- Hardcover: 697 pages
- Publisher: SAP PRESS, 1st Edition (January 30, 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1592293239
- ISBN-13: 978-1592293230
- Product Dimensions: 9.3 x 7 x 1.6 inches
This book is intended to provide a comprehensive and practical understanding of SAP NetWeaver BW 7.0, using a real-world, scenario-based approach to detail the core, fundamental components and features. You will learn about the primary features and functions of SAP NetWeaver BW 7.0, including architecture, data modeling, data extraction, data staging, and more. Then, delve into the specifics of data modeling with SAP NetWeaver BW. Coverage includes InfoObjects, working with master data, InfoCubes, MultiProviders, and Infosets. The authors take an in-depth look at data sources in SAP NetWeaver BW 7.0, extracting data from flat files, working with generic extractors, and extracting data from SAP NetWeaver BW.
Plus, find out what is important regarding data transformation and staging. Topics covered include data transfer process, real-time data acquisition, typical staging architectures, etc. Finally, you will explore an overview of administration and monitoring topics within SAP NetWeaver BW 7.0, including process chains, data upload monitoring, the BW administration cockpit, and working with aggregates. Highlights include:
- An Overview of SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse (BW) 7.0
- Data Modeling
- Data Acquisition
- Data Transformation and Staging
- Reporting with BEx
- Business Planning with SAP NetWeaver BW 7.0
- Reporting with BusinessObjects
- Administration and Monitoring
- Working with Open Hub
- Integrated Planning
About the Author
Amol Palekar has more than 7 years of BI consulting experience and has trained many IT professionals in SAP NetWeaver BW. Bharat Patel is an SAP NetWeaver BW certified and ABAP consultant. Shreekant Shiralkar is a certified SAP BW and SAP R/3 consultant, with extensive experience in managing business functions.
What Readers Say
This books is an excellent resource for any one starting in SAP BW/BI. However there are certain issues that I would like to point out.
1. Chapter 6 requires you to have a planning cube for practice which is created in chapter 12. So in order to follow the chapter properly you would need to skip to chapter 12 and then come back.
2. BI content and generic extraction which are by far the most important topics are not explained in detail. I would think that BI content should have LO Extractions from beginning to the end.
On the plus side, this book is very detailed and explains all the crucial data ware housing design principals. Right in the beginning you will learn how to design info-objects, info-cubes and DSOs. The data loading is explained in detailed. There is also detailed information on how to get started with reporting and a nice bonus area that shows how to pull data into Business Objects Universe.
Anyone with little training and/or experience in SAP BI will find this book extremely useful.
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