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I am new to datawarehousing & SAP BI

Hi,

I have no experience in data warehousing. My current job has a SAP Business Information warehouse implemented. I have a power user role and am supposed to work with BEx query designer and write new queries and reports. Can somebody guide me from where to start reading .. ie first datawarehousing concepts & then SAP BI reporting??? Also the suggested books & references to read...

Thanks in advance.

Surabhi

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  • Posted on Sep 03, 2009 at 10:11 AM

    There may be lots of books, but help.sap.com is the good enough to start with.

    If you work only on reporting then you can start directly with reporting part with some basics of how EDW works.

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  • Posted on Sep 03, 2009 at 11:03 AM
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    Posted on Sep 18, 2009 at 11:34 AM

    Please refer to website : http://www.sappress.com/

    View:

    http://www.sappress.com/library.cfm?account=&library=H3042

    http://www.sappress.com/library.cfm?account=&library=H3043

    I suggest you start with the titles:

    'SAP Business Intelligence (BI)' this is to learn the basis facts. After that you can choose:

    'SAP BW Reporting and Analysis'

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