Making Adhoc Analysis Template, Images, and CSS Work I think I've seen a recurring theme since the new adhoc analysis template came available in 1.3 - And it's related to CSS, Images and/or icons and how to get them working properly outside of Local Mode. I'll walk you through how I got it working in my scenario, click-by-click: First and foremost, make sure you are running in the right mode, and let's also grab an important folder path along the way. Go to Tools -> Preferences, and check the following 2 items: After making sure you are running in BI Platform Mode, create a New Application, selecting the 'Template AdHoc Analysis' template. Alright, let's next configure the template to point to an OLAP system in our environment - This will of course be customer-specific, but below is where to click to set that up. Next, I was able to leave the Data Source blank (and in another case, I wasn't - It's kind of quirky) - However, just get to where it accepts the data source change from blank to whatever your connection may be: .EOT File details:
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Lumira and Design Studio Updates Roadmap from A... This is part 2 of Latest News on Design Studio - ASUG Annual Conference Part 1 from last week's ASUG Annual Conference, co-located with SAPPHIRE NOW. This part of the session mostly discusses interoperability between Design Studio and Lumira. Note the usual legal disclaimer applies that things in the future are subject to change (Figure 1 from part 1 applies). Figure 1: Source: SAP Figure 1 shows Design Studio is for designers while Lumira is for business analysts (and now decision makers too). Figure 2: Source: SAP We first heard this message last year at conference but we are hearing more and more that HANA is the new target BI Platform. More BI clients will be native to HANA, like SAP Lumira and Design Studio currently are. Figure 3: Source: SAP Figure 3 shows the Lumira Server, which is already GA and more information can be found at SAP Lumira Figure 4: Source: SAP Figure 5: Source: SAP Figure 6: Source: SAP Figure 7: Source: SAP Figure 7 shows the latest roadmap.
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Showing/Hiding Crosstab Columns with 'Measures' with CSS and Scripting In this blog post I will demonstrate the possibility of hiding crosstab columns with the combination of css and scripting. Use case: The same 1 datasource is used in several different crosstabs, but in each crosstab different measures should be shown. As of DS 1.3 this is not yet possible the desired way. The desired way would be a straightforward way with very little scripting involved similarly as it is currently possible to display different measures in different charts by using only 1 datasource by using the "setDataSelection(selection)" method (available only for the Chart component). One could create several copies of the same datasource in Design Studio which use only the needed measures, but this is not good for the performance of your bi app. First some gif image demonstration (click on the image to see the gif animation): Using radio buttons to display 1 specific measure column or all columns: Using checkboxes to display any combination of measure columns: Properties: Items: Cheers
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