After I started my BW/4HANA instance on cal.sap.com and everything was working, I logged on and typed RSA1. But there was no modeling tab anymore. Then I rememberd, I need the BW Modeling Tools. So I installed the latest Version of Eclipse and the BW Modeling Tools. After that I need a Project. The project is the binder for all activities in our BW system. Make a right-click in the Eclipse Project Explorer and choose BW Project.
A new feature of Analysis Office 2.4 is workbook or sheet protection. It is similar to the Microsoft Excel Protect Sheet / Workbook function, but it is also different. When you need to protect your workbook or sheet and you use the Excel functionality, you can not refresh or drill down your Crosstab. But when you want to refresh your data or give the users the opportunity to drill down or filter, you have to use the workbook / sheet protection from Analysis Office.
Analysis Office 2.4 also provides new file system settings. Especially for the new Customize User Interface function. The file Cof_app.config provides all these parameters: AppBuilderDefaultProfilePath AppBuilderUserProfileDirectory AppBuilderCompanyProfileDirectory AppBuilderReadOnlyProfileDirectories And also these parameters: CurrentCodePage SapWebGuiPath NwbcTicketIssuerPath Only then AppBuilderCompanyProfileDirectory is a PerMachine parameter, the others are UserRoaming. How the other...
So after I read a lot about BW/4HANA, I decided to create a own SAP BW/4HANA 1.0 [Developer Edition] instance on my Amazon AWS account. First I had to extend my normal AWS account with a IAM user. For this you choose under Security, Identity & Compliance >> IAM. Under Users you click on Add user.
A new feature of Analysis Office 2.4 is that you have a function called Customize User Interface. On the first view it looks similar to the Excel customize ribbon function. But it has more flexiblity to switch between different interfaces. First you have to open the Customize User Interface dialog via File >> Analysis. The following dialog appears.