Reporting: SAP Business One User-Defined Fields in Report Designer

Reporting: SAP Business One User-Defined Fields in Report Designer

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

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 Solver 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 report. 

This concept continues in a second lesson for users of Solver 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 Solver 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 Solver 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 report. 

This concept continues in a second lesson for users of Solver 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 Solver Cloud or Private Host version 5