Realizing the Value Proposition of S/4HANA - Three Key Value Levers for Improved S/4HANA Adoption

187 results

  1. SAP BusinessObjects Analysis, OLAP Edition – Your First Steps

    Learn how to perform your first steps with SAP BusinessObjects Analysis, OLAP Edition in combination with your SAP NetWeaver BW landscape. Key Concept SAP BusinessObjects Analysis, OLAP Edition is the successor to SAP BusinessExplorer (BEx) Web reporting. It provides you with the functionality to provide your business analysts and power users with a multi-dimensional analytical…...…
  2. SAP BusinessObjects Analysis, OLAP Edition — BEx and Voyager Combined

    Find out how you can use the newly released SAP BusinessObjects Analysis, OLAP Edition as part of your overall SAP BusinessObjects 4.0 release. SAP BusinessObjects Analysis, OLAP Edition is the counterpart for SAP BusinessObjects Analysis, edition for Microsoft Office for Web-based deployments. Key Concept SAP BusinessObjects Analysis, OLAP Edition is the successor to SAP BusinessObjects…...…
  3. Augment OLAP Cache and Query Performance with Delta Cache

    SAP NetWeaver BI 7.0 includes many options to help you speed up query performance, such as SAP NetWeaver BI Accelerator. Find out about a lesser-known option, delta caching, that you can also use for fast query performance. Key Concept The concept of delta cache builds on the technique of caching the most frequently accessed data…...…
  4. 7 Reasons Why Customers Are Adopting BusinessObjects Analysis, Edition for OLAP 4.x

    Straight from the field, learn about seven features in SAP BusinessObjects Analysis, edition for OLAP that are prompting companies to transition from ad-hoc analysis in SAP BEx to Analysis. Key Concept The BusinessObjects Analysis product line includes Analysis, edition for Microsoft Office and Analysis, edition for OLAP (formerly known as Voyager). They are considered premium…...…
  5. Help Your Queries Run More Quickly Using the OLAP Cache

    Reading time: 12 mins

    Your users can benefit from one another when they run similar queries thanks to the online analytical processing (OLAP) cache. It is designed to store the results set used by certain queries to improve system performance. The system quickly reads from past query results stored in the cache rather than from the InfoCube or aggregate…....…
  6. OLAP Cache: Does It Have to Be Configured?

    Reading time: 9 mins

    One of the differences between the BW 2.0 system and versions 3.0B and above is the way that OLAP queries are cached. The author explains the added features and global cache of newer versions of BW. He describes the cache configuration settings of BW version 3.x and their impact on system performance. The OLAP (online…...…
  7. All Users Benefit When You Prime the OLAP Cache

    Reading time: 11 mins

    Even when the OLAP cache is enabled in your BW system, the first query must read data from the fact table to fill the cache. This takes time and denies initial query users the performance boost that caching offers. Here’s a way to speed up the process for all users of your most popular queries…....…
  8. Use the Analysis Process Designer to Reduce Your BEx Query’s OLAP Time

    Find out how you can use the Analysis Process Designer as an alternative way to reduce high OLAP time for SAP Business Explorer queries, especially when using them as a Business Intelligence Consumer Services or Query as a Web Service connection to feed dashboards. Key Concept The Analysis Process Designer is a workbench for the…...…
  9. SAP BI Product Convergence Update: What’s Happening Today, What is Coming Next, and What Does It Mean for You?

    SAP’s BI suite continues its course of ongoing product advancements, and there are significant new product releases on the very near horizon. With the pending SP4 release of SAP BI 4.2 due to impact the full BI suite, and the major new release of SAP BusinessObjects Lumira 2.0 (where SAP BusinessObjects Lumira and SAP BusinessObjects Design…...…
  10. How to Use Synonyms and Dynamic Parameters in Procedures with SAP BW Powered by SAP HANA 7.5 Support Package 4 to Compensate for Missing OLAP Variables

    Get a detailed guide (including SAP HANA SQL code snippets) for how to speed up your SAP HANA calculation views by avoiding obsolete data at the database level. (The code in this article can be used as a reference for building your own procedure library for later use.) Learn about a dynamic method for reading…...…