SAP


SAP HANA Certification 2015

Instructor led (classroom or virtual) – SPS09
HA100SAP HANA – Introduction (2-day course) – AvailableTechnical overview course addressing all target audiences.
Delivery: Instructor led in physical or virtual classroom.
HA150SQL Basics for SAP HANA (2-day course) – not updated – Available
This course refreshes your SQL knowledge and covers advanced SQL techniques for querying and manipulating data in SAP HANA database. Target audiences are developer and modeling roles. Delivery: Instructor led in physical or virtual classroom.
HA200SAP HANA – Installation & Operations (5-day course) – Available Commencing with the installation of SAP HANA this course provides in-depth knowledge on administration, operations and monitoring with SAP HANA, addressing primarily technology consultants and administrators. Delivery: Instructor led in physical or virtual classroom.
HA240 – Authorization, Security and Scenarios (2-day course) – New course Available This training course is focusing on the Authorization, Security and integrated scenarioDelivery: Instructor led in physical or virtual classroom.
HA250Migration to SAP HANA using DMO (2-day course) – Available This course introduces the one-step migration procedure (DMO) to SAP HANA to prepare for and execute the combined update and migration of an SAP system to the SAP HANA database. It primarily addresses technology consultants and administrators.Delivery: Instructor led in physical or virtual classroom.
HA300SAP HANA – Implementation & Modeling (3-day course) – AvailableThis course provides more in-depth knowledge on implementing information models in SAP HANA including advanced modeling features, content management, analytical privileges, and a short overview on data provisioning techniques. This course addresses primarily implementation and modeling roles. Delivery: Instructor led in physical or virtual classroom.
HA350SAP HANA – Data Provisioning (2-day course) – Available end of April 2015This course introduces various data provisioning tools and techniques with SAP HANA with a focus on SAP Landscape Transformation (SLT) but also covers e.g. SAP Data Services or direct extractor. Primary target audiences are implementation roles.Delivery: Instructor led in physical or virtual classroom.
HA360SAP HANA Hands-on Lab (2-day course + 5 days self-practice on training system) – Available end of April 2015 This course builds on the contents of the HA100 and HA300 courses. It allows students practicing on a live system and creating an end-to-end scenario under guidance of an experienced instructor covering in depth advanced modeling features like Predictive, Fuzzy Search, Text Analysis and Geo-Spatial. By providing students a 5-day post-class system access they can refine their practical skills with additional  self-paced hands-on scenarios. This course addresses primarily implementation and modeling roles. Delivery: Instructor led in physical or virtual classroom.
HA400ABAP Programming for SAP HANA (3-day course) – Available This course addresses the most urgent enablement need around adopting and optimizing program code of ABAP based applications (e.g. ERP, CRM, SCM, BW) when implementing on or migrating to SAP HANA. Target audiences are developers with experience in ABAP programming. Delivery: Instructor led in physical or virtual classroom.
HA450 – Application Development for SAP HANA (3-day Course)  – New course Available This course will introduce you to development of web-based application running on the SAP HANA Platform.Delivery: Instructor led in physical or virtual classroom.
HA900 SAP HANA Live (2-day course)  – not updated – AvailableThis course enables students implementing SAP HANA Live information models for real-time operational reporting and consuming those with the various reporting tools of the SAP Business Intelligence suite. Students learn how to adopt pre-defined content for customer-specific scenarios. Primary target audiences are implementation roles.Delivery: Instructor led in physical or virtual classroom.
HABS1 SAP Business Suite on SAP HANA (3-day course) – not updated – AvailableThis technical training course is focusing on the implementation lifecycle of a typical customer project covering all phases. It enables partners and customers to deliver end to end Suite-on-HANA implementation projects. Primary target audience are technical application consultants and project team members. Delivery: Instructor led in physical or virtual classroom
BW362 – SAP BW on SAP HANA (5-day course) – Available mid of April 2015Participants will gain an overview about implementation, migration, and optimization aspect of SAP BW 7.4 with SAP HANA. They will learn about HANA specific or optimized elements and aspects of SAP BW. With introducing a new Layered Scalable Architecture (LSA++) they will familiarize with a HANA optimized data modeling approach on SAP BW. Primary target audiences are consultants and customers with SAP BW experience. Delivery: Instructor led in physical or virtual classroom
SLT100 – Real-time Replication with SAP LT Replication Server (3-day course)  – Available end of April 2015Participants gain an overview of the real-time replication technology of SAP LT Replication Server, the benefits of the trigger-based real- time replication and the business scenarios leveraged by SLT. The course enables participants to setup and run data replication with SLT in their system landscapesDelivery: Instructor led in physical or virtual classroom

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E-Academy – SPS09
HAIMPE SAP HANA – E-Academy (24-hour course) – Planned for end of April 2015The SAP HANA eAcademy provides students with a self-paced online learning experience, including access to training systems over a period of two months to practice their knowledge and prepare for the certification “SAP Certified Application Associate (Edition 2015) – SAP HANA”.
Delivery: E-Learning + training system  ///  Classroom equivalent: HA100
(2-day course) + HA300 (3-day course) + HA900 (2-day Course)

 

E-Learning – SPS09
HA100ESAP HANA – Introduction – Planned for April 2015Technical overview course addressing all target audiences.
Delivery: E-Learning  ///  Classroom equivalent: HA100
HA200E – SAP HANA – Installation & Operations (20-hour course) – Planned for April 2015
Commencing with the installation of SAP HANA this course provides in-depth knowledge on administration, operations and monitoring with SAP HANA, addressing primarily technology consultants and administrators.Delivery: E-Learning  ///  Classroom equivalent: HA200
HA300E SAP HANA – Implementation & Modeling (8-hour course) – Planned for April 2015
This course provides more in-depth knowledge on implementing information models in SAP HANA including advanced modeling features, content management, analytical privileges, and a short overview on data provisioning techniques. This course addresses primarily implementation and modeling roles.
Delivery: E-Learning  ///  Classroom equivalent: HA300
HA900E SAP HANA – Implementation & Modeling (8-hour course) – Planned for April 2015
This course enables students implementing SAP HANA Live information models for real-time operational reporting and consuming those with the various reporting tools of the SAP Business Intelligence suite. Students learn how to adopt pre-defined content for customer-specific scenarios. Primary target audiences are implementation roles.
Delivery: E-Learning  ///  Classroom equivalent: HA900

 

Certification – SPS09
C_HANAIMP151SAP Certified Application Associate (Edition 2015) – SAP HANA (Associate Level, 3 hours, 80 items) – Planned for Q2.2015The certification builds on the knowledge gained through related SAP HANA SPS09 training and preferably refined by practical experience.Target audience: Consultants and customers that engage in SAP HANA SPS09 projects in modeling and implementation roles.Sample questions for exam preparation will be provided.Delivery: Proctored exam in SAP training centers or Pearson VUE.
C_HANATEC151SAP Certified Technology Associate (Edition 2015) – SAP HANA (Associate Level, 3 hours, 80 items) – Planned for Q2.2015The certification builds on the knowledge gained through related SAP HANA SPS09 training and preferably refined by practical experience.Target audience: Consultants and customers that engage in SAP HANA SPS09 projects in technology and administration roles.Sample questions for exam preparation will be provided.Delivery: Proctored exam in SAP training centers or Pearson VUE.
E_HANAINS151SAP Certified Technology Specialist (Edition 2015) – SAP HANA Installation (Specialist Level, 1,5 hours, 40 items) – Planned for Q2.2015The certification builds on the knowledge gained through related SAP HANA SPS09 training and preferably refined by practical experience.Target audience: Consultants and customers in technology roles with a special expertise in installing SAP HANA SPS09.Sample questions for exam preparation will be provided.Delivery: Proctored exam in SAP training centers or Pearson VUE.
E_HANAAW151 – SAP Certified Development Specialist – ABAP for SAP HANA  (Edition 2015) (Specialist Level, 1,5 hours, 40 items) – Planned for Q2.2015The certification builds on both the basic knowledge gained in related ABAP-for-HANA training and documentation, as well as on practical experience gained as a member of a SAP HANA team, where the candidate would apply this knowledge practically in projects.Target audience: Consultants and customers in development rolesSample questions for exam preparation will be provided.Delivery: Proctored exam in SAP training centers or Pearson VUE.
E_HANABW151SAP Certified Application Specialist (Edition 2014) – SAP BW powered by SAP HANA (Specialist Level, 1,5 hours, 40 items) – Planned for Q2.2015The certification builds on the knowledge gained from SAP BW powered by SAP HANA SPS09 training and documentation and hands-on experience as the exam will test your ability to apply the skills you have gained in the training.Target audience: Consultants and customers that engage in SAP BW powered by HANA projects.Sample questions for exam preparation will be provided.Delivery: Proctored exam in SAP training centers or Pearson VUE.
C_HANASUP_1SAP Certified Support Associate – SAP HANA (Associate Level, 3 hours, 80 items) – will be retired. Candidates can take the C_HANATEC151 instead.
P_HANAIMP141SAP Certified Application Professional (Edition 2014) – SAP HANA (Professional Level, 3 hours, 80 items)  – will be retired.

