Dear SAP Community,
We are excited to invite you to our Calculation View Modeling in Business Application Studio Update SAP Community Call.
What: Calculation View Modeling in Business Application Studio Update
When: May 17, 4:30 pm CEST (10:30 EDT) live on YouTube
Duration: 1 hour (presentation + Q&A)
Calculation Views serve as a foundation for various data analyses, e.g., in analytic scenarios. Data preparation and enrichment steps that are executed during query processing can be defined within a graphical user interface. In addition, Calculation Views offer various SAP HANA-specific optimization techniques, which make them the tool of choice in performance critical scenarios. By bringing together developers with database performance expertise and developers with extensive knowledge about data structures and processing in one graphical user interface, they offer a unified way to prepare data on the fly for consumption by various tools such as SAP Analytics Cloud.
The session highlights some key features of Calculation Views and explains how Calculation Views fit into SAP HANA Cloud development concepts, e.g., the HANA Deployment Infrastructure (HDI). The demo will be done in SAP Business Application Studio. Still, the same concepts can also be applied in environments that make use of SAP Web IDE for SAP HANA.
If you are interested in data modeling with SAP HANA Cloud in Business Application Studio and want to learn more about the topic, then join our product expert Jan Zwickel for his community call.
In case you cannot attend the call, no worries, we will stream it live on YouTube, which makes it available on demand right after the live call has ended. Watch Jan’s session wherever and whenever it fits your schedule best! We will also provide the link on the SAP HANA on-premises and cloud database Community Page afterwards.
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