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Author's profile photo Marc Kuipers

Disclosure Management – Linked Images

Since Disclosure Management Stack 1400 (see this blog ) there is a new way of embedding graphs/charts in Word reports. This replaces the ‘old’ way of using embedded OLE objects.

 

Within the Disclosure Management client, there is a new option called “Linked Image”

 

This Wiki explains the necessary steps for setting this up.

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      Author's profile photo maria paula rodriguez
      maria paula rodriguez

      Excellent wiki Marc.

      In the pdf of the wiki it says that in power point chapters linked images can also be done. But I don´t find the option of Linked images in power point.

      Is there a special way to do this? Or in power point is as traditional: inserting a excel object and creating the chart?

      Author's profile photo Folu Kehinde
      Folu Kehinde

      Hi Maria,

      The method for PowerPoint is slightly different. (I will ask Marc to update the wiki when he returns from vacation)

      Steps are as follows:

      1. Preparation: Create a simple blank image. (open Paint application and create a small blank .png file)
      2. Open a PowerPoint chapter
      3. Click on Insert --> Pictures
      4. Insert any image or the image created from step 1
      5. Click inside the Image
      6. Go to The SAP Disclosure Management Menu (Start if required to get the DM Addin Menus)
      7. Select  Manage Datalinks
      8. Select  New and connect to your datasource
      9. Select the BIPLI_ Range with your Image/Chart
      10. Click Ok

       

      Author's profile photo Repakula Manoj
      Repakula Manoj

      Dear Marc,

      This functionality will work fro Stack 1300 ?

       

       

      Author's profile photo Marc Kuipers
      Marc Kuipers
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Manoj,

       

      No, the linked image functionality has been introduced in Stack 1400

       

      Marc

      Author's profile photo Repakula Manoj
      Repakula Manoj

      Thanks for your response Marc!!

      Thanks a lot for your Hardwork and dedication towards writing blogs in SAP DM

      Great Job 🙂

       

       

      Best Regards,

      Repakula Manoj