In this article by Mark Walker, author of Software Development on the SAP HANA Platform, we will examined the fact that some of your users might not be allowed to have access to all the data in the system, or might have specific rights, maybe to create data but not to see the data that is currently in the system. We'll see concrete example of access restrictions on both objects and their content in this article.
SAP HANA provides several different layers of security from which you can benefit, and in this article we'll be looking at each of them. We'll examine how we can create each type of object, how they interact with each other, and how we can use them.
The authorization concept in SAP HANA is comprised of different notions:
We will take a look at each of these concepts in turn.Read Authorizations in SAP HANA in full
In this article by Mark Walker, author of SAP HANA Starter, you will learn how to perform the most important tasks in SAP HANA.Read SAP HANA integration with Microsoft Excel in full
SAP Master Data Management (SAP MDM) enables information integrity across the business network, in a heterogeneous IT landscape. SAP MDM enables the sharing of harmonized master data, formerly trapped in multiple systems, and ensures cross system data consistency.
In this article by Uday Rao, author of SAP NetWeaver MDM 7-1 Administrators Guide, we cover:
- Mount and unmount an MDM server
- Start and stop an MDM server
If you are a newbie to MDM and want to start from the basics, this is the right article for you. Even if you have hands on experience with an MDM system, you can refresh your basics by reading this article and understand the high-level aspects of MDM and the key capabilities supported by an MDM repository.
In this article by Uday Rao, author of SAP NetWeaver MDM 7.1 Administrator's Guide, you will learn the following topics:
- MDM IT Scenarios
- MDM Business Scenarios
- MDM Server know how
- MDM repository structure
- Key capabilities supported by an MDM repository
The User-Defined Values function enables SAP Business One users to enter values, originated by a predefined search process, for any field in the system (including user-defined fields). This function enables the user to enter data more efficiently and – perhaps most importantly – more accurately. In fact, the concept is sort of a "Workflow Light" implementation. It can both save user time and reduce data double entries.
In this article by Gordon Du, author of Mastering SQL Queries for SAP Business One, we will see how to work with User-Defined Values.Read Working with User Defined Values in SAP Business One in full
After building your dashboard to be the way you like it, you will need to turn it into a format that everyone is able to view on their computers. This is when the developers will export and publish their dashboard.
In this article by David Lai, author of SAP BusinessObjects Dashboards 4.0 Cookbook, we will cover:
- Exporting to a standard SWF, PPT, PDF, and so on
- Exporting to SAP Business Objects Enterprise
- Publishing to SAP BW
- Dashboard Builder/Performance Management
- Building widgets (Adobe AIR)
SAP BusinessObjects Dashboards (formerly Xcelsius) is a desktop dashboard and visualization solution that is a core part of SAP BusinessObjects BI 4.0. Once a user creates a dashboard model, it can be deployed in Flash format to Web portals, SAP environments, the SAP BusinessObjects BI platform, and desktop applications such as PowerPoint, Word, or PDF.
In this article by David Lai, author of SAP BusinessObjects Dashboards 4.0 Cookbook, we will cover the following:
- Changing the look of a chart
- Adding a background to your dashboard
- Using color schemes
- Sharing a color scheme
- Working with themes
This article discusses the basic concepts and knowledge needed to use SQL query in SAP Business One. You will learn a clear definition of SQL query, the data dictionary, and table links.
In this article by Gordon Du, author of Mastering SQL Queries for SAP Business One, we will begin by identifying the target audience, and will then go on to discuss the basic concepts and knowledge needed to use SQL query in SAP Business One. In the first section, you will be given a clear definition of the specific scope of the SQL and Query. The following section discusses the Data Dictionary and table links such as base tables versus target tables. The last section gives you a key concept to remember for building a good query by keeping it simple.Read SQL Query Basics in SAP Business One in full