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Doubts on BO

please answer the following

1) what is FRS and its tasks

2)how many types of links we have in WebI

3)Types of OLAPs

4)what is the difference between BO 6.5 and XIR2

5)In Database i have 3000 rows but in report level i am getting 4000 rows what is the reason behind.what should i do then.

6)what do you mean by a category in BO and types of category

7)what is the difference between FOREACH AND FORALL.

Please make a light on the above questions and help me with the answers

Thank you in advance.

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    Posted on May 10, 2011 at 05:02 AM

    1) what is FRS and its tasks

    http://blogs.hexaware.com/business-objects-boogle/business-objects-file-repository-servers

    2)how many types of links we have in WebI

    There is one Open link Function available in BO

    3)Types of OLAPs

    http://www.olap.com/w/index.php/Types_of_OLAP_Systems

    4)what is the difference between BO 6.5 and XIR2

    http://www.forumtopics.com/busobj/viewtopic.php?t=88676☆t=0&postdays=0&postorder=asc&sid=8ef6fissue 6741394adda8c7cbb3953c107fc

    5)In Database i have 3000 rows but in report level i am getting 4000 rows what is the reason behind.what should i do then.

    There many be Context issue in Universe. Or you might be getting carticean product.

    6)what do you mean by a category in BO and types of category

    categories are used for classifying documents in BusinessObjects Enterprise. Categories provide an effective way of classifying documents that makes it easier for users to organize documents. The categorization of documents enables users to locate information more easily regardless of where it is stored within the system. Users can classify documents by using categories created by themselves and by others.

    7)what is the difference between FOREACH AND FORALL.

    Input Context : adds dimensions to a context. ForEach

    Ex: Maximum revenue for each Quarter in a report which contains the Quarter dimension but does not include it in the

    block:

    Using the ForEach context operator, you can achieve the same result with the following formula:

    Max (Sales Revenue ForEach (Quarter)) In (Year)

    Why? Because the Year dimension is the default input context in the block. By using the ForEach operator, you add the Quarter dimension to the context, giving an input context of (Year;Quarter).

    Out Put Context : removes dimensions from a context. *ForAll *

    Ex: You have a report showing Year, Quarter and Sales Revenue and you want to add a column that shows the total revenue in each year.

    To total revenues by year the input context needs to be (Year); by default it is (Year; Quarter). Therefore, you can remove Quarter from the input context by specifying ForAll (Quarter) in the formula, which looks like this:

    Sum(Sales Revenue ForAll (Quarter))

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  • Posted on May 11, 2011 at 12:25 PM

    thanks

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