SAP HANA Education – Course & Certification Program 2014 please click here. SAP Learning Hub – Learning Rooms for SAP HANA

Learning Room Description Learning Objectives
SAP HANA Implementation & Modeling SAP HANA Introduction, Implementation & Modeling Develop a broad view of SAP HANA, it’s position as a platform, the
architecture, and development toolsDevelop detailed knowledge in the area of SAP HANA Implementation,
Modeling and Data Provisioning.Prepare yourself for SAP HANA certification : C_HANAIMPXXX- SAP
Certified Application Associate – SAP HANA
ABAP for SAP HANA This room will provide you with a collaborative environment to help you work towards taking the ABAP for HANA specialist certification exam.  Of course, if you don’t plan to take the certification, but still wish to learn more about ABAP for HANA, then this room
is for you too!!
The ABAP for HANA Certification room (E_HANAAWXXX – SAP Certified
Development Specialist – ABAP for SAP HANA) is intended to guide
learners through the topic areas needed for the ABAP for HANA Specialist certification exam.With expert instructors on hand to answer any questions you have,
appropriate self-study material, extra content on the most important topic
areas, and live online sessions where you will have the chance to interact with
an instructor and each other, this room is a great way to work towards
certification
SAP HANA Administration and
Operations
This room will provide you with a collaborative e-learning environment to help you work towards taking the SAP Certified Technology Associate – SAP HANA certification exam.Of course, if you don’t plan to take this certification, but still want to learn more about SAP HANA Technology, then this Learning Room is for you too!! Prepare the Certification exam: C_HANATECXXX – SAP Certified Technology
Associate – SAP HANA

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SAP Business suite:-

Most people relate SAP with its ERP offering, SAP now offers variety of products to address varied needs of an organization. Lets have a look at them

1. SAP HANA:- High Performance Analytic Appliance uses in-memory computing, a breakthrough technology that enables analysis of very large, non-aggregated data at unprecedented speed in local memory (vs. disk-based database) enabling complex analyses, plans and simulations on real-time data.

2. SAP Convergent Charging :- SAP Convergent Charging provides a rating and charging solution for high-volume processing in service industries. It delivers pricing design capabilities, high performance rating and convergent balance management.

3. Customer Relationship Management:- Unlike other CRM software, the SAP Customer Relationship Management (SAP CRM) application, part of the SAP Business Suite, not only helps you address your short-term imperatives – to reduce cost and increase your decision-making ability – but can also help your company achieve differentiated capabilities in order to compete effectively over the long term.

4. Enterprise Resource Planning:- A sound foundation is necessary to compete and win in the global marketplace. The SAP ERP application supports the essential functions of your business processes and operations efficiently and are tailored to specific needs of your industry like SAP ERP Financials, SAP ERP Human capital management,SAP ERP Operations,SAP ERP corporate services.

5. SAP Environment, Health, and Safety Management :- It supports environmental, occupational and product safety processes, regulatory compliance, and corporate responsibility. This is accomplished by embedding corporate policies, compliance, and environmental, health and safety capabilities with global business processes for human resources, logistics, production and finance.

6. SAP Global Batch Traceability :- It allows you to completely trace tracked objects, for example, a batch, across both SAP systems and non-SAP systems. In the event of a recall or withdrawal, SAP GBT ensures the timely compliance with legal reporting timelines. Furthermore, it helps you to minimize cost and corporate risk exposure. You can also analyze multiple objects, for example, batches, in one run.

7. SAP Product Life Cycle Management:- To survive in an ever-changing global environment, creating and delivering innovative and market differentiating products and services is what distinguishes your company from the competition. The SAP Product Lifecycle Management (SAP PLM) application provides you with a 360-degree-support for all product-related processes – from the first product idea, through manufacturing to product service.

8. SAP Supplier Life Cycle Management:- SAP Supplier Lifecycle Management is a holistic approach to managing supplier relationships. It deals with the supply base as a whole to constantly determine the right mix of suppliers. It covers the lifecycle of individual suppliers ‒ from onboarding to a continuous development.

9. Supply Chain Management :- You face enormous pressure to reduce costs while increasing innovation and improving customer service and responsiveness. SAP Supply Chain Management (SAP SCM) enables collaboration, planning, execution, and coordination of the entire supply network, empowering you to adapt your supply chain processes to an ever-changing competitive environment.

10 Supplier Relationship Management:- With SAP SRM you can examine and forecast purchasing behavior, shorten procurement cycles, and work with your partners in real time. This allows you to develop long-term relationships with all those suppliers that have proven themselves to be reliable partners.

11 Governance, Risk and Compliance:- Risk is unavoidable, but it can be managed. With governance, risk, and compliance (GRC), businesses can strategically balance risk and opportunity.

12 Sales and operations planning:- SAP Sales and Operations Planning enables you to optimally and profitably meet long-term future demand. Typically, this process repeats every month and involves many participants including Sales, Marketing, Finance, Demand Planning, and Supply Chain Planning.

13 SAP Transportation Management :- It supports you in all activities connected with the physical transportation of goods from one location to another.

14 Extended Warehouse Management:- SAP Extended Warehouse Management gives you the option of mapping your entire warehouse complex in detail in the system, down to the storage bin level. Not only does this give you an overview of the total quantity of a product in the warehouse, but you can also always see exactly where a specific product is, at any time, in your warehouse complex. With EWM, you can optimize the use of various storage bins and stock movements, and can combine the storage of stocks from several plants in randomly-managed warehouses.

15 Mobile Apps:- Mobile devices can also access SAP system.

SAP Modules – As i write before this .. following is the list of module available in SAP system.

  1. SAP FI Module- FI — for Financial Accounting
  2. SAP CO Module- CO — for Controlling
  3. SAP PS Module – and PS is Project Systems
  4. SAP HR Module – HR — for Human Resources
  5. SAP PM Module – = Plant Maintenance is the PM
  6. SAP MM Module – MM is Materials Management
  7. SAP QM Module –  QM — for Quality Management
  8. SAP PP Module – PP  is Production Planning
  9. SAP SD Module – SD is Sales and Distribution
  10. SAP BW Module – = BW — for Business (Data) Warehouse.
  11. SAP  EC Module – = EC — for Enterprise Controlling
  12. SAP TR Module – = TR — for Treasury
  13. SAP    IM Module – = IM — for Investment Management
  14. SAP – IS = IS — for Industries specific solution
  15. SAP – Basis
  16. SAP – ABAP
  17. SAP – Cross Application Components
  18. SAP – CRM = CRM — for Customer Relationship Management
  19. SAP – SCM = SCM — for Supply Chain Management
  20. SAP – PLM = PLM — for Product Life Cycle Management
  21. SAP – SRM = SRM — for Supplier Relationship Management
  22. SAP – CS = CS — for Customer Service
  23. SAP – SEM = SEM — for STRATEGIC ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT
  24. SAP – RE = RE — for Real Estate

Providing login information When you use the universe design tool  you must first log into the Central Management Server (CMS). Note: This is not the case with universe design tool personal, there is no CMS and no login required. If you log with another user identification, you are entitled to all the rights of that user; you may also be restricted from certain commands.   You can run the universe design tool in standalone mode. This allows you to use it without connecting to a repository. In this mode, you can create personal and shared connections, but you can not access connections or universes stored in the CMS.   Note: BusinessObjects passwords are case-sensitive. You can enter the following login parameters You provide the following login information in an identification box: Login information Description System CMS name User Name Your Business Objects user name. Password Your Business Objects password. Authentification Windows authentification mode. Universe design tool session from the task bar:

  1. Click Start on the taskbar.
  2. Point to the Programs menu.
  3. Click the Designer program from the Business Objects command.

The “User Identification” box appears.

  • Fill in the login fields.
  • Click OK.The welcome screen of the “Quick Design” wizard appears.
  • Clear the Run this Wizard at Startup check box.
  • Click Cancel.

An empty session opens. The user name and repository name appear in the title bar. Login parameters The Login page contains parameters that you set to identify the connection and to enable you to connect to the middleware. You specify the following connection and login parameters.   Parameter Description Type Connection type. Depending on your Business Objects product, you can create one of three connection types: Personal Shared Secured Name Identifying name for the connection. This name is available in the list of available connections. If multiple universes must access the same data, you can select this connection for each universe without having to define a new connection. User name Your database user name. This is normally assigned to you by the database administrator. Use Single Sign-On when viewing reports When selected, the user name and password used to access the repository are automatically used as database login parameters. See the BusinessObjects Enterprise 11 Administrator’s Guide for information on setting up Single Sign-On. Password Your database password. This is normally assigned to you by the database administrator. Data source name or Service If you are using an ODBC driver the data source name identifies the the target database. If you are using a native driver, the database name identifies the target database.

To set login parameters

  1. Select a connection type.
  2. Type connection name, user name, and database password.
  3. Select a data source from the Datasource drop down list box.Or Type the name for the database or datasource that you want to access.
  4. If required type the database or server name in the Database or Server text box. This box is RDBMS dependant.
  5. Click Next.

Importing a universe You can import one or more universes stored in the repository. A universe that you import becomes available to you as a file in a subfolder of the Universe folder, or in any other folder you specify. You can import a universe while keeping it locked in the repository. As a result, another designer can import the universe but cannot make changes to it until you have unlocked it.

Import options You can select the following options when importing a universe: Parameter Description Folder Lists all the universe folders that you are authorized to access. Open the selected universes When selected opens the selected universes immediately after import. Available Universes Lists all the universes in the selected universe folder. For each universe, the box lists the associated file name, universe name, and lock state. Within this box, you can select and/or lock the universes you wish to import: Description Text describing selected universe. This is the text that appears in the Description field in the Definition page of Universe Parameters.

