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At last week’s 2018 ASUG Annual Conference, Monday started with ASUG pre-conference day, starting with SAP Lumira Designer.  Of course, the usual disclaimer applies, anything in the future is subject to change.

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Interesting that many in this precon did not use Lumira.  Please see above “no changes to Lumira Designer Roadmap”

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Many in the precon had not seen the convergence slide either, shown above

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Attendees received a preview of SAP Lumira 2.2 shown above

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Variant support will be available in 2.2

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Cross tab enhancements planned for 2.2 are shown above.  In the demo, SAP showed removing totals via drag and drop

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Improved selecting, display 10K data points (this was demonstrated in the session) and more are shown above

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Custom calculations for end users are run time – a popular request

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New components in Lumira Designer 2.2 are shown above

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Composite enhancements, including nesting and bookmarking, are shown above

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Server export to PDF enhancements are shown above, including some for Discovery

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Linked Analysis improvements for Discovery are shown above

 

What did I miss?  In case you have more questions please join us for an ASUG webcast tomorrow – register here.

 

Later in the week we had an ASUG Lumira Designer influence session – some notes are below:

 

Requests:

1. Venn Diagram for Lumira Designer. Using static images

2. Info Graphics

– wants Lumira Discovery pictures to be used in Lumira Designer

• customized image

3.  export entire container like Xcelsius

• if you were a wiz with VLOOKUP you could use Xcelsius

4.  offline capability

5.  embedded WebI reports

6.  multiple apps – send to flat file

• view on iPad -parameter –

• Lumx format multiple applications – just see Lumx not apps

• can’t overwrite LUMX

7. Conditional formatting for UNX

 

Because the SAP Influence site (influence.sap.com) does not have an area for Lumira, face-to-face meetings become more important.

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