Before we are going to look into more details of SAP BusinessObjects Analysis, edition for OLAP, you should take a look at the information available on SCN for the SAP NetWeaver Demo Model:
During the excercises in this book we will use the SAP NetWeaver Demo Model in SAP NetWeaver BW as the basis for the BEx queries and as the basis for our excercises.
For the next set of activities we will use a BEx Query based on the Multiprovider oD_NW_M01 of the SAP NetWeaver Demo Model.
BEx Query Designer diagram
The BEx Query contains the following characteristics in the Rows:
The BEx Query contains the following characteristics in the Free Characteristics:
In addition the BEx query is using the following Key Figures:
For the first set of excercises we will use this BEx query.
Now that we have clarified, which InfoProviders and BEx queries we will use, we can start now in the next section with our first steps with SAP Businessobjects Analysis, edition for OLAP by establishing an OLAP connection to SAP NetWeaver BW.
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