Universes are listed in the Available Universes pane as follows:   Column title Description File Name Lists the file names of universes you can import. Universe Name Lists the universe names (long names) you can import. Locked Lists users who have locked universes. When a universe is locked, a padlock  is displayed beside the file name. If you lock a universe, do not forget to unlock it before exporting it if you want other designers to have access to it. To lock a universe, double-click its file name. Import Folder     Displays the pathname of the folder in which the universes are to be imported. By default, the universe design tool imports universes to the universes root folder for the CMS. To specify another folder, type its name within the box, or use the Browse button to select another one.

To import a universe

  1. Select File > Import.The Import Universe dialog box appears.
  2. Select a universe folder from the drop down list box.Or Click the Browse button and select a universe using the folder browser. You want to import a universe from this folder.
  3. If you want to lock the universe, double-click the universe name.A locked universe appears with a padlock symbol. To unlock a universe, double-click it again.
  4. Click a universe name.This is the universe that you want to import.
  5. Verify the file path for the import folder in the Import Folder box.The universe is imported to this folder.

Click OK   If you want to export use,

Exporting a universe You can export a universe to the BusinessObjects repository.   Export universe prerequisites and options A universe must have a secured connection before it can be exported. If you created a universe with a personal or shared connection, you must create a new connection with a secured type and assign it to the universe. You can define the following export options: Option Description Domain Lists all the universe folders that you are authorized to access. Groups Lists all the users groups to which you belong.

Universes Lists all the universes that you can export to the repository. For each universe, the box lists the pathname, file name, and universe name (long name)To select a universe, click its file name. To lock a universe, double-click its file name. When a universe is locked, a padlock  is displayed beside the file name. File Name Lists the pathname and file names of universes you can export. Universe Name Lists the universe names (long names) of universes you can export. Add Inserts universes in the Universes box. These are the universes you want to export. Remove Remove universes from the Universes box.

Export a universe to the repository

You must save a universe before exporting to the repository.

  1. Select File > Export.The Export Universe dialog box appears.
  2. Select a universe folder from the Domain drop down list box. If the universe is in another folder on the file system, Browse to the folder.If you want to lock the universe, double-click the universe name. A locked universe appears with a padlock symbol. To unlock a universe, double-click it again.
  3. Click a group in the Groups list box. This is the user group that uses the exported universe.
  4. Click a universe in the Universes list box.The Universes list box shows the names of the active universes.
  5. If you want to export other universes that are not open, click the Add Universe button, and then use the browser to select the other universes.
  6. Click OK.At the end of the export, DESIGNER displays a message.
  7. Click OK.     ..

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SAP Modules

SAP Modules is based on Enterprise Resource Planning solutions, typically SAP software solutions. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) that allows an enterprise to manage data bases for different processes from a single unified system. SAP AG is originally German multinational software who deals in software development for business management and improved customer relations in enterprises.

Few of the SAP development modules

  • SAP Financial Accounting (FI)
  • SAP Controlling (CO)
  • SAP Sales and Distribution (SD)
  • SAP Production Planning (PP)
  • SAP Materials Management (MM)
  • SAP Quality Management (QM)
  • SAP Human Capital Management (HCM)

SAP FI module as the term suggests deals in managing financial transactions within enterprises. This financial accounting module helps employees to manage data involved in any financial and business transactions in a unified system. This module functions very well for reporting requirements. The SAP FI module is very flexible and is functions well in any type of economic situation.

SAP CO module is another important SAP modules offered to enterprises. The controlling module supports in the process works of planning, reporting and monitoring operations of businesses. It involves methods to view and organize costs that are required for financial reporting.

SAP SD modules deal in managing all transactions ranging from enquiries, proposals, quotations and pricing and more. The sales and distribution module helps greatly in inventory control and management. SAP SD module consists of master data, system configuration and transactions.

SAP PP module is another important module that includes software designed specifically for production planning and management. This module also consists of master data, system configuration and transactions in order to accomplish plan procedure for production. SAP PP module collaborate with master data, sales and operations planning, distribution resource planning, material requirements planning, Kanban, product cost planning and so on while working towards production management in enterprises.

SAP MM module as the term suggests manages materials required, processed and produced in enterprises. Different types of procurement processes are managed with this system.

SAP QM module helps in management of quality in productions across processes in an organization. This quality management module helps an organization to accelerate their business by adopting a structured and functional way of managing quality in different processes.

SAP HCM module enhances the work process and data management within HR department of enterprises. Right from hiring a person to evaluating one’s performance, managing promotions, compensations, handling payroll and other related activities of an HR is processed using this module.

The most important SAP deployment modules that develop software for efficient work in enterprises.

References: SAP Certification pdf click here 

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SAP HANA – Powering Next Generation

SAP HANA combines database, data processing, and application platform capabilities in-memory. The platform provides libraries for predictive, planning, text processing, spatial, and business analytics.

This new architecture enables converged OLTP and OLAP data processing within a single in-memory column-based data store with ACID compliance, while eliminating data redundancy and latency. By providing advanced capabilities, such as predictive text analytics, spatial processing, data virtualization, on the same architecture, it further simplifies application development and processing across big data sources and structures. This makes SAP HANA the most suitable platform for building and deploying next-generation, realtime applications and analytics. Tutorial SAP Hana SPS 7, click here

Most Important Features:- Few fascinating points that really made me to evaluate hana:

  • Support of hybrid data stores; hana supports both ROW and COLUMN types in the same engine; which is a big missing piece in many leading data stores at present.
  • Support of both SQL and MDX
  • Support of SQLScript language
  • Support of modeling views for getting aggregated data (non-materialized, avoids data duplication; good and bad as both has their own advantages and dis-advantages)
  • Support for R integration and most popular predictive analytical functions in the form of “PAL” (Predictive Analysis Library) written using SQLScript; which can ease the development cycles for data scientists (support for clustering and classification algorithms is good enough to support larger audience).
  • Support for time traversal using history table; which can help easy book-keeping of sensitive data especially for financial, SEC and UID (Update, Insert and Delete) operations (this is somewhat similar to HBase cell version) and avoids the need for append-only or audit table logic that has been used by many companies.

How It Can Power Next Generation Analytics: As Intel took computational power to new heights in last few years, and cost of memory and SSDs/Flash IO Cards are becoming cheaper day by day; and hana tries to capitalize by standardizing the hardware requirements.

If SAP can deliver what has been promised, unless something really blows big in terms of performance or stability; surely hana can play a crucial role in the following four areas where there is still a big vacuum in today’s (big) data world:

Real Time Analytics:- Transactional, in-memory grid, persistence and getting real time analytics is critical for any business. Real time stats is going to be de-facto in coming years for majority of the business as it reflects directly on user experience and takes the business insights in to next logical level.

As there is no good solution that solves the current real time needs in large data flow environments; people use  alternative methods like:

  • Custom ETL (takes away the real real-time meaning)
  • In-memory driven counter based solution (just the counts for real-time, other stats are not exposed)
  • Separate event handling by having parallel implementation to transactional flow (currently people either use in-memory counter based or priority queue solution)

The days are not too far to expect everything to be (near) real-time and hana will surely lead the space.

Reporting and Visualization: –

Even though the reporting and/or visualization space is old and matured over years, but OLAP/MDX engine is always being a core of a problem for most of the reporting and visualization needs in big data analytics space and lot of reporting needs were suppressed due to lack of scalable in-memory OLAP solution.

Being personally involved in a few analytics/reporting products in the last few years; where lot of reporting features were either stripped or eliminated due to the following reasons:

  • performance
  • lack of materialized data in-time
  • data getting refreshed too frequently and heavy invalidation
  • cubes not being able to keep up with refresh rate

There are cases where the cubes are built overnight for serving tomorrow needs by keeping yesterday’s data; which by no means helps any business.

Hana can be a strong candidate in this space and one could expect major changes in reporting/visualization area once MDX becomes less of a problem on frequently changed data and can keep up near real time by staying closer to the actual source of data.

One solution fits for all:-

Hana bridges the gap between typical OLTP engine to warehouse/analytics world along with positioning itself in the next generation database SaaS suite offering by enabling features like PAL (Predictive Analysis Library) and advanced scripting language like SQLScript; which enables the system to be more extensible and build an ecosystem by developers and third party vendors easily.

Hana eventually becomes the core of SAP’s software as a service (SaaS) and more than that, the solution can replace the need for many components like OLTP, NoSQL, ETL, Warehouse, Datamart and OLAP in the typical (big) data architecture.

Predictive Analytics:-

As more businesses lean towards predictive analytics; and Gartner predicts predictive analytics is the future of most business by 2016; no database vendor seriously incorporated core algorithms (or efficient statistical functions) and make it extensible; so that the computation can run like a stored procedure by keeping the dataset within the engine space by taking advantage of the hardware.

But, it’s not easy for any database vendor to support unless there is a support for expressive language; which none of the current databases support; except MongoDB; but apparently they did not. Hana took a stab due to the support of SQLScript.

Basically, instead of fetching massive amounts of data to application logic and processing one row at a time; the logic needs to be pushed down to server; if server can handle efficiently; and hana is designed for this purpose (parallel calculation engine).

