BUSINESS OBJECTS ENTERPRISE V6.5

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BOE105

SAP BusinessObjects 6.5 Enterprise Administration Part 1

Location Dates Price

Duration

9 hours

Prerequistes

Essential

* * Prerequisites

* Familiarity with Windows 2000 Server administration.

Recommended

* None

Delivery

E-learning

Audience

* System Administrators and architects who are responsible for the technical and practical aspects of administering BusinessObjects 6.5

for their enterprise.

Content

* Report Builders

-> Learn about report builders’ roles and the tools and products needed in any successful Business Objects 2-tier and 3-tier

deployment.

-> Learn how to delegate log on to an existing WebIntelligence system, and create, edit, and distribute WebIntelligence® and

BusinessObjects reports.

* Architecture Overview

-> Understand what servers are needed and how they interact.

* 2-tier Installation

-> Install desktop and administration products and set up middleware connections to the database. Understand the XML license file

needed for all Business Objects products and what the key file is for.

* Database-tier

-> Review database structure, universe design considerations, and learn about the BusinessObjects repository.

-> Create and populate a repository and distribute it to multiple domains. Use Supervisor to add users and connect to a corporate

database.

Goals

* The first of a three-part series of eLearning courses for Business Objects administrators, the BusinessObjects 6.5 Enterprise

Administration Part 1: Understanding BusinessObjects Architecture, Client Applications, and Repository course allows you to understand

enduser software from an end-user and an administrative perspective, BusinessObjects server architecture, and database structure.

* On completion of this course you will be able to:

-> Describe how end-users work with BusinessObjects and WebIntelligence

-> Explain Business Objects architecture

-> Describe Business Objects system components and services

-> Install 2-tier Business Objects

-> Work with Business Objects repositories and universes

-> Manage users with Business Objects 6.5 Supervisor

-> Migrate documents from a development to a production environment

Software

Notes

* Course length: 9 hours

* Schedule

-> Go to www.businessobjects.com

BOE115

SAP BusinessObjects 6.5 Enterprise Administration Part 2

Duration

10 hours

Prerequistes

Essential

* * Familiarity with Windows 2000 Server administration. * As

the follow-up course to BusinessObjects 6.5 Enterprise Administration: Part 1 (BO601e), this course assumes that you have already gone

through Part 1 and have a BusinessObjects system set up, or have equivalent knowledge. This will enable you to perform the activities in

this course on your system. * Specifically, it assumes you know how to:

* Install the 2-tier full-client

* Set up connections to middleware and demo universe

* Create the repository and bomain.key

* Add BusinessObjects users and groups

* Secure universes and documents

* Set up document categories

* Distribute multiple universe and document domains

Recommended

* None

Delivery

E-learning

Audience

* System administrators and architects who are responsible for the technical and practical aspects of administering BusinessObjects 6.5

for their enterprise.

Content

* Web and Application Servers

-> Install Apache web servers and Tomcat application servers to set up a JSP environment to install and configure a Business Objects

server.

* Business Objects Server

-> Install and configure the Business Objects Server, multiple language support and LDAP authentication.

-> Also learn about the administration console and Business Objects server processes.

* Broadcast Agent

-> Learn about Broadcast Agent and how to configure and test it.

* Clustering

-> Learn the purpose and specific implementation of the object request broker (ORB) and the application services framework (ASF).

-> Understand the role of the primary, secondary, and client nodes and how to configure them for load- balancing.

-> Configure and load-balance a cluster.

Goals

* The second of a three-part series of eLearning courses for Business Objects administrators, the BusinessObjects 6.5 Enterprise

Administration Part 2: Setting Up Business Objects Servers course guides you through installing and configuring ASP and JSP

implementations of Business Objects systems, upgrading the Business Objects server, clustering Business Objects servers, and setting

up Broadcast Agent.

