Watch to find out about the upgrades to Crystal Reports Enterprise, including the ability to freehand SQL commands, the ability to use OpenDoc API in Mobile, and new data sources. Discover what else is new in the BusinessObjects 4.1 upgrade:
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SAP Business Objects Live Office Tutorial
SAP Business Objects Live Office is included with the software. Watch this video to learn how to get your data from SAP Universes, WebI Reports and Crystal Reports through your BI Launch Pad to Microsoft Office products for use in data calculations or visual data representations in presentations.
Find out how to filter data in SAP Business Objects Explorer and change the way information is displayed inline charts, pie graphs and bar charts. Learn how to add and remove filters and export your data through a csv file to Excel, save to the repository and share your filtered information through view sets.
Understand the different parts found in the SAP BusinessObjects Launchpad and the options that you have from the entry point. Access folders, reports, documents and more from the Launchpad. Discover how to schedule documents and the format that they are delivered in.
Watch the video to see a SAP Business Objects Dashboard Designer demo of the different ways you can present you information and interact with your data. Discover how to drill down further with a dial or a slider and navigate through different tabs to show the most amount of information with the least amount of effort. Also, see how data can be displayed in a geographical sense or through a scorecard.
How to Migrate and Transform Excel Data to Load into Microsft SQL Server
The Excel spreadsheet has first and last name in one cell and the amount column contains values that are not written in a consistent format. The SQL server database that we want to load it into a a first name column, a last name column, an account name column and an amount column. Since we want the Excel data to correlate with the formatting in the SQL database we will use Talend to transform the data within a few clicks.
Find out how Talend extracts data, transforms it and eliminates the inconsistencies for the data can properly be loaded into the SQL Server database.