This is surely a winning feature from hana by targeting the future business needs along with solving currently burning problem space.

 

  • Support for unstructured data: Currently, hana does not have a way to handle unstructured data directly; and one needs to transform into structured data and hopefully we can expect this important feature down the line.
  • Materialized views: Initially I was little hesitant to evaluate hana without materialized views support; even though it can compute on the fly due to in-memory processing speeds; but having the aggregated data materialized in real-time can add a lot of benefit to real world analytical space.
  • NoSQL, key-value support: Even though one does not need a separate key value storage when you have a high performance in-memory grid like hana; but nice to have non transactional table store (in-memory or optionally persisted) and uses the native REST API (part of  HANA XS though) for PUT, GET, POST and DELETE operations.
  • Standalone: Nice if they had a version that runs on standard hardware that is ideal for development, testing, staging and also for smaller footprint use cases.
  • SUSE: Hana only supported on SUSE OS; which is kind of out-dated (at-least in north America); I wish they picked either Redhat or Ubuntu.
  • Cost: It is an expensive solution; and may not be an option for small companies (forget about startups unless SAP can spin the wheel by giving it for free as part of their new cloud offering, and they should if they really need a penetration).
  • SQL: At first glance; it lacks lot of basic SQL support that one may need (especially people coming from MySQL, PostgreSQL or Oracle background).

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SAP BusinessObjects Analysis, edition for OLAP

 SAP BusinessObjects Analysis, edition for OLAP is the successor to SAP BusinessObjects Voyager and the premium alternative to SAP BEx Analyzer. Analysis provides the following new features and enhancements, which are focused on improving productivity and depth of analysis: 

Workspace sheets

Workspace sheets can contain up to four crosstabs and charts, and allow you to group related analyses. Sheets can be accessed as tabs at the bottom of the analysis window.

Task panels:

Task panels allow most interactions and analysis tasks to be performed while the relevant data remains visible in the analysis window. The Data, Properties, and Outline task panels are always immediately available, while other task panels such as the filtering and calculations task panels are available on demand.

• The “Data” panel displays your data source connections and their dimensions and hierarchies.

• The “Properties” panel displays a selected component’s properties. You can edit common properties such as “Analysis Name”, “Description”, and chart dimensions.

• The “Outline” panel displays the relationships between the analyses and visual components across  your workspace sheets.

 Layout panel:

The “Layout” panel is an alternative way to display and arrange visual components. You can add and rearrange dimensions or hierarchies by dragging and dropping these elements into the “Columns”,

“Rows”, and “Background” drop zones. These elements can be filtered, sorted, or organized within the panel.

Tabbed toolbar:

The tabbed toolbar allows you to complete most data-analysis tasks from the toolbar. Similar features are grouped into tabs to simplify the layout. Some buttons on the toolbar are associated with multiple functions, which can be accessed by clicking the arrow beside the button.

Analysis task panels:

You can configure analysis features with analysis task panels, such as the “Filter”, “Custom Calculations”, and “Conditional Formatting” task panels. “Analysis” task panels open on top of the “Task” panel to keep the analysis window visible. Additionally, the “Conditional Formatting” task panel provides a Preview option that displays the effects of changes before applying them.

 Data presentation:

Improvements to data presentation have been added:

• You can now control the positioning of parent and result members.

• Aggregate calculations, which summarize a selection of members, can now be changed at runtime.

Each measure member can have its own aggregation.

• You can now asymmetrically expand different parts of a hierarchy when multiple hierarchies are nested on an axis.

• You can swap the axes of any subanalysis independently from the main analysis.

• You can reorder members to make comparisons easier.

Sorting

You can sort by member names and values.

 Search

SAP BusinessObjects Analysis features a search function with new features, such as ranking results by relevance or using Boolean search operators.

 Conditional Formatting

Conditional formatting allows you to format selected columns, rows, or cells to highlight important results.

This includes a preview feature that displays the chosen effects before adding them to the analysis. You can assign levels of priority to formatting rules, which determine which conditional formatting is displayed. Formatting can be assigned to a specific dimension within nested dimensions. There is no limit to the number of ranges you can select for formatting.

 Calculations

Calculations are added as new members with the same behaviors as other members, such as filtering or applying conditional formatting (except for dynamic calculations). SAP BusinessObjects Analysis comes with the following calculations:

Custom Calculations allow you to create your own calculations from any combination of functions and members.

Dynamic Calculations automatically recalculate the associated members when the data changes.

Simple Calculations are any calculations that involve multiple members and any one of the four basic arithmetical operators: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division.

Nulls and zeros

The Nulls & Zeros button allows you to focus on meaningful values by suppressing rows or columns with zero or null values.

Multiple queries

SAP BusinessObjects Analysis allows for multiple simultaneous queries from different data providers, from up to four different data sources per sheet.

 Sharing

SAP BusinessObjects Analysis has improved its export capabilities to Microsoft Excel. You can export charts, analyses, sheets, and workspaces, and retain number formatting and conditional formatting.

Data can be printed to PDF file in two forms:

• Sheet form prints the content of the screen onto a single page.

• Data form prints the filtered data instead of the visual component.

 Analysis views

Analysis views allow interoperability between SAP BusinessObjects Analysis and other SAP BusinessObjects products, such as Crystal Reports and Web Intelligence. Analysis views, which are specific navigation states of analyses, are saved independently from workspaces. Analysis views can be created in Analysis and consumed in Analysis, Crystal Reports and Web Intelligence.

 Server maintenance

In the event of a server failure, all sessions transfer to another live server, which will maintain user states and allow administrators to run maintenance with minimal user impact.

 Auditing

The Audit feature, which has been standardized with the SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence platform, now records all view, save, and export actions, and all cube and server connections.

 Tracing

Trace logs are now accessible to SAP Solution Manager Diagnostics and the Product and Production Management System (PPMS). Unified Tracing allows administrators to trace a workflow across multiple components and servers. Instrumented server code allows easier performance diagnostics.

 LifeCycle Management

The LifeCycle Management Console allows administrators to promote workspaces and data connections, including SAP BW queries, cubes, and their dependencies, to different deployments.

BI launch pad

BI launch pad (formerly known as InfoView) features an improved user interface and additional options for interface customization.

 

Tabs

The new user interface features two main navigation tabs, the Home tab and the Documents tab. Objects open in new tabs or windows depending on your user preferences. The next time you log onto BI launch pad, the pinned document tab is automatically open and ready for viewing.

 Home tab

The default Home tab layout contains the following modules:

• “My Recently Viewed Documents”

• “My Recently Run Documents”

• “Unread Messages in My Inbox”

• “Unread Alerts”

• “My Applications”

You or your administrator can also design a custom BI workspace and set it as a default Home tab for different users and groups.

 Documents tab

The Documents tab (formerly called the Document List) has an improved user interface. The drawers in the left-hand Navigation panel let you switch between different views of the repository easily.

Additionally, the Details panel lets you view document metadata as you browse.

 Viewing documents:

The default document-viewing behavior of BI launch pad has changed. How you view an object can affect what is displayed:

• If you view a dynamic content document (for example, a Crystal report or a Web Intelligence document) by double-clicking the object in the List panel, the latest instance of the document opens.

If the latest instance is unavailable, the object itself opens.

• If you view an object by clicking View > View, the object opens.

• If you click View > View Latest Instance, the latest object instance opens.

• If you view a publication or program object, BI launch pad displays the object properties if the latest instance is unavailable.

 Platform Search:

Platform Search functionality and performance have improved in this release. When you type the text that you want to locate in the Search field in the toolbar, “quick search” functionality shows the top six

results sorted by relevance as you type. Search goes through the metadata and content of documents that are found in the repository and in Explorer. You can also use advanced syntax such as Boolean,

phrase, and attribute values in your search. When you run your search, your results are listed in the Search drawer and sorted by facet. These facets group your results together by InfoObject metadata, document metadata, and document content.

 Alerting:

Alerting is a feature that spans different applications and is used to notify users and administrators when events are triggered. In SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence platform, users and

administrators can subscribe to alerts for system, file, or custom events. Reports created in SAP Crystal Reports for enterprise which contain alerts also support Alerting. When the events or report alerts are

triggered, notifications are sent to the subscribers’ email addresses or a BI system destination.

SAP Business Explorer Web applications:

In this release, you can integrate Business Explorer Web applications with BI launch pad. These applications are Web-based applications from the Business Explorer (BEx) of SAP NetWeaver Business

Warehouse (BW) for data analysis, reporting, and analytical applications on the web. You can open the BEx Web applications in BI launch pad, navigate in the data and save the BEx Web applications

as bookmarks in the web browser favorites. SAP Help Portal at http://help.sap.com

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BI workspaces:

BI workspaces for SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence platform 4.0. The term Dashboard Builder has been rebranded to BI workspaces in this release, and it provides the following features:

Simplified workflows for creating BI workspaces:

• You can create, design, and manage BI workspaces more easily.

• Enhanced Save, Save As, and Open workflows allow you to store BI workspaces in public or personal folders.

• The legacy workspace creation objects, such as My InfoView, My Dashboard, and Corporate dashboards have been migrated into a single object called a BI workspace.

Enhanced BI workspace interface:

• “Module Library” improvements.

• New advanced search option in “Module Library”.

• Docking option for “Module Library”.

• Improved BI workspace toolbar and topbar.

