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SAP BW: Front Line Experiences from Around the Globe



Follow one SAP BW Consultant, whose professional journeys have led him all around the world to places like England, Australia, and Japan, as he shares his experiences, offers some useful tips on SAP BW reporting, and provides a unique perspective on life



Published: Sun, 21 Jan 2018 01:05:06 +0000

 



Useful Tables for BW Reporting

Sun, 05 Jun 2005 16:28:28 GMT

SAP... its all just tables and programs right? Sounds pretty easy, a couple of 1s here and few 0s over there and then you have a high powered analytical datewarehouse. Works for me.



The Travelers Toolkit

Fri, 20 May 2005 12:11:11 GMT

Living out of a suitcase is part art, part science. I remember my first travel engagement and the mistakes I made back then, which made my life more difficult. For a 4-day a week assignment I had brought 3 pairs of shoes (2 for work, 1 pair of sneakers), 3 pairs of pants (2 for work and a pair of jeans). This resulted in a huge suitcase that made me look like I was fielding a 2 week family vacation.



Sample Certification Questions

Thu, 12 May 2005 14:04:04 GMT

I've had the pleasure of taking two BW certification tests, one for BW 2.1C and another delta exam for BW 3.x. For those of you just starting out, a certification can give you credibility. What it won't give you is working knowledge. Most of the test questions reference functionality and screen you probably won't be using frequently on a project. Having passed both, with flying colors, I took some notes a while back about sample questions on the test. Below is my brain dump, I apologize for the



Proper Dimension Table Designs

Wed, 23 Feb 2005 11:31:31 GMT

A quick link to an article written by Gary Nolan. It's great to see more of the best practice tips being released as common knowlegde now and not 'trade secrets'. This is a strong sign that BW and data warehousing in general are becoming accepted as standard tools for companies. http://www.sapinsideronline.com/spijsp/insiderBWTips/feb



Free Magazine Alert: NetWeaver Magazine

Wed, 09 Feb 2005 13:12:12 GMT

Gotta love the freebies. My personal philosophy is that all magazines should be free because all of the publisher's revenue should come from advertisements. Well, I think this entire magazine will be an SAP ad, no wonder its free. Enjoy.



Free Book Alert: SAP NetWeaver for Dummies

Sun, 16 Jan 2005 13:14:14 GMT

After shipping and handling, nothing in life is for free. I haven't had a chance to check out the book, but I hear its a real page turner :). Actually, from a few selected people, I hear its more of an SAP sales pitch. I imagine the target audience is upper management and business directors, which isn't surprising. I want to hear some comments?!? Apparently 600+ people subscribe to this blog and the only entries I get are spammers posting links to their websites. Specifically, is this book wo



2004 Predictions: Back to the Future

Tue, 04 Jan 2005 13:15:15 GMT

Yeah, its been awhile, I'm sorry. 4 weeks of unspent vacation all burned in the month of December. While we all ponder the future and what it holds, sometimes I feel its more relavant to look back at old predictions, see how truthful and accurate they were. That, and the fact that the 2005 document costs about $95. But I did manage to dig up a document from our buddies at Gartner Group about 2004 predictions, free of charge :).



Squeeze the Juice Out of Your Laptop

Thu, 02 Dec 2004 13:17:17 GMT

My laptop is approaching 50 years old. Yeah, thats damn old. Actually, its about 18 months young. But assuming that a laptop should expire after 2-3 years, its approaching a midlife crisis; virus scan takes forever, HD space is at a premuim, and the battery stinks.



Enterprise Portal Unification: A Nice Idea to Recreate Problems

Tue, 09 Nov 2004 11:51:27 GMT

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Wiki's, Consultancy Models, and Game Theory

Tue, 26 Oct 2004 22:36:19 GMT

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Top Ten ways to make your Queries faster than Carl Lewis

Fri, 22 Oct 2004 11:25:42 GMT

I love our obsession with lists. Whose #1? Did I make the list? Whether its school rankings, magazines, or TV shows, Top XYZ lists have to be a huge cash cows feeding on our competitive nature. Enough ranting, take your mark� Go!



Virtual Key Figures Not Always the Answer

Tue, 19 Oct 2004 16:36:10 GMT

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FYI: Airline Status Won't Protect You against SARS

Tue, 12 Oct 2004 17:17:34 GMT

He hasn?t been here a minute and he?s already coughed and sneezed 3 times, and I have to spend the next 12 hours putting up a ?85 Chicago Bears type immunological type defense.



Bad Japanese Business Practices or Things I Will Never Understand

Fri, 08 Oct 2004 00:30:28 GMT

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Software Disasters Often People Problems

Wed, 06 Oct 2004 01:23:11 GMT

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