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Business Intelligence Monitoring within SAP Solution Manager (2)

In a former article, we introduced Business Intelligence Monitoring within SAP Solution Manager. We chose in this post to explain in more details how SAP Business Intelligence system provides historical and predictive views of data to enable more effective decision making. From Star Schema to Info Cube The objective of data warehousing is to gather [...]

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Business Intelligence Monitoring within SAP Solution Manager

SAP BI Monitoring

Business Intelligence Monitoring scenarios are very useful to business users to ensure retrieving up-to-date information from managed systems. By applying a proactive monitoring process, the most important performance data for monitored systems can be centrally displayed along with the progress over time in order to detect the deficiencies as early as possible. This purpose requires [...]

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Enhancements in SAP standards using SAP BAdIs

SAP Business Add-ins (BAdIs) are one of the most important features used to adapt SAP software to different requirements. Based on object-oriented methods,they represent a new SAP enhancement technique that was first introduced in Release 4.6 and have been used widely ever since: Over than 5000 BAdIs were used in SAP systems before the release [...]

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SAPUI5: The power of HTML5 for SAP’s UI Development

SAPUI5 is the name of the latest user Interface Development Toolkit for SAP. This extremely powerful JavaScript framework has been developed to enhance the experience with SAP application user interfaces so that they become faster and platform independent. Furthermore, the traditional SAP layout has been enhanced by innovative and more modern user interface components. It [...]

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SAP Shared Memory Objects for frequently accessed data

During business logic design, we face different problems related to data processing. One of these problems, probably the most frequent one, is exhaustive database access. Imagine you have an application that queries the database for existing products and different programs require this information. It would be a waste of time especially when products attributes are [...]

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