Note:

The improved toolbar provides various options for you to create, edit, and save a BI workspace through multiple tab editing and save option at the BI workspace level.

Improved user experience to work with BI workspaces:

• The drop-down menu on the toolbar allows you to view and scroll through the complete list of tabs and sub tabs.

• The column layout mode allows you to resize columns.

Note:

Until the previous release, the column width of a BI workspace was set automatically. You can now resize these columns.

• The Multiple Navigation List option allows you to create more than one navigation list per page.

• View latest instance or recently viewed documents option allows you to access your recently viewed documents easily.

• Multilingual support enables you to create and manage BI workspaces in more than one language.

• You can create and manage modules with separate workflows.

• openDocument URL links enable easy navigation.

Improved monitoring, management, and deployment of BI workspaces

• Close integration with SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence platformCentral Management Console (CMC) for security features.

• Improved security features for viewing and editing BI workspaces through the CMC.

• Auditing for BI workspaces through CMC.

• Automatic migration of BI workspaces from previous releases using the upgrade management tool.

• Multiple logs to track access.

• Supportability for SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence platform end-to-end tracing and enhanced performance.

Seamless connectivity to reports through advanced content linking

• Content Linking: The interportlet communication enables you to perform advanced visual granular linking of various source and target data types. You can enable the source Dashboard Design or Web Intelligence component to target prompts and filters within target Dashboard Design, Crystal Reports, or Web Intelligence documents on composite BI workspaces.

• Granular mapping: You can view the data used in Dashboard Design, Web Intelligence, and other related data types as visual representations. The data that can be linked in the source and target modules is automatically mapped and presented visually.

Installation pre-requisites for Microsoft SharePoint ::::::::

In SAP BusinessObjects 4.0, Support Package 2, the Integration Option for Microsoft SharePoint software supports both the Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and the Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2010. The required platform architecture is 64-bit and SharePoint administrative services should be in running state.

Before installing the Integration Option, one of the following software applications should be installed on the system:

• Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010

• Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010

• Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007

• Windows SharePoint Services 3.0

Updates to the system requirements

Operating system:

• For SharePoint Server 2007- 64 bit Operating systems supported

• For SharePoint Server 2010- Windows 2008 supported

RAM:

• For SharePoint Server 2007: 3GB (minimum) or 4GB (recommended)

• For SharePoint Server 2010: 8 GB

Minimum disk space: 1.3 GB

Free Space required for installation with all Language Packs: 1.4 GB on both SharePoint 2007 and

SharePoint 2010

SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence Suite 4.0, SAP

BusinessObjects Business Intelligence Suite 4.0 SP1 also supports:

• Oracle Solaris

For full details of the supported versions and related third-party software, see the SAP Product Availability

Matrix available at: http://service.sap.com/pam

Note:

Type the following string into the “Search” field to find the Supported Platforms document for version

4.0 SP1: SBOP BI Platform 4.0.

The Supported Platform documents for the SAP BusinessObjects portfolio are also available at:

https://websmp206.sap-ag.de/bosap-supportedplatforms

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Tutorials – SAP BI Suite

These official product tutorials are designed to assist you in learning how to use SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence (BI) products. Select a product to view a dynamic library of conceptual animations and interactive step-by-step demonstrations for that product, or review the Hot Topics at the bottom of the page for concepts and features that apply across the BI suite of products. Start exploring the content below or watch the overview video to learn more.

SAP BusinessObjects BI 4.x

Other Releases

The following tutorials cover features and concepts that apply across the BI suite of products. New content is added as soon as it becomes available, so check back on a regular basis.

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Tutorials – SAP BusinessObjects Dashboards

The following tutorials have been developed to help you get started using the Business Intelligence Suite products. New content is added as soon as it becomes available, so check back on a regular basis.  Looking for eLearning for the rest of the Business Intelligence Suite? Go to sap.com/LearnBI.

Key Concepts

  • NEW for 4.0  Concept: What’s new in SAP BusinessObjects Dashboards 4.0 (5:06)     interactive / video
  • NEW for 4.0 FP3  Concept: What’s new in SAP BusinessObjects Dashboards 4.0 Feature Pack 3 (2:33)     interactive / video
  • Concept: Navigate the interface (3:20)     interactive / video
  • Concept: Create a dashboard (2:45)     interactive / video
  • Concept: Use selectors (1:51)     interactive / video
  • Concept: Make components visible based on conditions (1:45)     interactive / video
  • Concept: Set up alerts (1:57)     interactive / video

Getting Started

Connecting to Data Sources

  • NEW for 4.0  Connect to a universe with the Query Browser (3:01)     interactive / video
  • NEW for 4.0 FP3  Connect to an SAP BW BEx query using the Query Browser (3:12)     interactive / video
  • NEW for 4.0 FP3  Connect to an OLAP universe using the Query Browser (3:00)     interactive / video
  • NEW for 4.0  Bind a query to the embedded spreadsheet (3:27)     interactive / video
  • NEW for 4.0  Bind a query directly to a component (1:37)     interactive / video
  • NEW for 4.0  Manage query prompts (2:04)     interactive / video
  • NEW for 4.0 FP3  Manage query prompts for hierarchical data in OLAP universes (2:48)     interactive / video
  • NEW for 4.0 FP3  Manage query prompts for hierarchical data in BEx queries (3:57)     interactive / video
  • Connect to a web service (3:11)     interactive / video
  • Connect to a new XML definition (3:44)     interactive / video
  • Connect to an external interface (6:33)     interactive / video
  • NEW for 4.0 FP3  Create a Web Dynpro Flash Island connection (5:24)     interactive / video

Working with Charts

Working with Other Components

Setting up Interactive Elements

  • Change the data that displays based on user selection (4:33)     interactive / video
  • Select an image to filter data in a dashboard (4:12)     interactive / video
  • Select a region on a map to filter data in a dashboard (3:35)     interactive / video
  • Select an item in a chart to filter data in a dashboard (2:17)     interactive / video
  • Select an item in a table to filter the data in a dashboard (3:02)     interactive / video
  • Make components visible based user selection (3:43)     interactive / video

Applying Formatting

To view the full Dashboards 4.0/4.0 Feature Pack 3 playlist on Youtube, click here.

To report a technical issue with a tutorial, send an email to: BI_Suite_eLearning@sap.com.

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Business Intelligence Suite Error Messages Explained

   SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence Suite 4.0 Feature Pack 3

Administration & Security Error Messages Administration error messages include the following ranges and categories:

* Administration (ADM) Errors

* Administration Wizard (ADW) Error Messages

*  BI Platform Servers (FWB) Error Messages

* BIP Framework Middleware (FWM) Error Messages

*  Security (USR) Errors

1.3.1 FWM 00001 – FWM 00009 Transport error: Communication failure.(FWM 00001)

Cause > The client could not communicate with the server, because the server may be offline, because there is a network communication problem, or because a client request may have timed out.

Action > Ensure that the server is online, that there is network communication, and increase the amount of time before requests time out.

Administration & Security Error Messages Transport error: Insufficient resources.(FWM 00002)

Cause > The client and server cannot communicate with each other.

Action > Ensure both the client and server use SSL or do not use SSL. Kerberos target name %1 is unknown. Please contact your system administrator to make sure it’s set up properly.(FWM 00003)

Cause > The target account or the Service Principal Name (SPN) is not recognized.

Action > Ensure that the target account and target SPN exist. Failed to contact the Active Directory server. (FWM 00004)

Cause > The Active Directory Server is unreachable.

Action > Find the server name in the logs, and ensure that the server is accessible. The Active Directory Authentication plugin could not authenticate at this time. Please try again. If the problem persists, please contact your technical support department. (FWM 00005)

Cause > The Active Directory plugin uses an outdated alias format.

Action >> Update the Active Directory plugin in the Central Management Console, on the “AD plugin” page. Active Directory Authentication failed to log you on. Please contact your system administrator to make sure you are a member of a valid

Administration & Security Error Messages mapped group and try again. If you are not a member of the default domain, enter your user name as UserName@DNS_DomainName, and then try again. (FWM 00006)

Cause > A logon context cannot be created.

Action > Ensure that your configuration file entry is valid, and that you have the permissions necessary to create a login context. Invalid username or password. If your account is under any root other than %1, you must enter your DN. (FWB 00007) (FWM 00007)

Cause > Your username could not be authenticated.

Action > Enter a valid username and password.

Note: If your account is on another system, you must enter your distinguished name (DN). LDAP Authentication has not been configured to use single sign on. Please contact your system administrator. (FWM 00008)

Cause  > You have not configured Single Sign-On.

Action > Configure Single Sign-On. LDAP Authentication with an empty password is not supported when single sign on is not enabled. (FWM 00009)

Cause > You have not entered a password.

Administration & Security Error Messages Action Enter a valid password. 1.3.2 FWM 01001 – FWM 01014 A problem occurred while talking to the server {0} (FWM 01001)

Cause > A problem occurred while communicating with the server.

Action > See the cause of the problem for more information. Unable to reconnect to the CMS {0}. The session has been logged off or has expired. (FWM 01002)

Cause > You have logged off or your session has expired.

Action > Log on again. Server {0} not found or server may be down (FWM 01003)

Cause > The server cannot be found. It may be offline.

