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First you should watch this great tutorial by the SAP Product Education Team at http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-42033

You’ll notice the new welcome screen:

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Notice in the lower left-hand corner the cheat sheets; it reminds me of the HANA studio.

I go ahead and select the Universe Wizard.

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You can create an existing project or new project.

I create a new project.

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Since I am creating an ERP universe I select Relational data source.

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Give the relational connection a name.

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Since this is a SAP ERP universe, I select the SAP JCO connection

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Enter the parameters for the connection

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Enter more parameters listed below.

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This is a single-source universe

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Now follow the normal steps of creating the data foundation and the business layer.  In my example I am creating a Universe against an ERP infoset.

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The business layer – I have to turn the value into a measure:

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Follow the normal steps of publishing the connection to the repository.

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