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|1||BO List of values||Basic|
|2||BO Linked Universe||Intermediate|
|3||What is Derived Table in SAP BusinessObjects||Basic|
|4||Conditional Column Hiding in BO 3.1 Webi Report||Intermediate|
|5||Conditional Column Hiding in BO 3.1 Webi Report Followup Post||Intermediate|
|6||New Features of BO 4.0 WEBI||Basic|
|7||Conditional Column Hiding in BO 4.0||Intermediate|
|8||Top 5 BusinessObjects (BO) Scenario Based Questions||Basic|
|9||Top 30 BusinessObjects interview questions (BO) with Answers||Basic|
|10||Best BusinessObjects (BO) Interview Questions and Answers||Basic|
This article is the continuation of "Top 30 BusinessObjects (BO) Interview Questions and Answers". If you have not already read that, please start with that article first.
Welcome to the finest collection of SAP BusinessObjects (BO a.k.a BOBJ) Interview Questions with standard Answers. Based on our years of experience in BusinessObjects reporting tool, we have hand-picked these questions and provided to-the-point answers to each one of them so as to help you prepare better for BusinessObjects job interviews.
In this tutorial, we will look into some of the fundamental and widely asked scenario based questions in BusinessObjects (BO) interviews. Let's get started.
I had earlier posted about column hiding in BO 3.1 using Alerters. BO 4.0 offers a more flexible means of column hiding. This is actually a component hiding feature that works for table/chart etc.
Since my last post, I have been asked by people about how would I be hiding a column conditionally when it is not the rightmost column of the table, rather is in the middle.
A Derived Table is a logical table created in Business Objects Universe using an SQL query. A derived table in a universe is analogous to a view created in database with a SELECT statement.
A list of values contains the data values associated with an object. These data values can originate from a corporate database, or a flat file such as a text file or Excel file. List of Values is a powerful feature that allows users to select from a pick list when setting conditions in a query.