Action > Check the port settings of the Central Management Server, and then start and enable the server. Unable to open a socket to talk to CMS {0} (FWM 01005)

Cause > Unable to open a socket to communicate with the Central Management Server.

Administration & Security Error Messages

Action > Ensure that the Central Management Server is running. Unable to connect to service {0} from server {1} via CMS {2} (FWM 01006)

Cause > Unable to connect to the service through the Central Management Server.

Action > Log on to the Central Management Console and ensure that the service is running on the appropriate server.Unable to list services from server {0} via CMS {1} (FWM 01007)

Cause > Unable to list the services running on the specified server via the specified Central Management Server.

Action > Log on to the Central Management Console and ensure that the services are running on the appropriate servers. Unable to find servers in CMS {0} and cluster {1} with kind {2} and extra criteria {3}. All such servers could be down or disabled by the administrator. (FWM 01008)

Cause > Unable to find the required servers. They may be offline or disabled.

Action > Ensure that all required servers are running and enabled. Communication error occurred when trying to connect to server {0} (FWM 01009)

Cause > The indicated communication error occurred while connecting to the server.

Administration & Security Error Messages

Action > See the cause of the error for more information. The server group {0} not found in CMS {1} (FWM 01010)

Cause > The indicated server group was not found on the Central Management Server.

Action > Create the indicated server group. Service {0} not found on server {1} (FWM 01011)

Cause > The indicated service cannot be found on the indicated server.

Action > Log on to the Central Management Console and ensure that the indicated service is running on the indicated server. SSL mode is being requested but the following argument(s) are not present: {0} (FWM 01012)

Cause > The request for SSL mode is missing some arguments.

Action > Ensure that all SSL arguments are present in the request. SSL mode is being requested. Failure occurred trying to open or read data from the file named {0}. The error message is {1}. (FWM 01013)

Cause > The indicated file could not be opened or read.

Action > Ensure that the SSL files exist and that they can be read.

Administration & Security Error Messages Unable to find servers in CMS {0} and cluster {1} with kind {2} and service {3}. All such servers could be down or disabled by the administrator. (FWM 01014)

Cause > Servers with required services cannot be found. They may be offline or disabled by an administrator.                             Skip to top

Action > Ensure that all required servers are online and enabled, and that their required services are running. 1.3.3 FWM 02001 – FWM 02124 {0} (FWM 02001)

Cause > The indicated exception occurred.

Action > For more information, see the cause of the indicated exception. There was a problem retrieving the service {0} from the server {1} (FWM 02002)

Cause > The service could not be accessed on the server.

Action > Ensure that the service is running and enabled on the server. The {0} plug-in does not exist in the CMS (FWM 02017)

Cause > The required plugin is not installed on the Central Management Server.

Administration & Security Error Messages Action Ensure that the plugin is installed. The {0} plug-in could not be initialized (FWM 02018)

Cause > The required plugin could not be initialized.

Action > Ensure that you have permissions to create new InfoObjects of this type. The object with ID {0} does not exist in the CMS or you do not have the right to access it (FWM 02020)

Cause > The required object does not exist in the Central Management Server (CMS), or you do not have necessary access rights.

Action > Ensure that the object exists in the CMS and that you have the necessary access rights. There was an error involving the system property “{0}”. The value of this property at the time of the error was: {1}. This value does not appear to be valid. (FWM 02031)

Cause > The value of the required system property is invalid.

Action > Provide a valid system property value. There was an error reading the shared secret from the trusted principal configuration file. (FWM 02045)

Cause > The shared secret could not be read from the trusted principal configuration file.

Action > Ensure that the trusted principal configuration file is present and that it can be read.

Administration & Security Error Messages The object with ID {0} , Title “{1}”, Kind “{2}” has changed since last query (FWM 02050) Skip to top

Cause > The required InfoObject has changed since the last query.

Action > Query the InfoObject again. The service with ID {0} cannot be removed. It is currently used by a server. (FWM 02056)

Cause > You cannot remove the required services, because a server is currently using it.

Action > Ensure that the service does not have an associated server. The service container with ID {0} cannot be removed. It is currently used by a server. (FWM 02057)

Cause > You cannot remove the required service container, because a server is currently using it.

Action > Ensure that the service container does not have an associated server. Failed to audit the event(s) (FWM 02072)

Cause > The required events could not be audited.

Action > Ensure that the Program Job Server is running and enabled.

Administration & Security Error Messages Event Type {0} is disabled (FWM 02073)

Cause > The required event type is disabled.

Action > Enable the event types that you want to audit. The preferred viewer locale has not been set for this user: {1} ({0}) (FWM 02077)

Cause > This user does not have a preferred viewing locale.

Action > Set the preferred viewing locale for this user. The locale has not been set for this user: {1} ({0}) (FWM 02078)

Cause > This user does not have a default locale.

Action > Set the default locale for this user. Service {0} has been disabled (FWM 02079)

Cause > The required service is disabled.

Action > Ensure that the service is enabled. Invalid logon token: {0}. (FWM 02080)

Cause > You have used an invalid logon token.

Administration & Security Error Messages

Action > Provide a valid logon ticket. The file properties are structured incorrectly. (FWM 02082)

Cause > The structure of the file properties is invalid.

Action > Ensure that the API is used correctly. Audit service is disabled. (FWM 02083)

Cause > The Audit service is disabled.

Action > Ensure that Central Management Server and the Audit service are running and enabled. Audit event source object CUID must be set before calling other auditing API. (FWM 02084)

Cause > The application object CUID is not set.

Action > Ensure that application object CUID is set through IClientSideAuditing.setApplicationObjCUID(StringappObjCUID) before calling auditing on the application. Event Type {0} is not supported by application {1} (FWM 02085)

Cause > The required event type is unsupported.

Action > You can only audit supported event types.

Administration & Security Error Messages Duration must be a number >=0; ObjectCUID, SessionCUID and UserCUID can not be an empty string. (FWM 02086)

Cause > Some of the event object parameters are invalid.

Action > Provide valid event object parameters. Invalid locale. The locale is undefined, set to the user default locale, or not supported. (FWM 02087)

Cause > The default locale of this use account is invalid.

Action > Ensure the user provides a valid locale. The CMS system database is not available. The error cannot be rectified by the end user. Please report this error to your system or database administrator. (FWM 02088)

Cause > The Central Management Server database is unavailable.

Action > Contact your system administrator. Search Service is not initialized properly. (FWM 02091)

Cause > The Search Service has not initialized properly.

Action > Restart the Adaptive Processing Server.

Adaptive Processing Server is shutting down. (FWM 02092)

Cause > The Adaptive Processing Server is shutting down.

Action > Restart the Adaptive Processing Server. Invalid query string {0}, Query Parser failed to parse the string. (FWM 02093)

Cause > The parser cannot parse the query string.

Action > Revise the query string. Current search service is already indexing, please try again later. (FWM 02094)

Cause > The Search Service can process one indexing request at a time.

Action > Wait for one indexing request to finish before you attempt another. Query string is empty. (FWM 02099)

Cause > The query string is empty.

Action > Provide content for the query string.

Administration & Security Error Messages Unable to parse the following query: {0} (FWM 02103)

Cause > The Central Management Server (CMS) query string cannot be parsed.

Action > Provide a valid CMS query string. Unable to parse the following following text: {0} (FWM 02104)

Cause > The Central Management Server (CMS) query string cannot be parsed.

Action > Provide a valid CMS query string. Event type id {0} is not valid, or your query did not contain SI_AUDIT_EVENTS. (FWM 02105)

Cause > The event type id is invalid.

Action > Ensure that your event object id is valid, and that your query includes SI_AUDIT_EVENTS Event detail id {0} is not valid, or your query did not contain SI_AUDIT_EVENT_DETAILS. (FWM 02106)

Cause > The event type id is invalid.

Action > Ensure that your event object id is valid, and that your query includes SI_AUDIT_EVENTS

Administration & Security Error Messages File {0} cannot be read. (FWM 02107)

Cause  >>The file cannot be read.

Action> > Ensure that the file can be read. File {0} size is beyond {1} bytes limit; too large to handle. (FWM 02108)                         Skip to top

Cause > > The file size exceeds the suggested value.

Action > Lower the size of your file, or select a smaller file. Fail to read entire file for {0}. (FWM 02109)

Cause > The file could not be read completely.

Action > Ensure that your file is not corrupted. Only keys that are in the process of being rekeyed can be suspended. (FWM 02110)

Cause  >You have tried to suspend a key that is not being re-keyed.

Action > You can only suspend a key during the re-keying process.

Administration & Security Error Messages Only deactivated keys can be rekeyed. (FWM 02111)

Cause > You can re-key only a deactivated cluster key.

Action > Ensure that a key is deactivated before you re-key it. The cluster key is not active. (FWM 02112)

Cause > The current key is inactive.

Action > Activate the current key. The audit level is not set to custom. (FWM 02113)

Cause > You cannot enable or disable audit events when the current audit level is not custom.

Action > Ensure that the current audit level is custom. You can not enable or disable audit details that cannot be specified (FWM 02114)

Cause > You cannot toggle unspecified audit details.

Action  > Ensure that the audit details that you want to toggle have been specified. Unable to create encryption/decryption key. (FWM 02115)

Cause > A file encryption key or a salt could not be generated.

Administration & Security Error Messages

Action > Ensure that the required encryption libraries are installed. Each collection must contain the same number of items. Collection {0} is not the same size as collection {1}. (FWM 02118)

Cause > You have attempted to download or upload a set of files without using the correct number of cipher keys.

