Who should attend?
Those wishing to learn SAP Business Objects Web Intelligence versions 4.x online. It is not suitable for those wishing to learn the Desktop Intelligence versions. The one-day course is delivered over two half-day sessions to make it easier for those working from home to fit the course around other commitments.
You'll need to have attended the Introductory level SAP Business Objects Web Intelligence training course first, or at least be familiar with most of what's included in it before joining this class. By the end of the course, you will have learnt how to choose the best Web Intelligence application to use for your situation, and how to modify reports to include smart controls that simplify the analysis of data. You'll also have learnt some more advanced Web Intelligence functionality, and how to schedule and distribute documents automatically,
Run this SAP Business Objects Web Intelligence training course on your own premises for £950 (+vat) per day for up to 3 people. Add just £99 +vat per person for additional delegates, plus the trainer's travelling and overnight accommodation charged at cost if required.
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What you can expect to learn on this online Intermediate level SAP Business Objects Web Intelligence Reporter training course
- Refresher Exercise on Basic Web Intelligence Skills
- Revision of Basic Skills as required
Understanding the BI Launch Pad Preferences
- HTML versus Java Enabled Apps
– A summary of the differences between the two
– Which one should I be using?
- The difference between “View” and “Modify” preferences
- The difference between the “Reading” and “Design” Views
- What happened to my missing toolbar buttons?
Working with Formulas and Variables
- Adding a Formula to a Block
- Understanding the Difference Between a Formula and a Variable
- Defining a Formula as a Variable
- Adding and Modifying Variables
Create Smart Reports to Simplify Data Analysis
- Designing Input Controls
- Creating Hyperlinks
– Element Links
– Document Links
- Understanding Hierarchies
- Setting the Scope of Analysis
- Drilling Through Tables and Charts
- Using the Drill Filters
- Taking a Snapshot
- Sharing/sending Documents
– To a public folder
– To the BI Inbox of another Web Intelligence user in your organisation
– By eMail to a non Web Intelligence user or someone outside your organisation
- Scheduling Documents
– Setting a document to run automatically
– Distributing scheduled documents automatically