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What Does Flying Look Like?

I have always been fascinated by butterflies. I used to catch them as a kid with my little butterfly net and put them in jars where I could watch them. I quickly noticed they would not open their wings very much and could not fly so I would let them ...

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How to pick up User Token or ID from HTTP Headers for use in a Dashboard

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Tip: How to pick up User Token or ID from HTTP Headers for use in a Dashboard. Trick: Use InfoBurst to inject the value into the dashboard. Figuring out security in your dashboards can often be one of the more difficult pieces to solve. Often times, we’re able to make ...

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Let’s Speak BO Together– Highlights of 2018

The Let’s Speak BO Webinar series that began in the winter of 2015 just recently concluded its third straight year of bi-weekly Business Intelligence Webinars with a fantastic close. Adam Lange, with A. Lange Consulting, lead a jam packed session dedicated to all of the new things our BusinessObjects community ...

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Tech Tip: How to Skip Dataflows for Testing or Restarting a Job for Recovery

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Tip: How to Skip Dataflows for Testing or Restarting a Job for Recovery Trick: Use Bypass One of the greatest features of SAP Data Services is the ability to divert dataflows/workflows in a large workflow or job with multiple steps. This becomes very important when performing system testing or an ...

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Tech Tip: How to Document IDT Universe Information

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Tip: How to Document IDT Universe information Trick: Use Save as One of the features of IDT is to document all available setups that were performed on the business layer and data foundation of a .unx universe. In our example, we are going to document E-fashion Universe’s Business Layer. Prerequisites: ...

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The BusinessObjects Upgrade Dilemma

Buying a car has always been a challenging experience for me. I never know what to buy, when to buy, what features to include, and I definitely don’t enjoy the inevitable frustrating bartering with the sales and finance people. I also still haven’t figured out why I always end up ...

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