Reporting: SAP Business One User-Defined Fields in BI360

Reporting: SAP Business One User-Defined Fields in BI360

This course explores user-defined fields in SAP Business One and how to enable them for reporting in BI360 version 4, Cloud, or Private Host version 5.

About this course

Jim Hummer of Solver Support explores user-defined fields in SAP Business One and how  to enable them in BI360 Administration (version 4) using the Integration Management > Integration Customization > Dimension Editor.  A display name is also defined in Edit Terms. This field is then exported for use as a backup in version 4, or to add as a custom extension in BI360 Cloud or Private Host. In addition, as an optional step, a new module is defined and then associated with an existing dimension using the Integration Customization. As a check, this user-defined field is used in a BI360 report. 

This concept continues in a second lesson for users of BI360 Cloud/Private Host, using the previously defined and exported Integration Customization.

Posted 5/19

Curriculum~ 8 minutes

  • Enabling SAP Business One User-Defined Fields in BI360 version 4
  • Enabling SAP Business One User-Defined Fields in BI360 Cloud or Private Host version 5

About this course

Jim Hummer of Solver Support explores user-defined fields in SAP Business One and how  to enable them in BI360 Administration (version 4) using the Integration Management > Integration Customization > Dimension Editor.  A display name is also defined in Edit Terms. This field is then exported for use as a backup in version 4, or to add as a custom extension in BI360 Cloud or Private Host. In addition, as an optional step, a new module is defined and then associated with an existing dimension using the Integration Customization. As a check, this user-defined field is used in a BI360 report. 

This concept continues in a second lesson for users of BI360 Cloud/Private Host, using the previously defined and exported Integration Customization.

Posted 5/19

Curriculum~ 8 minutes

  • Enabling SAP Business One User-Defined Fields in BI360 version 4
  • Enabling SAP Business One User-Defined Fields in BI360 Cloud or Private Host version 5