First I downloaded the latest version of SAP BusinessObjects Mobile from iTunes to my iPad – see What is new in BusinessObjects Mobile 6.0.3 (a subset of features)

Also, be sure to download/install the latest Design Studio 1.3 add-on to your BI platform.  Be sure Mobile Services is installed.

Next, I use the new Ad Hoc Analysis template and create my application on the BI platform

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The above shows run time view.

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To test, I select Execute on BI Platform.

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The above shows the run time view on the BI Platform.

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I assign the Mobile Category on the BI Platform.

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Select Mobile Category and save.

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Above shows the run time of the application on the BI Platform.

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I also view the Mobile Properties on the BI Platform

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Next, I also scan using the QR code using a free QR scanning application from iTunes

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Then I log on to MobI on my iPad and view it.

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I used the annotate feature for “fun”.

I am sure we’ll hear more details this week on this ASUG webcast:

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    1. Tammy Powlas Post author

      Hi Anil,

      Thank you for reading and commenting.

      I am not using Web Intelligence nor the Open Doc functionality.

      Would you please create a discussion in the forum for your issue, and hopefully the community will assist.

      Tammy

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