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For sure templates help with this scenario in Design Studio 1.5

Thanks to content in SAP’s Learning Hub (training.sap.com),  I could follow how to set this up.

First, Design Studio 1.5 in the CMC offers Bookmark Administration

Logon to the CMC, select Applications, Design Studio Runtime

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The Learning Hub tutorial showed how to create folders under bookmark administration

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Then you move the bookmarks to this folder in the CMC

Then launch Design Studio as the “administrator” and select the Generic Analysis Template

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This is the role of “producer”

Save this template on the BI Platform – the tutorial suggests a folder on the BI Platform.  The administrator/power user will use this to connect to the data source, create cross tabs, and save them as “smart objects” in the folder.

Next, logon as consumer

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The consumer selects the Online Composition Template

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The consumer drags over the  charts, cross tabs, and more visualizations that were created as “smart objects” by administrator/power user using the Generic template from above.

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Add a title to the views and save.

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Then you have a composition “tile” as shown above

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The consumer can share the composition using the bookmark

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Here is how it looks opened:

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Notice I didn’t do any scripting to do this; it was all in the templates that come with 1.5

To access the training see Early Knowledge Transfer for SAP BusinessObjects Design Studio 1.5 is now available in SAP Learning Hub

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