* On completion of this course you will be able to:

-> Install Apache web and Tomcat application servers

-> Install, configure, and administer Business Objects server

-> Upgrade Business Objects server

-> Cluster Business Objects servers

-> Install and configure Broadcast Agent (BCA)

Software

Notes

* Course length: 10 hours

* Schedule

-> Go to www.businessobjects.com

BOE125

SAP BusinessObjects 6.5 Enterprise Administration Part 3

Prerequistes

Essential

* * Familiarity with Windows 2000 Server administration. * As

the follow-up course to BusinessObjects 6.5 Enterprise Administration: Part 2 (BO602e) this course assumes that you have already gone

through Part 1 (BO601e) and Part 2 (BO602e), or have equivalent knowledge. * This will enable you to perform the activities in this course

on your system. * Specifically, it assumes you know how to: * Set up a BusinessObjects system

* Installed the 2-tier full-client

* Set up connections to middleware and demo universe

* Created repository and bomain.key

* Added users and groups

* Secured universes and documents

* Set up document categories

* Distributed multiple universe and document domains * Set up and manage servers

* Install and configure Business Objects Server

* Administer Business Objects Server

* Upgrade Business Objects Server (continued on next page)

* Cluster Business Objects Servers

* Install and configure Broadcast Agent * Alternatively, if you do not have a system set up, you can instead follow the Show Me and Try It

simulations.

Recommended

* None

Delivery

E-learning

Audience

* System administrators and architects who are responsible for the technical and practical aspects of administering BusinessObjects 6.5

for their enterprise.

Content

* Performance and Tuning

-> Improve the performance of your system by learning what impacts performance and what you can do to improve it.

* Auditing and Trace Logging

-> Audit and trace your system to understand what's going on behind the scenes.

* Deploying

-> Understand the different deployment scenarios. Learn how Enterprise 6 interacts with redirectors, firewalls, multiple web and

application servers, and multiple clusters.

Goals

* The last of a three-part series of eLearning courses for Business Objects administrators, the BusinessObjects 6.5 Enterprise

Administration Part 3: Deploying your Business Objects System course discusses how you can improve Business Objects server

performance; set up, run, and analyze traces; and understand deployment principles.

* On completion of this course you will be able to:

-> Tune the performance of your Business Objects system

-> Perform auditing and trace logging

-> Describe the deployment lifecycle and strategies

Software

Notes

* Course length: 4,5 hours

* Schedule

-> www.businessobjects.com

BOE130

SAP BusinessObjects: Supervisor

Location Dates Price

Duration

1 day

Prerequistes

Essential

* * Prerequisites

* Reporting with BusinessObjects

Recommended

* None

Delivery

Classroom

Audience

* IT professionals responsible for security in a BusinessObjects implementation.

Content

* Introduction to Supervisor

-> Understand how the Supervisor module fits into your BusinessObjects system.

-> Become familiar with the main functions of the different types of supervisors and their associated tasks.

* Introduction to the course scenario

-> Introduces you to the business scenario which provides the context for future discussions and course workshops.

* Creating the Repository

-> Learn the differences between monolithic and distributed repositories, and how different repository architectures impact

performance.

-> Create a repository and verify the location of the security files and their configurations.

-> Run a safe recovery to recover a .KEY file.

* Implementing Groups and Users

-> Understand the concepts of groups, inheritance, and customization.

-> Create and manage user and group access to modules, commands, universes, and documents.

-> Learn best practices for organizing users and groups to balance performance and ease of administration.

-> Learn how to automate the process for creating groups, users, and user properties by importing the relevant information from a text

file.

* Command Restrictions

-> Learn how to define and override the access various groups and users have to the commands in the User, WebIntelligence, Designer,

and Supervisor modules of BusinessObjects.

-> Understand the configuration issues relating to command restrictions.

* Distributed Repository Architecture

-> Create a distributed repository.

-> Allocate universe and document domains to different groups. Understand the technical specifications for setting up a repository

server, and the advantages and disadvantages of multiple domains on multiple database platforms.

* Configuring Universes

-> Export and allocate a universe from the Designer module to a group and then configure it on a group-by-group basis.

* Maintain Document Domains

-> Allocate and manage document domains while learning how to minimize maintenance tasks and storage space requirements.

Goals

* Information is an organization's most valuable asset. And managing that information throughout the entire enterprise is essential for

success.

* In the BusinessObjects 6.5 Supervisor course, you will learn how to effectively use BusinessObjects Supervisor, a BI administration tool,

to manage users and resources from a central point or within a distributed environment.

* A hands-on, real world approach ensures that you will quickly learn how to determine the appropriate repository architecture to optimize

performance and security.

* You will be able to:

-> Create and manage repositories

-> Allocate and manage universe and document domains to minimize maintenance tasks and storage space requirements.

-> Determine appropriate strategies for organizing users and groups

-> Granting user and group access to a customized set of commands to balance performance and ease of administration.