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What is SAP HANA?

SAP HANA Information Modeling which also known as SAP HANA Data Modeling is the heart of HANA application development. 
You can create modeling views on top of database tables and implement business logic to create a meaningful report.
These modeling views can be consumed via Java or HTML based applications or SAP HANA native applications. You can also use SAP tools like SAP Lumira or Analysis Office to directly connect to HANA and report modeling views. It is also possible to use 3rd party tools like MS-Excel to connect to HANA and create your report. 

Modelling is an activity in which user refine or slice data in the database table by creating information view based on the business scenario. This information views can be used for reporting and decision-making purpose.

Information view is made from various combinations of content data to create a model for a business scenario.

Content Data in information view are of two types –

  • Attribute: Descriptive and Non-Measureable Data. E.g. Vendor ID, Vendor Name, City, etc.
  • Measure: Data can be quantifiable and calculated. E.g. Revenue, Quantity Sold and Counters. The measure is derived from analytic and calculation view. The measure cannot be created in Attribute view.

 

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posted May 26, 2017 by Manish Tiwari

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