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SAP BO(Business Objects) 4.0 Online Training

SAP BO(Business Objects) 4.0 Online Training

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Introduction to SAP Business Objects

Definition

SAP Business object technology and business object programming are based on the concept of “business objects“. Real world objects, for example an employee or a sales order, are modeled as business objects in business application systems, such as the R/3 System.

You can visualize the SAP Business Object as “black boxes” that encapsulate R/3 data and business processes, thus hiding the details of the structure and implementation of the underlying data.

Structure

To achieve this encapsulation, the SAP Business Object are constructed as entities with multiple layers:

At the core of an SAP Business Object is the kernel, which represents the object’s inherent data.

The second layer, the integrity layer, represents the business logic of the object. It comprises the business rules and constraints that apply to the Business Object.

The third layer, the interface layer, describes the implementation and structure of the SAP Business Object, and defines the object’s interface to the outside world.

The fourth and outermost layer of a Business Object is the access layer, which defines the technologies that can be used to obtain external access to the object’s data, for example COM/DCOM (Component Object Model/Distributed Component Object Model).

Integration

Accessing Business Objects

As the graphic shows, the interface layer separates a Business Object’s data and the applications and technologies that can be used to access it. To the outside, the SAP Business Objects reveal only their interface, which consists of a set of clearly defined methods. Applications can only access the Business Object data by the object’s methods.

An application program that accesses an SAP Business Object and its data only needs the information required to do the methods. Therefore, an application programmer can work with the SAP Business Objects and invoke their methods without having to know or consider the object’s underlying implementation details.

The set of methods that is associated with a Business Object represents the object’s behavior. When a method is executed on a Business Object, the method can change the object’s internal state, that is, the object’s data.

For example, one method that you can use on the Business Object “Employee” is to “check for the employee’s existence”.

All SAP Business Object types and their methods are identified and described in the Business Object Repository (BOR).

 

SAP Business Object 4.0 Course Content

 

SAP BO 3.1 & BI 4.0 Concepts

1) Architecture

2) Central Management Console

3) Business Objects info View (or) Launch pad

4) Universe Designer & IDT tool

5) Deski(Desktop Intelligence)

6) Webi( Web intelligence) & Webi Rich Client

7)  Crystal Reports & Crystal Enterprise for 4.0

8)  Query As Webservice(Qaaws)

9) Live Office

10) Xcelsius & Dash  Board 4.0

11) Import Wizard & Upgrade management tool

12) Publishing Wizard & LCM

13) Integration with SAP BI

 

1) Architecture:

  • BO 3.1 & 4.0 Architecture
  • Installation Process & types
  • Servers Information in both BO 3.1 & I 4.0

2) Central Management Console:

  • Users ,Groups, Folder – Creation & Authentication
  • Access controls
  • User Rights

3) Business Objects Info View(3.1) or Lanuchpad(4.0):

  • Info view – Introduction
  • Webi Desktop Overview, Folders  Categories
  • Scheduling & Publication

4) Universe Design & IDT Tool:

  • Getting started with Universe & IDT Tool (.Unx)
  • Working with Tables, Column values
  • Working with Joins & Contexts
  • Solving Join path problems
  • Making Classes and Objects
  • Using the Query Panel
  • Checking the Universe
  • Setting Access Restrictions
  • Testing & managing the universes
  • Creation of Connection in IDT tool.

5) Deski(Desktop Intelligence)

  • Introduction to Deski report
  • Working with sections & Breaks
  • Working with filters, Prompts.
  • Working with slice & Dice, User Objects
  • Working with cascading prompts & hierarchies

6) Webi( Web intelligence) & Webi Rich Client

  • Introduction to Webi & understanding Core Functionalities
  • Working with Sections & breaks
  • Working with Query, Query properties, Query filters & Predefined Filters.
  • Working with merge dimensions
  • Working with prompts & hierarchies
  • Working with Report panel, tables, charts & Crosstab
  • Ranking Data

7) Crystal Reports & Crystal Enterprise for 4.0

  • Introduction with Crystal report sections
  • Working with groups, filters & Prompts
  • Working with Cross tab, different format reports
  • Working with Sub reports
  • Working with format options & alerts
  • Working with charts, Images & Maps
  • Working with crystal reports based on cubes (OLAP GRID)
  • Working with making crystal reports based on universe and Queries
  • Working with formulas

8) Query as Web service (Qaaws):

  • Usage of Query as web service
  • Configuration of Query as web service in Universe
  • Using the Qaaws in Xcelsius reports

9) Live Office:

Usage of Live Office

Extraction of data in live office from Webi & crystal reports

Extraction of data in Xcelsius using Live Office

10) Xcelsius & Dash Boards:

  • Clarify data connections in Xcelsius
  • Clarify various components in Xcelsius
  • Applying Dynamic visibility & other formatting options
  • Integration with sap and making  dash board reports based on Sap

11) Import Wizard & Upgradation management tool

Migrate data from one environment to another environment using import wizard

Explaining various options in the import wizard and upgradation Mangement tool

Migrate data from 3.1 to 4.0 by using upgrade management tool

12) Publishing Wizard & LCM:

Clarify various options of LCM in migration process

Clarify diff between LCM & Import wizard

Explaining options in Publishing Wizard

13) Integration with SAP

Process of Integration with SAP BW on BO in 3.1

Process of Integration with SAP & ECC with Crystal

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