In previous 4.x versions of SAP BusinessObjects, IT administrators had a minor headache because of the different database driver infrastructure needed between the server and local client installs. The BOBJ server architecture was 64bit, the local client tools were 32bit. If you wanted to install the client tools on the server, then you needed both sets of drivers or middleware installed there – Oracle admins especially found this hard to grasp! Continue reading SAP BusinessObjects BI 4.3: All The Client Tools Are 64bit Now
author Keith Fisher
Change is coming for SAP BusinessObjects users in the shape of SAP BI 4.3 – due to be generally available in the next few months (ie, early to mid 2020). This is the first major 4.x release since 4.2 in early 2016. 4 years is a long time in software development, let alone politics, so there will be some big opportunities to grasp and a few challenges to meet. Continue reading SAP BI 4.3 is Coming ... Are You Ready?
Many SAP BusinessObjects users work with universes that are supplied by 3rd-party companies, and I have come across this most often with councils and social care teams. Companies and systems like LiquidLogic, CoreLogic/Servelec/Mosaic, SWIFT, Frameworki and Northgate provide end-users with SAP BusinessObjects universes that allow reports to be created from their databases. Continue reading Linked Universe
SAP BusinessObjects is a Business Intelligence platform, a world leading software suite that enables organisations to access and control, manipulate and secure, visualise and distribute their data. The suite includes many tools, but chief among them for easy analytical visualisation is Web Intelligence. Continue reading SAP BusinessObjects v Web Intelligence
SAP BusinessObjects is the name of a platform for enterprise reporting, and SAP Crystal Reports is one of the tools that can sit within that platform. BusinessObjects when bought in its ‘Edge’ package contains a number of reporting tools. Continue reading SAP BusinessObjects v SAP Crystal Reports