- SAP Design Studio Tutorial
- SAP Design Studio - Home
- SAP Design Studio - Overview
- SAP Design Studio - Key Features
- SAP Design Studio - How To Logon
- SAP Design Studio - Navigation
- Create an Application
- Add Data Source
- HANA Connectivity
- Setting Up Bookmarks
- Working With Data Sources
- Connect to a UDS
- SAP Design Studio - Exporting Data
- HANA Mode Interactive
- Working With Info Charts
- Working With Filters
- SAP Design Studio - Geomap
- Exporting an Application
- Exporting as Templates
- Visualization Templates
- Custom Dashboards
- Refresh a Document
- SAP Design Studio Useful Resources
- SAP Design Studio - Quick Guide
- SAP Design Studio - Resources
- SAP Design Studio - Discussion
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SAP Design Studio Tutorial
SAP Design Studio can be defined as an Application Development Tool for creating advanced level Dashboards using SAP BW, HANA and Universe Data Sources. These interactive dashboards can be accessed on mobile devices like iPad, mobile phones, and tablets.
This Design Studio can also create applications that allow you to interact with data by applying different components like filters, drill down to dimensions and aggregated data detailed analysis, etc.
This is an introductory tutorial that covers the basics of SAP Design Studio and how to handle its various components and sub-components.
This tutorial will be extremely useful for professionals who aim to understand the basics of SAP Design Studio and implement it in practice. It is especially going to help professionals who are associated with Universe Data Sources, SAP Business Warehouse and HANA (High-Performance Analytic Appliance).
It is a straightforward tutorial and the readers can easily understand the concepts explained here with a basic knowledge of how an organization deals with their application development tools and advanced dashboards. However, it will help if you have some prior exposure to HANA, SAP BW, SAP BusinessObjects BI Platform.
It will also be an additional help if the reader has a basic knowledge on how to interact with data by applying different components like filters, aggregated data detailed analysis, user interface components and applications, etc.