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Exploring Design Studio 1.1

Hi Everybody

This is my first post and I could really use some help in exploring SAP Design Studio tool as a professional dashboarding option.

I currently have access to Design Studio 1.1 and I am trying to create a sample dashboard to showcase to client on how powerful design studio can be as a dashboard tool.I could use some ideas as to what features I could explore and what components I could experiment with here.

As of now I have used a tabstrip with some dropdowns to show sales data by geography( continent,country,state,city) in a chart using design studio 1.1.I have run in to some trouble with drill down.When I use all the dimensions in the initial view the chart displays values across all the dimensions but i want to drill down on each dimension only on selection of a value in the dropdown .Can this be achieved in DS 1.1 ? I have created multiple data sources editing each initial view to accommodate one dimension only (i.e. one datasource for continent,one for country and so on) and then use multiple charts to display them and then have use setvisible to true to to give a feel of drilldown.Is there a better and easier way to do this?

Also please suggest some ideas to incorporate to fully explore the capabilities of this tool.

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    Posted on Mar 14, 2014 at 08:12 AM

    Could you download Design Studio 1.2 and look at the filter and navigation feature?

    There are free tutorials explaining this feature at sap.com/LearnBI

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