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SAP Business Information Content

BI Content is delivered as an add-on to SAP BI. The naming is SAP NW 2004s BI Content Add-on 3 SP04. This is referred to as BI Content below.

BI Content is a preconfigured set of role and task-related information models that are based on consistent metadata in SAP Business Intelligence. BI Content provides selected roles within a company with the information they need to carry out their tasks.
This information model includes integral roles, workbooks, queries, InfoSources, InfoCubes, DataStore objects, key figures, characteristics, update rules, and extractors for SAP applications.
BI Content can:
· Be used in particular industries without being modified
· Be modified, meaning you can work with it to any degree of detail
· Serve as a template or an example for customer-defined BI Content.
In addition, Demo Content, which includes example data and can be used as display material, is available with SAP Business Intelligence.
Implementation Considerations
On one hand the comprehensive BI Content for SAP Business Intelligence enables a quick and cost-effective implementation. On the other hand, it provides a model that is based on experience gained from other implementations which can be used as a guideline during implementation.
SAP Business Intelligence delivers preconfigured objects under the collective term “BI Content”. These objects speed up the implementation of SAP Business Intelligence because they deliver complete solutions for business information needs.
BI Content includes:
· Extractor programs for SAP systems
· DataSources
· Process chains
· InfoObjects
· InfoSources
· InfoProviders (InfoCubes and DataStore objects)
· Variables
· Data mining models
· Queries
· Workbooks
· Web templates
· Roles

SAP Library

SAP NetWeaver® 2004s Support Package Stack 10 including BI Content Add-On 3 SP 04, November 2006.
SAP Library for SAP NetWeaver has the following structure:
Getting Started – Using SAP Software
Getting started with SAP software:
● Logon
● Navigation
● Personalization
● Information about accessibility
Working with important tools and functions
Information about different types of help in SAP systems
Enhancements and new features in SAP NetWeaver 2004s –Release Notes
Overview of the most important new features in SAP NetWeaver 2004s
IT Scenarios at a Glance
Introduction to the IT scenarios and scenario variants
Overview of IT processes and process steps
Power User’s Guide
Information about tools for special business tasks
Technology Consultant’s Guide
Overview of information about implementing SAP NetWeaver:
● Planning the system landscape
● Installing or upgrading the systems
● Configuration of the IT scenarios
Administrator’s Guide – Technical Operations Manual
Overview of tools for system administration
Administrator’s Guide – Security Guide
Overview of security aspects in system administration
Developer’s Guide
Information about tools, functions, and processes for the development of applications based on SAP NetWeaver
SAP NetWeaver by Key Capability
Reference documentation for SAP NetWeaver tools and functions

Integrating WebSphere Commerce with SAP R/3 Using WebSphere InterChange Server

You can design and create a solution to integrate IBM WebSphere Commerce with other systems. These systems can include Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Supply Chain Management (SCM), and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems as major players in a customer IT environment. This IBM Redbook uses SAP R/3 as one of the leading ERP providers.
This IBM Redbook gives an overview of the main integration scenarios, namely the user interface, application, or data-level integration. There are multiple, different choices to integrate. Each choice has its attributes, such as synchronous and asynchronous, direct and indirect, etc. The choices are detailed and categorized, so in a given customer environment, you select the right integration architecture. The integration architectures are also detailed. They identify which components are used and how. They also show the message flow between the different components.
Several chapters in the book describe the integration architecture used during the project to write this redbook. They discuss installing WebSphere Commerce, the WebSphere InterChange Server, and SAP R/3. Then they explain how to create a customer registration message in WebSphere Commerce to be sent to WebSphere InterChange Server and then to SAP R/3.
Finally this redbook discusses problem determination. It explains what can go wrong and how to debug.

A Holistic Approach to a Reliable Infrastructure for SAP R/3 on AIX

SAP R/3 has become one of the most widespread Enterprise Resource Planning software products in the world. It is the application that is at the core of every company's business. With the incorporation of Web-initiated e-business transactions in SAP R/3, it now has to be available literally all the time.
This IBM Redbook shows a holistic approach for a reliable and highly available SAP R/3 infrastructure based on IBM eServer pSeries. It is a collection of knowledge gathered from a team of SAP R/3 basis consultants that have gained their experience over many years by working in numerous projects.
This redbook provides a high-level overview of the SAP R/3 architecture and contains the high availability design criteria that are essential for IT managers and solution architects. It includes tips and tricks for database copies, performance optimization, and troubleshooting. This redbook also features a wealth of practical information and hints, which are needed during implementation, for IT specialists, SAP R/3 administrators, and system administrators.
This redbook is an invaluable source of information for all professionals that maintain a reliable SAP R/3 environment.

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