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Final Step-by-step guide to modify currencies in standard KPI tiles

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Document Version: 1.0 – 2017-02-01
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Step-by-step guide to modify currencies in standard delivered
KPI tiles
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February 1, 2017
Initial Version – J. Javier Baltazar
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Table of Contents
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Introduction........................................................................................................................................................................... 5
2
Copy Standard KPI evaluation ............................................................................................................................................... 6
3
Modify Evaluation Parameters and create a new Tile ........................................................................................................ 12
4
Display new KPI through Launchpad Personalization ......................................................................................................... 16
1 Introduction
Description
This document is created as a step-by-step guide to demonstrate how to quickly modify the currencies displayed in a standard delivered Fiori KPI
evaluation. You will be guided through the steps required to create a copy of a standard delivered KPI evaluation, identify the currency
parametrization and modify the required values to set a specific currency and create a custom tile to display the changes. You will also be able to
add this “custom” KPI to your Fiori Launchpad.
System prerequisites
SAP S/4HANA 1511 or 1610
Technical Activation of Fiori Launchpad and KPI workspace has been concluded
Role SAP_BR_ANALYTICS_SPECIALIST has been assigned to your user Id in the Frontend Server
Target group
Target group requirements
Application developers
System Administrators
Security Administrators
.
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Copy Standard KPI evaluation
Step/Description
Screenshot
1. Identify the KPI tile you wish to modify.
In this example we will be using the
Purchase Order Value tile which shows
currency in EUR.
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2. Start “KPI Workspace” from your Fiori
Launchpad.
**NOTE: Make sure your user has been assigned role “SAP_BR_ANALYTICS_SPECIALIST” as it is
needed to display KPI Workspace
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3. All KPI data is transportable, first define
a transport order by going to the
settings option. In this case, a
Customizing request should be enough.
**NOTE – Workbench request and Package are required when creating a KPI from scratch, in this
scenario we will only create a new evaluation which requires a Customizing request.
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4. Search for the KPI you wish to
modify, it usually matches the
name of the tile you want to
modify (Purchase Order Value) and
click on the evaluation name
(which matches the KPI tile’s
subtitle: “Last 365 Days”).
5. Once you have navigated to the
KPI evaluation you will notice that
the input parameter for currency is
set to EUR by default. Click on
“Copy” to create a new copy of the
evaluation
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6. Select “Copy evaluation and all its
entities”
**NOTE – We are selecting the option “Copy evaluation and all its entities” as we want to reuse all the
standard drilldowns and will only modify the currency parameter.
7. Select the KPI where you wish to
place the copy (in this case we are
using the same KPI Purchase Order
Value).
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8. Once the copy is finished you will
notice that there is a new
evaluation for the KPI. Navigate to
the evaluation to modify its
parameters.
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Modify Evaluation Parameters and create a new Tile
Step/Description
Screenshot
1. Review the evaluation parameters
and click on “edit”
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2. Navigate to the input parameter
configuration and modify the
currency value. Click on “Activate”
once you have finished your changes.
3. As we selected the “Copy evaluation
and all its entities” no tiles are
created, hence we will need to create
a new tile for our evaluation. Click on
the “Configure Tile” button.
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4. As there is no tile defined for the
evaluation click on the “Add Tile”
button.
5. We will use a numeric tile and assign
the tile to a catalog. Click on the
Catalog search help.
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6. Select the catalog where you wish the
tile to be stored. In this example we
will be using the standard catalog for
the Purchase Order Value
(SAP_PRC_BC_PURCH_ANALYTICS)
**NOTE – Always check documentation available at Fiori Apps Library to identify the catalogs
7. Click on Save and go back to the KPI
main screen. Make sure your
evaluation copy displays active status
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Display Modified KPI using Launchpad Personalization
Step/Description
Screenshot
1. Add the custom KPI by
personalizing your Launchpad.
Click on the edit icon and add a
new tile.
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2. The user personalization menu will
be displayed. Search the name of
the KPI and add it to your
Launchpad
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3. Once the tile has been added you
can observe the new currency
values and navigate through the
drilldowns
ENJOY!
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