Oracle discoverer vs sap business objects

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BI Tool Comparision,
Oracle Discoverer Vs SAP Business Objects
Semantic Layer comparision

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Oracle discoverer vs sap business objects

  1. 1. blog:http://sandyclassic.wordpress.com linkedin:https://www.linkedin.com/in/sandepsharma slideshare:http://www.slideshare.net/SandeepSharma65 facebook:https://facebook.com/sandeepclassic google+ http://google.com/+SandeepSharmaa Oracle Discoverer Vs SAP Business Objects Semantic Layer Comparison Feature in Discoverer’s EUL Equivalent to be tested in BO Universe Usable relational structure in the EUL with joins and complex folders Load tables and views individually or use "bulk load" Compare BO different kinds of joins in BO. Reduces End User Layer setup time; increases design flexibility. Define conditions with different operator options (AND, Or , Not ) at EUL level Check out with Filters in BO using different operator options (AND, Or , Not ) at universe level Define formulas/conditions Check out for different functions and there equivalence in BO Define formulas/Filters Check out for different functions and there equivalence in BO Create Calculated Item Map it to Metrics(Measure) object in BO Universe Create logical grouping of items within a business area Improves ease-of-use for end users; provides for corporate reporting standards. Check it’s equivalence in Custom Grouping at BO universe level For the grouping according to customer need Define join relationships based on primary/foreign keys or matching column names ( Automatic option. Manually option) Check out with different kinds of joins in the Designer Universe level Reuses information stored in the data dictionary; reduces administration overhead. Define different hierarchies Date hierarchies for all date items.( Automatic option. Manually option) Enables users traverse easily through date structures without requiring additional work by the database administrator Check out similar hierarchies in BO designer universe after migration Enables users traverse easily through date structures without requiring additional work by the database administrator. Define a list of values for items (Automatic option. Manually option) Enables users to easily create error-free inputs for conditions; reduces administration overhead. Check out LOV in Designer we are able to restrict some rows based on some conditions to fetch LOV are same as LOV in discoverer
  2. 2. blog:http://sandyclassic.wordpress.com linkedin:https://www.linkedin.com/in/sandepsharma slideshare:http://www.slideshare.net/SandeepSharma65 facebook:https://facebook.com/sandeepclassic google+ http://google.com/+SandeepSharmaa Define alternative sorting Like custom sorting option in BO. Conventional sorting presents data in either ascending or descending order. Use alternative sorting to tailor how data is presented. For example, sort data by days of the week, or region, or season, or department. Define hierarchies between items Test multiple levels of hierarchies between objects in BO Lets users easily navigate through the data, to drill down for more detail, or drill up for more summary information. Define Hyperdrills Scenario for Customized Hierarchy in BO Enables users to drill to information in terms of how it is related, rather than through levels in a hierarchy. Automatically create and maintain summary tables or use an external summary table Aggregate view Table in BO Enables users to quickly access data; reduces administration overhead for maintaining summary tables Advanced features Custom folders that support advanced SQL syntax Free hand SQL in BO XI R2 (at report level) Command-line shortcuts; and use of PL/SQL functions defined to meet the requirements of your users. Stored procedures , cursors in object definition

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