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Want to Create a Story Using Multiple Datasets in SAP Lumira?

How to Create a Story Using Multiple Datasets

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Your SAP Lumira Expert Team here bringing you another video to help you use SAP Lumira a little more easily. In this video we demonstrate how to upload multiple datasets and how to create stories using them. We have had several inquiries on whether this was possible and so decided to create this video for you all to enjoy! We hope you find it useful, and be sure to let us know if you have any other questions!


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      Author's profile photo Jitendra Kansal
      Jitendra Kansal

      That's great.. should try...!!!

      Author's profile photo Hayden Gill
      Hayden Gill

      Creating a Lumira "story" is great - but not much use when the author can't share the story with anyone else.

      We need to be able to publish these stories to the Enterprise via InfoView/LaunchPad and let people interact with them.

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      It is extremely important to be able to share storyboards with other users!

      The best way to do that right now is by saving the .lums file to the cloud, and having users download that to work on.

      There's a great article about how to do that by Andrew Fox:

      Author's profile photo Hayden Gill
      Hayden Gill

      Thanks - it's great that it is possible - but in reality no-one
      is going to disseminate information within an organisation with workflow like


      I can't see widespread adoption of Lumira within existing BI
      shops until we have a 'Lumira viewer' built into InfoView/Launchpad.

      Hopefully it won't be too far away, but I fear if it does come it will be tied into HANA somehow and therefore put it out of our reach

      Author's profile photo Tammy Powlas
      Tammy Powlas