SAP BO

SAP BO Training 

Introduction:

SAP Business Objects BI (also known as BO or BOBJ) is a suite offront-end applications that allow business users to view, sort and analyze business intelligence data. 

Course Description:

SAP Business Objects Course Content

  • History of SAP BO
  • What is SAP BO
  • Feature of using BO
  • Modules description
  • Bo XI administration & enterprise architecture
  • Creating folders, users and groups
  • Publishing and configuring content
  • Scheduling

Designer xi module 

  • Designer interface
  • Simple universe creation
  • Objects & classes
  • Joins
  • Loops & contexts
  • Hierarchy
  • Semantic layer
  • Create and maintain universe

Web intelligence XI

  • What is web intelligence?
  • Features of BOs Web Intelligence
  • Creating and editing web intelligence documents
  • Building prompt filters and quires
  • Inserting and formatting tables & charts
  • Organizing data in report
  • Difference between web intelligence and desktop intelligence
  • Business view xi administrator
  • Introduction to business views
  • Business views architecture
  • Quick start creating a business view
  • Using the business view manager
  • Managing the BO enterprise repository
  • Creating data connections
  • Creating dynamic connections
  • Managing data foundations
  • Managing business elements
  • Dynamic prompts and cascading lists of values
  • Managing business views
  • Business views security concepts

Desk top intelligence

  • Introduction to Desktop intelligence XI
  • What is new in DI XI
  • Designing a sample DI report
  • Filtering and storing data
  • Using charts
  • Slice and dice drill option

Crystal reports

  • Creating reports
  • Selecting records
  • 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
  • Managing reports
  • Distributing reports
  • Using repository and repository data sources
  • Report processing

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