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difference between fiori launchpad and bi launchpad

can anyone help me to clarify difference between fiori launchpad and bi launchpad,,

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Arunkumar Mani

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    Posted on Sep 24, 2018 at 04:21 AM

    Very simplistic....

    The Fiori Launchpad is part of the UI Add on for SAP components (you will see FLP, etc) to allow users to launch UI5/SAPUI5, Transactions, Webdynpros, and URLs as tiles. Read up on Fiori, S4HANA, etc. for more information.

    BI Launchpad is part of Business Objects (BOE). There is now a "Fiori-like" version of BI Launchpad. This blog summarises it

    https://blogs.sap.com/2017/05/16/fiorified-bi-launchpad-in-boe-4.2/



    You can add a BI link in the Fiori Launchpad using URLs or even embed some reports.

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    • items can be added to Fiori Launchpad if you know the URL. You cannot dynamically update the tiles when reports are published to categories, folders etc

      You could like your launch pads by adding a tile to the Fiori Launchpad that opens the BI Launchpad. You could also consider creating tiles for top 3 to 5 reports for a business role so that they are available directly on the Fiori Launchpad and keep to single entry point for the users

  • Posted on Sep 27, 2018 at 04:20 AM

    Hi

    If you need to integrate fiori and BO, then you can refer below

    https://answers.sap.com/questions/439366/best-solution-to-connect-sap-business-objects-bi-o.html

    Regards

    Mathew

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