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Change existing BW query datasource to hana view in design studio

Hi All,

we are usinf dsign studio 1.4 sp1.

we are using a dashboard with bw query datasource.

due to performance issue, we have created a query in hana studio same as bex query.

now i need remove the existing bex query and add the hana view.

the problem is i am not able to login simultaniously hana and bo.

in the backend connections i am not able to add hana connection. when i log in business objects.

i can only see bw connctions.

when i logg in hana design studio i cannot save my new dashboard in bO

how can i view hana views in design studio while login with BO design studio.

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    Posted on Dec 10, 2015 at 02:40 AM

    Hi,

    It sounds like you have set up a direct connection to HANA instead of creating it in the BusinessObjects CMC. This is probably why you can't see HANA connections when you logon to BusinessObjects.

    The procedure for creating a HANA connection on the BusinessObjects BI Platform is described in the Design Studio Administrator Guide for the BusinessObjects BI Platform. You can create either a HANA HTTP Connection which is the recommended approach (Page 29) or a HANA JDBC Connection (Page 31).

    After performing the above procedure you should be able to see both the BEx connection and HANA connection after logging into the BusinessObject Platform.

    You may also find the following posts useful:

    Using Design Studio with SAP HANA End-to-end - Part 1

    Using Design Studio with SAP HANA End-to-end - Part 2

    Regards,

    Mustafa.

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