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Ian Henry

The HANA CORS (Cross Origin Resource Sharing) configuration is straight forward but as the old saying goes, a picture paints a thousand words.  Such a shame that the SAP documentation policy is does not allow

To use XSA, first you must download the additional XSA components from SAP Support – Software Downloads – these packages are in addition to the base HANA Platform. Knowing exactly which files are required can

Disclaimer:  We have not verified how fake the “fake news” really is, or how the true the “real news” really is.  This process is repeatable with ANY data. Having seen a fake news dataset on

In this blog I aim to provide an introduction to TensorFlow and the SAP HANA integration, give you an understanding of the landscape and outline the process for using External Machine Learning with HANA. There’s

A parent child relationships can be used to model many types of hierarchy, including ragged hierarchies, balanced hierarchies, and unbalanced hierarchies. SAP Analytics Cloud (SAC) originally required us to use parent child hierarchies. Often when

I don’t claim to be a data scientist, but I have setup, configured and exploited SAP HANA, Predictive Analytics and a number of other tools before.  R is another great tool to have in your kitbag and

With the Rugby World Cup now on, I decided to put some of the SAP kit bag to the test. 25-Sept-2015, We have updated Lumira Cloud visualisations and added a few more screenshots below The

Have you received the dreaded Authorization error with Smart Data Integration? [71002048] column store error: task framework:  [140028] Insufficient privilege. Access denied.  .hdbflowgraph   SAP HANA Activation Problem It is documented, but who reads the manual?

Having been through the process of exposing a HANA Calculation View as an OData Service for a Fiori tile to consume.  There are many examples that show some of pieces of this process but I

Market Basket Analysis (MBA) is interesting as a standalone activity, but where is gets more compelling is when you can really find trends, identify unknown relationships, and discover new business opportunities.  Using MBA for both