Dashboard Migrator to Design Studio – Recent Webcast
SAP’s Ian Mayor was part of this APOS webcast. He said the usual disclaimer applies that things are subject to change. I won’t repeat what was already covered Design Studio Overview Roadmap EMEA Webcast – Includes Design Studio 1.3 Details and BI2014 Design Studio 1.3 Planned Updates
Ian said that Design Studio 1.3 is planned to be released at the end of May (roughly)
Figure 1: Source: APOS
APOS Dashboard Migration was released recently
Another release this past week, a new version.
It enables XCelsius content in Design Studio
The reasons to develop are because many organizations have assets in XCelsius and want to find a way to use that content as they transition to Design Studio
Figure 2: Source: APOS
In this webcast APOS reviewed use case scenarios
This supports HTML5 and SWF dashboards
Will you support dashboards on an iOS device? Yes
You can pass parameters from Design Studio to an XCelsius dashboard
Phase 2 has expanded – HTML5, and bring SWF – SWF will not display on iOS
HTML5 is supported
Phase 2 (in Figure 2) allows bi-directional parameters and enhanced data transfer is supported
Figure 3: Source: APOS
Figure 3 shows how the migrator looks in a Design Studio design.
Figure 4: Source: APOS
Figure 4 shows Design Studio run-time with an embedded dashboard.
Figure 5: Source: APOS
Figure 5 shows how the Dashboard Migrator works and handles the view control in the Design Studio application
It communicates with Java bridge which communicates to BI using the SDK
Figure 6: Source: APOS
Figure 6 use cases “removes need to recreate this content”
Different skill sets are required
They want to leverage the skill sets
You can use components in XCelsius model
Ian said he is asked when will Design Studio have all components that XCelsius has? With over 100 components, they are working to close the gap
Figure 7: Source: APOS
With Design Studio, move away from spreadsheet model and data at runtime
Figure 8: Source: APOS
XCelsius works with smaller datasets
Design Studio works likely large datasets from HANA/BW. You can pass filters to Design Studio
Figure 9: Source: APOS
Figure 9 use case covers legacy data source connections. The example provided was Qwaas; they said several have invested into Qwaas
Figure 10: Source: APOS
Figure 10 is a demo of the migrator.
Figure 11: Source: APOS
Figure 11 is another sample demo.
Figure 12: Source: APOS
Figure 12 is another use case to use third party XCelsius components.
Here is a video
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