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Structures When dragging Characteristics from the InfoProviders into the Columns section of the Query Designer, new objects are created which are named Key Figures. The icon next to the Key Figures section represents a Structure. This is how basic structural components of a BEx Query are grouped together. Key Figure Structures allow the user to […]
The purpose of the overview of the SAP BW Reporting tools landscape is to look deep into the BEx Query Designer to help us understand how we create our reports and where they can be used. The SAP BW Reporting tools landscape consist of the following structure: InfoProvider, InfoCubes InfoObjetcs DSOs InfoSets Virtual InfoProviders MultiProviders […]
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DSO or Data Store Object is a SAP BW object primarily used to store detailed transactional data on an atomic level. Unlike multidimensional data storage InfoCubes, it’s designed as a 2-dimensional flat database table that contains key fields and data fields. Data is normally held in a DSO for several years. There are 3 types […]
The Business Explorer Analyzer (BEx Analyzer) is the analysis and reporting tool of the Business Explorer that is embedded in Microsoft Excel. You can call up the BEx Query Designer in the BEx Analyzer, in order to define queries.
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Subsequently, you can analyze the selected Info Provider data by navigating to the query created in the Query Designer and create different query views of the data. You can add the different query views for a query or add multiple queries to a workbook and save them there.
You can save the workbook in your favorites or in your role on the BW Server. You can also save the workbook locally on your computer. Beyond that you can distribute the workbook by e-mail to recipients.
In this document we will learn how to access and run BEx queries in addition to introducing some reporting functionalities used within BEx.
Access BEx Analyzer
To start the BEx Analyzer, choose Start→ All Programs → Business Explorer →Analyze. This will open Microsoft Excel with the SAP BEx plugins enabled.
Click on the Add-ins tab
Choose the Open Icon in the BEX Analysis toolbox
In the Opened menu click on “Open Query”
A window will pop up asking you to log on to the BW system. Insert your SAP BW username and password?Note that the User for BW client is different from the user in ERP client.