Action > You must ensure that the number of cipher keys is equal to the number of files that you want to download or upload.Failed to establish confidential channel. (FWM 02119)

Cause A Confidential Channel could not be established.

Action Perform the action again.Only suspended keys can be resumed. (FWM 02120)

Cause You have attempted to resume an active key.

Action Ensure that a key is suspended before you resume it. A cluster key cannot be marked as compromised when it is active. (FWM 02121)

Cause You have attempted to mark an active key as compromised.

Action Ensure that a key is inactive before marking it as compromised.

Administration & Security Error Messages The {0} plugin does not support publishing. (FWM 02122)

Cause The selected plugin does not support publishing.

Action Select a plugin type that supports publishing. Event detail value cannot be null. (FWM 02123)

Cause The event detail has no content.

Action Ensure that your event detail has content. Confidential channel has been disabled. (FWM 02124)

Cause This task cannot be performed because the Confidential Channel has been disabled.

Action To enable the confidential channel, set businessobjects.enterprise.cc to true or remove the property from the Java system properties. 1.3.4 FWM 04002 – FWM 04038 CE SDK Runtime Exception occurred : ‘{0}’ (FWM 04002)

Cause > The indicated SDK exception has occurred.

Action > For more information, see the cause of the indicated exception.

Administration & Security Error Messages Import folder CUID ‘{0}’ does not exist on this CMS. (FWM 04003)

Cause > A CUID could not be resolved in the BIAR file, or a CUID is missing from the destination Central Management Server.

Action > Ensure that your BIAR file is valid. Enterprise session invalid. (FWM 04004)

Cause > You have logged out of your SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence platform session, or it has expired.

Action > Log on again. Export to file path invalid. (FWM 04005)

Cause > The file path to which you have tried to export is invalid.

Action > Provide a valid file path. Import file ‘{0}’ does not exist. (FWM 04007)

Cause  > A file cannot be uploaded to the File Repository Server because it is missing from the BIAR file.

Action > Ensure that your BIAR file is valid.

Administration & Security Error Messages Import cannot be completed because ‘{0}’ is not an InfoObject. (FWM 04008)

Cause > The specified object in the BIAR file is not an InfoObject.

Action > Ensure that your BIAR file is valid. Import file parsing exception occurred : ‘{0}’ (FWM 04009)

Cause > The businessobjects.xml file in your BIAR file is invalid.

Action > Ensure that your BIAR file is valid. Invalid element in XML file : ‘{0}’ (FWM 04010)

Cause > There is an invalid element within the businessobjects.xml file in your BIAR file.

Action > Ensure that your BIAR file is valid. XSD file parsing exception occurred : ‘{0}’ (FWM 04011)

Cause > An error occurred while parsing the .xsd file.

Action > For information on .xsd files installed by SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence platform, refer to the Service Marketplace.

Administration & Security Error Messages No schema definition (XSD) is available for ‘{0}’ (FWM 04012)

Cause > The .xsd file is missing.

Action  >Ensure that all necessary .xsd files are installed. Item ‘{1}’ does not exist in enumeration ‘{0}’. (FWM 04016)

Cause > Your BIAR file contains an invalid enumeration item.

Action > Ensure that your BIAR file is valid. Invalid XSD passed in, see log file. (FWM 04022)

Cause > An invalid .xsd file has been passed in.

Action > For information on .xsd files installed by SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence platform, refer to the Service Marketplace.Cannot import an InfoObject with a missing CUID. (FWM 04026)

Cause  >An InfoObject cannot be imported because it is missing a CUID.

Action > Ensure that your BIAR file is valid.

Administration & Security Error Messages Cannot import infoobject CUID ‘{0}’ with missing parent CUID. (FWM 04027)

Cause > An InfoObject cannot be imported because it is missing a parent CUID.

Action > Ensure that your BIAR file is valid. Duplicate namespace prefix ‘{0}’ is defined for namespaces ‘{1}’ and ‘{2}’. (FWM 04029) Skip to top

Cause > A duplicate namespace prefix has been defined.

Action > If you have your own .xsd file, ensure that it does not have a namespace prefix identical to an installed .xsd file. The kind ‘{0}’ does not exist in the CMS. (FWM 04030)

Cause > The specified InfoObject type does not exist on the Central Management Server.

Action > Ensure that the InfoObject type is installed properly. Unrecognized format for plug-in namespace URI ‘{0}’. Details: ‘{1}’ (FWM 04031)

Cause  >The format for the plugin namespace URI was not recognized.

Action > Ensure that your BIAR file is valid.

Administration & Security Error Messages The type ‘{0}’ could not be found. (FWM 04032)

Cause > An InfoObject type is missing.

Action > Ensure that the .xsd file for this type of InfoObject is installed. Required dependencies not found on source system : ‘{0}’ (FWM 04036)

Cause  >An object ID referenced by an exported object cannot be resolved to a CUID.

Action Disable dependency enforcement during export or ensure that all IDs reference valid objects on the source system that can be viewed by the user who exports the documents. Invalid property array ‘{0}’ on object with CUID ‘{1}’ (FWM 04038)

Cause > An InfoObject you have tried to export has a property array with an unexpected structure.

Action > Check the properties of the InfoObject and ensure that it has a valid array structure. 1.3.5 FWM 08001 – FWM 08006 Setting for Property-value pair ({0}, {1}) contradicts ({2}, {3}). Resolve the contradiction. (FWM 08001)

Cause  >The settings of two property-value pairs contradict each other.

Action > Provide correct settings for the two property-value pairs.

Administration & Security Error Messages The object with ID {0} does not exist in the system (FWM 08002)

Cause > The referenced object does not exist in the system.

Action > Ensure that you have used the correct ID and that a corresponding object with the same ID exists in the system. The value {1} of property {0} does not fall within the expected {2} and {3} range (FWM 08003)

Cause  >The value of the indicated property is out of range.

Action  >Ensure that the value set falls within the correct range. {0} is not a valid value defined in interface {1} (FWM 08004)

Cause  >The indicated parameter value is invalid.

Action > Provide a valid parameter value. Principal must be removed from the object to inherit the rights from parent (FWM 08005)

Cause  >The principal has not been removed from the object.

Action > Remove the principal from the object, before parent rights can be inherited.

Administration & Security Error Messages 1.3.6 FWM 10001 – FWM 10007 An exception occurred that prevents the reading or writing of an object to or from storage. (FWM 10002)

Cause > An exception in the storage layer prevents the processing of an object.

Action > For more information, see the cause of the indicated exception. An exception occurred in the BIAR engine. (FWM 10004) Skip to top

Cause  >An exception has occurred in the BIAR engine.

Action  >For more information, see the cause of the indicated exception. A {0} occurred; original exception message {1} (FWM 10005)

Cause > An exception has occurred.

Action > Please see the cause of the indicated exception for more information. An error occurred while parsing a query: ‘{0}’ (FWM 10006)

Cause > A query could not be parsed.

Action  >For more information, see the cause of the indicated exception, and ensure that the syntax of your query is correct.

Administration & Security Error Messages {0} exception(s) occurred. (FWM 10007)

Cause  >An exception has occurred.

Action  >For more information, see the cause of each indicated exception. 1.3.7 FWM 12001 – FWM 12013 A {0} occurred; original exception message {1} (FWM 12001)

Cause  > > An exception has occurred.

Action For more information, see the cause of the indicated exception. Import or Export action can’t be determined. (FWM 12002)

Cause  >The type of action could not be determined.

Action  >Provide an Import or Export action. XML validation during import is no longer supported. (FWM 12007)

Cause > The XML validation that you have requested during import is unsupported.

Action  >Set validateXML to false.

Administration & Security Error Messages The following query is not recognized by the BIAR engine: ‘{0}’ (FWM 12011)

Cause  >The BIAR engine cannot parse the query.

Action > Ensure that your query is properly formatted. Invalid BIAR file. If you want to import a file older than version {0} please use the upgrade management tool. (FWM 12012)

Cause  >You cannot import BIAR files from old deployment versions.

Action Upgrade your deployment to a supported version, and then use the upgrade management tool to import the BIAR file. Unable to open BIAR file, password is invalid. (FWM 12013)

Cause  >You have entered an incorrect password.

Action  >Ensure that Caps Lock is off, and re-enter your password. BIAR file format is not recognized. Please re-export BIAR file with a compatible format. (FWM 12014)

Cause  >You have attempted to open a BIAR file. The contents of the file cannot be recognized.

Action  >Recreate the BIAR file.

Administration & Security Error Messages 1.3.8 FWM 14001 – FWM 14009 No objects in replication list. (FWM 14001)

Cause  >The replication list for this job does not contain any objects that the account has permission to replicate.

Action  >Ensure that the replication list is populated with objects, and that the user specified by the remote system connection has the Replicate permission on the objects on the list. There is no replication list with CUID “{0}” at the origin site. (FWM 14002)

Cause  >The replication job has requested a replication list using an invalid CUID.

Action > Ensure that the requested replication list exists in the system. Filter settings exclude everything from replication. (FWM 14003)

Cause > The settings of the replication filter exclude all objects.

