence document in Info View
Building a simple query
Modifying a document query
Working with query properties
Restricting data with query filters
Modifying a query with a predefined query filter
Applying a single-value query filter
Using prompts to restrict data
Using complex filters
Working in the Report Panel
Displaying data in tables and charts
Using breaks and cross tabs
Formatting break, calculations, and report filters
Formatting breaks and cross tabs
Using default and custom sorts
Ranking data to see top or bottom values
Using alerter to highlight information
Organizing a report into sections
Copying data to other applications
Preparing document for PDF and print
Exporting documents from the Rich Client
Accessing Info View
Introduction to Crystal Reports
Organizing Data on Reports
Formatting & Section Formatting
Creating basic and complex formulas
Using Variables and Arrays
Using Report Templates
Applying Conditional Reporting
Building parameterized and specialized reports
Summarizing Data with Cross Tabs
Using Report Sections
Representing Data Visually
Using Repository and Repository data sources
Using sub Reports
SAP offers multi-tiered certification paths for specific subjects to help you drive the most value from SAP certification opportunities.
Associate certification - This certification covers the fundamental knowledge requirements for an SAP consultant, ensuring the successful acquisition of broad SAP solution knowledge and skills. The associate-level certification, help you:
• Gain an externally-recognized mark of excellence that sought by clients.
• Differentiate yourself in the marketplace.
• Execute your tasks with confidence and appropriate skills.
Professional certification - This is an advanced certification that requires proven project experience, business process knowledge, and a more detailed understanding of SAP solutions. With the professional-level certification, you can:
• Demonstrate both your experience and expertise through a rigorous testing process.
• Promote a more globally applicable accreditation.
• Lead as well as execute tasks and engagements.