This blog covers some of the latest features and enhancements in SAP Analytics Cloud and SAP Digital Boardroom release 2020.22.
Please note that the SAP Analytics Cloud Help documentation is updated at the same time as the upgrade to this release, so the links here may not yet reflect what is described below until after the upgrade is complete.
Upgrade your SAP Analytics Cloud agent to the latest agent version 1.0.29 to take advantage of all the data acquisition types!
If you haven't upgraded yet, here are the data acquisition minimum requirements:
- Version 1.0.99 for SAP ERP / SQL databases
- Version 1.0.235 for SAP HANA view
- Version 1.0.91 for SAP Universe (UNX)
- Version 1.0.233 for SAP Business Warehouse (BW)
- Version 1.0.75 for all other data source types
For more information, see System Requirements and Technical Prerequisites.
Highlights of this Release
- Mobile: Default File and Landing Tab for the Android App
- Modeling: Overwrite Formulas Used in Public Account Dimensions
- APIs and Extensions for Developers: SCIM API – Remove Sensitive Data from URLs
This blog provides a high-level overview of the latest features in SAP Analytics Cloud. If you're looking to get more information about these features, please visit the help documentation here.
Last release, we announced that the SAP Analytics Cloud mobile application could support iOS 14. This time, we are happy to announce that SAP Analytics Cloud can also run on Android 11. Furthermore, you can now specify which landing tab and story you would like to open by default when you initially launch and log in to the Android app.
As a result, from now on, users can avoid the same steps required to navigate upon logging in – simply open the Android app, and you will instantly be brought to your desired page.
With this next new update, you can now overwrite formulas located in models and used in public account dimensions without affecting other models that are based on those same public account dimensions.
This means users can customize account members in one model without having to worry about making undetected changes to other models. In addition, the Modeler UI now indicates the differentiation between the non-model-specific formulas and the model-specific formulas so that users can detect the difference every time.
APIs and Extensions for Developers
A new POST endpoint for searching users has been added to the SCIM API. This API allows consumers to pass in search data such as usernames and email addresses in the POST request body. This addresses privacy concerns where personal identifiable information was being passed in the URLs as query parameters.
For more information on this topic, visit the SCIM section of our Help Portal.
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