SAP Training Business Objects Web Intelligence Training Courses

Business Objects Introductory Reporter Training Course




1 Day


Pearse Street, Dublin 2


During this Business Objects Web Intelligence training course you will discover just how easy it is to get started with Business Objects by building powerful queries and presenting the results in impressive and easy-to-read reports that you and your colleagues will love. At these prices you'll save money too – and you can book with peace of mind thanks to our money-back guarantee if you're not happy with your course. It doesn't get any safer than that – so why struggle to figure it out on your own?


  • This course is scheduled according to demand, please contact us to arrange a date.

Who should attend?

Those wishing to learn Business Objects Web Intelligence versions 4 and 4.1. It is not suitable for those wishing to learn Desktop Intelligence versions.

The course is designed for those who have little or no previous experience of Web Intelligence, and who wish to learn how to build queries and create reports using Business Objects Web Intelligence. The course aims to provide a good basic grounding in the use of Business Objects for querying, presenting and analysing information, and for sharing that information with others within your organisation.

To learn more or make a booking, please contact us.
We can also provide training on Web Intelligence XI versions – contact us for more information.

Run this Business Objects course on your own premises for €1150 per day for up to 3 people. Add just €125 per person for additional delegates, plus the trainer's travelling and overnight accommodation costs as necessary.

Related courses

This course is not suitable for those needing to learn the Desktop Intelligence or older full-client versions of Business Objects. For information about Desktop Intelligence training courses, please click the link below.

Course Content

The Web Intelligence (BI) Launch Pad

  • Customising User Preferences
  • Working with Folders and Categories
  • Opening Documents in the Reading View
  • Opening Documents in the Java Enabled Design View

Working in the Java Enabled Design View

  • Documents
  • Reports
  • Blocks – Vertical Tables; Horizontal Tables; Cross Tables; Charts; and Forms
  • Universes, Classes and Objects
  • The Training Course Universe – eFashion

The User Interface

  • Toolbars and Menus
  • Help
  • The Data/Properties Panel
  • The Status Bar

Opening & Sharing Documents

  • Opening, Saving and Closing Documents
  • Retrieving Documents from Inbox and Public Folders
  • Sharing Documents with other Users
  • Scheduling Documents to Run and Distribute Automatically

Modifying Reports & Analysing Data

  • Editing Blocks to Manipulate Data
  • Adding Blocks to an Existing Report
  • Creating Sections in Reports
  • Adding and Formatting Breaks
  • Adding New Reports to a Document

Formatting Documents

  • Borders and Shading
  • Adding Headers and Footers
  • Adding Pictures and Logos
  • Setting Cell, Table, Section and Page Properties
  • Controlling Page Breaks in Printed Output
  • Special Fields

Creating & Editing Queries

  • Understanding the Query Panel
  • Editing a Query
  • Building & Running a New Query

Restricting Data with Query Filters

  • Simple Query Filters
  • User Defined Single Value Query Filters
  • Pre-Defined Query Filters
  • Using Query Prompts

Using Functions

  • Filtering Data
  • Sorting Data
  • Ranking Data
  • Grouping Data Values
  • Setting Conditions (Alerters)
  • Inserting Simple Calculations:
    • Sum
    • Count/Count All
    • Average
    • Percentage
    • Minimum
    • Maximum

Creating Formulas and Variables

  • Adding a Formula to a Block
  • Understanding the Difference Between a Formula and a Variable
  • Defining a Formula as a Variable
  • The v_ Convention for Naming Variables

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