Action > Ensure that the replication job settings are correct. Invalid refresh mode value: {0} (FWM 14004)

Cause > The current refresh mode value is invalid. Note: CeApplicationRefreshMode.REFRESH_TO_MASTER is not valid for one-way replication. 75 2012-06-18 Administration & Security Error Messages

Action > Ensure that your replication job settings are correct. See CeApplicationRefreshMode for applicable values. Invalid conflict resolution mode value: {0} (FWM 14005)

Cause  >The current conflict resolution mode value is invalid. Note: CeConflictResolutionMode.SLAVE_WINS is not valid in one-way replication.

Action > Ensure that your replication job settings are correct. See CeApplicationRefreshMode for applicable values. Cannot run refresh replication without refresh objects. (FWM 14006)

Cause > The replication job was run in refresh mode, but notobjects were specified.

Action > Ensure that the replication job settings specify objects to be refreshed, or switch to normal replication mode. Remote system connection refers to local system. (FWM 14007)

Cause  >The origin and destination of the replication job are identical.

Action > Ensure that the remote cluster settings refer to a different SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence platform deployment.

Administration & Security Error Messages Invalid combination of refresh mode ({0}) and conflict resolution mode ({1}) (FWM 14008)

Cause You cannot combine refresh mode and conflict resolution mode. CeConflictResolutionMode.MAS TER_WINS cannot be used with CeApplicationRefreshMode.REFRESH_TO_MASTER, and CeCon flictResolutionMode.SLAVE_WINS cannot be used with CeApplicationRefreshMode.RE FRESH_FROM_MASTER.

Action Ensure that the replication job settings are correct, and see CeConflictResolutionMode and CeApplicationRefreshMode for applicable values. Another replication job is replicating content from the same origin site. This job will be attempted again later. (FWM 14009)   Skip to top

Cause  >You have attempted to run a replication job while another replication job has been running.

Action The new replication job will attempt to run again. 1.3.9 FWM 16001 – FWM 16005 Not logged on to a CMS, unable to continue. (FWM 16001)

Cause  >You have not logged onto the Central Management Server (CMS).

Action  >Before you run any commands, log onto a CMS.

Administration & Security Error Messages The command ‘{0}’ is missing the following required parameter: {1} (FWM 16002)

Cause  >This runtime command is missing a required parameter.

Action  >For information about acceptable parameters, see the command’s description. The command ‘{0}’ does not recognize ‘{1}’ as a valid parameter. (FWM 16003)

Cause  >This runtime command contains an invalid or unrecognized parameter.

Action For information about acceptable parameters, see the command’s description. The command ‘{0}’ is not recognized as a valid command. (FWM 16004)

Cause  >This runtime command is invalid.

Action > For information on valid runtime commands, consult the documentation. Failed to write to file ‘{0}’. (FWM 16005)      Skip to top

Cause > Content could not be written into the specified file.

Action > Ensure that the correct write permissions have been specified. 1.3.10 FWM 17001 – FWM 17003

Administration & Security Error Messages Option {0} requires a value. (FWM 17001)

Cause  >This option requires a value. The value is missing.

Action > Ensure that the command-line syntax is correct, and retry the operation. Option {0} doesn’t allow a value. (FWM 17002)

Cause  >This option does now allow values. However, it contains a value.

Action  >Ensure that the command-line syntax is correct, and retry the operation. Unknown option ‘{0}’. (FWM 17003)

Cause  >This option is invalid.

Action > Ensure that the command-line syntax is correct, and retry the operation. 1.4 BI Platform Servers (FWB) Error Messages

BI Platform Servers includes the following error meessage categories: Range Category FWB 00004 – FWB 200002 BI Platform Servers (FWB) 79

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Providing login information

When you use the universe design tool  you must first log into the Central Management Server (CMS). Note: This is not the case with universe design tool personal, there is no CMS and no login required. If you log with another user identification, you are entitled to all the rights of that user; you may also be restricted from certain commands.
You can run the universe design tool in standalone mode. This allows you to use it without connecting to a repository. In this mode, you can create personal and shared connections, but you can not access connections or universes stored in the CMS.
Note:
BusinessObjects passwords are case-sensitive. You can enter the following login parameters You provide the following login information in an identification box:
Login information Description
System
CMS name
User Name
Your Business Objects user name.
Password
Your Business Objects password.
Authentification
Windows authentification mode.

Universe design tool session from the task bar:

  1. Click Start on the taskbar.
  2. Point to the Programs menu.
  3. Click the Designer program from the Business Objects command.
The “User Identification” box appears.
  • Fill in the login fields.
  • Click OK.
The welcome screen of the “Quick Design” wizard appears.
  • Clear the Run this Wizard at Startup check box.
  • Click Cancel.
An empty session opens. The user name and repository name appear in the title bar.

Login parameters

The Login page contains parameters that you set to identify the connection and to enable you to connect to the middleware.
You specify the following connection and login parameters.
Parameter Description
Type
Connection type. Depending on your Business Objects product, you can create one of three connection types:
Personal
Shared
Secured
Name
Identifying name for the connection. This name is available in the list of available connections. If multiple universes must access the same data, you can select this connection for each universe without having to define a new connection.
User name
Your database user name. This is normally assigned to you by the database administrator.
Use Single Sign-On when viewing reports
When selected, the user name and password used to access the repository are automatically used as database login parameters. See the BusinessObjects Enterprise™ 11 Administrator’s Guide for information on setting up Single Sign-On.
Password
Your database password. This is normally assigned to you by the database administrator.
Data source name
or
Service
If you are using an ODBC driver the data source name identifies the the target database. If you are using a native driver, the database name identifies the target database.

To set login parameters

  1. Select a connection type.
  2. Type connection name, user name, and database password.
  3. Select a data source from the Datasource drop down list box.
Or
Type the name for the database or datasource that you want to access.
  • If required type the database or server name in the Database or Server text box. This box is RDBMS dependant.
  • Click Next.

    Importing a universe

    You can import one or more universes stored in the repository. A universe that you import becomes available to you as a file in a subfolder of the Universe folder, or in any other folder you specify.
    You can import a universe while keeping it locked in the repository. As a result, another designer can import the universe but cannot make changes to it until you have unlocked it.

    Import options

    You can select the following options when importing a universe:
    Parameter Description
    Folder
    Lists all the universe folders that you are authorized to access.
    Open the selected universes
    When selected opens the selected universes immediately after import.
    Available Universes
    Lists all the universes in the selected universe folder. For each universe, the box lists the associated file name, universe name, and lock state. Within this box, you can select and/or lock the universes you wish to import:
    Description
    Text describing selected universe. This is the text that appears in the Description field in the Definition page of Universe Parameters.
    Universes are listed in the Available Universes pane as follows:
    Column title Description
    File Name
    Lists the file names of universes you can import.
    Universe Name
    Lists the universe names (long names) you can import.
    Locked
    Lists users who have locked universes. When a universe is locked, a padlock  is displayed beside the file name.
    If you lock a universe, do not forget to unlock it before exporting it if you want other designers to have access to it.
    To lock a universe, double-click its file name.
    Import Folder
    Displays the pathname of the folder in which the universes are to be imported. By default, the universe design tool imports universes to the universes root folder for the CMS.
    To specify another folder, type its name within the box, or use the Browse button to select another one.

    To import a universe

    1. Select File > Import.

      The Import Universe dialog box appears.
    2. Select a universe folder from the drop down list box.

      Or
      Click the Browse button and select a universe using the folder browser.
      You want to import a universe from this folder.
    3. If you want to lock the universe, double-click the universe name.

      A locked universe appears with a padlock symbol. To unlock a universe, double-click it again.
    4. Click a universe name.

      This is the universe that you want to import.
    5. Verify the file path for the import folder in the Import Folder box.

      The universe is imported to this folder.
    6. Click OK

      If you want to export use,

      Exporting a universe

      You can export a universe to the BusinessObjects repository.

      Export universe prerequisites and options

      A universe must have a secured connection before it can be exported. If you created a universe with a personal or shared connection, you must create a new connection with a secured type and assign it to the universe.
      You can define the following export options:
      Option Description
      Domain
      Lists all the universe folders that you are authorized to access.
      Groups
      Lists all the users groups to which you belong.
      Universes
      Lists all the universes that you can export to the repository. For each universe, the box lists the pathname, file name, and universe name (long name)To select a universe, click its file name.
      To lock a universe, double-click its file name. When a universe is locked, a padlock  is displayed beside the file name.
      File Name
      Lists the pathname and file names of universes you can export.
      Universe Name
      Lists the universe names (long names) of universes you can export.
      Add
      Inserts universes in the Universes box. These are the universes you want to export.
      Remove
      Remove universes from the Universes box.

      Export a universe to the repository

      You must save a universe before exporting to the repository.
      1. Select File > Export.

        The Export Universe dialog box appears.
      2. Select a universe folder from the Domain drop down list box. If the universe is in another folder on the file system, Browse to the folder.

        If you want to lock the universe, double-click the universe name.
        A locked universe appears with a padlock symbol. To unlock a universe, double-click it again.
      3. Click a group in the Groups list box. This is the user group that uses the exported universe.
      4. Click a universe in the Universes list box.

        The Universes list box shows the names of the active universes.
      5. If you want to export other universes that are not open, click the Add Universe button, and then use the browser to select the other universes.
      6. Click OK.

        At the end of the export, DESIGNER displays a message.
      7. Click OK.
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        MCTS-BI

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