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So for fun, I thought I would try this using Safari – right now Lumira Edge is not supported with Mobile BI.

I get my SAP Lumira Edge link and enter that on Safari on my iPad2:

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Figure 1

I see message that my browser may not be supported and optimized; I haven’t checked the Product Availability Matrix yet – so I forge on ahead.

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Figure 2

I’m logged on but can I view a story?

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Figure 3

As Figure 3 shows, I can successfully see the Lumira Story on Lumira Edge on the iPad, even if it may not be officially supported (I haven’t checked)

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Figure 4

Figure 4 shows an SAP-supplied sample file, one that can be viewed on Lumira Edge on the iPad.  I click the link “click to explore”:

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Figure 5

Figure 5 shows the results of filtering on the Lumira Edge story on the iPad – no issues so far.

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Figure 6 shows the possibility of creating a new story on the iPad using Lumira Edge.

But what about Mobile BI?  Mobile BI brings a consistent interface to your BI front-end tools on the mobile device.

So I tried similar visualizations using Lumira Cloud on Mobile BI:

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Figure 7

You can see the top menu in Figure 7 is coming from the Mobile BI app, allowing the end user to annotate the visualization.

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Figure 8

Figure 8 shows an annotation on the iPad.

Reference

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        1. Tammy Powlas Post author

          No, I didn’t apply any specific settings.  Please note this was an early version of Team Server and I was using a trial license; I don’t have a Team Server where I could try this now.

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