Who should attend?
Those wishing to learn SAP Business Objects Web Intelligence. It is not suitable for those wishing to learn the Desktop Intelligence versions.
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 attending this course. By the end of the course, you will have learnt how to build complex documents by combining the data from multiple sources, including spreadsheet data, and use advanced query techniques such as Combine queries and sub-queries, as well as be able to understand and refine calculation contexts.
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We can also provide SAP Business Objects Web Intelligence training courses for XI versions – contact us for more information.
Run this SAP Business Objects Web Intelligence training course on your own premises for £1250 (+vat) per day for up to 3 people. Add just £125 +vat per person for additional delegates, plus the trainer's travelling and overnight accommodation costs as necessary.
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What you can expect to learn on this Advanced level
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- Refresher Exercise on Basic Web Intelligence Skills
- Revision of Basic Skills as required
- HTML vs Java Enabled Applications
Advanced Query Techniques
- Prompted Queries
- Wild Cards in Queries
- Combine Queries
Working with 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
- Using If, Then, Else…to Group Variables
- Understanding Calculation Contexts
- Changing the Context of a Calculation using a Variable
- Character and Date String Functions
Working with Multiple Data Providers
- Understanding the concept of a Data Provider
- Working on Documents with Multiple Data Providers (Multiple Queries)
- Multiple Queries Based on a Single Universe
- Multiple Queries Based on Multiple Universes
- Queries based on External Data Sources such as Excel Spreadsheets
- Synchronising Multiple Data Providers by Merging Dimensions
- Understanding Hierarchies
- Setting the Scope of Analysis
- Drilling Through Tables and Charts
- Using the Drill Filters
- Taking a Snapshot