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SAP HANA analytic view reporting in html5

Hi all,

I started learning SAP HANA and created 2 attribute views and an analytic view for a database. They all work fine in HANA Studio and i am able to take any report. My problem that during the deployment of this solution i can't install Hana Studio to all the customers, I need to use this analytic view to display the data in HTML 5 web application so that customers will login to the system and be able to see their own informations.

I have done it with writing a json(in .xsjs) then parsing it with js. But in this way I'm writing queries so that kind of makes my previous analytic view useless and making the application more complex. My question here is:

  • Can any one help explain to me how I can use the SAP Hana analytic view in html5.
  • Are there easier options out there that I can consider using.

Thanks for your answers!

Kemal

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  • Posted on Sep 29, 2014 at 09:27 AM

    Hi Kemal,

    Create an Odata Service based on Analytic View and then use that service as Odata Model to fetch data in your SAP UI5 Web page

    You can check this blog for creating odata file and consuming it using SAP UI5

    Native development in SAP HANA and consuming the oData services in SAPUI5

    Also read HANA Developer Guide for more info:

    Tutorial: Consume an OData Service from SAPUI5 - SAP HANA Developer Guide - SAP Library

    http://help.sap.com/hana/SAP_HANA_Developer_Guide_en.pdf

    Regards,

    Vivek

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    • Hi Kemal,

      You can create an HTML file and then may be try calling odata Service using ajax.

      Why you don't want to use SAPUI5.

      Using SAP UI5 will make it lot easier for you.

      In SAP UI5, you just need to create an Application Project and inside that select .HTML and then code everything in HTML

      Regards,

      Vivek

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