SAP Business Warehouse (BW) powered by SAP HANA refers to using BW software suite on top of HANA database. This functionality explores all the key features of HANA database technologies and uses BW as a modeling tool for data modeling and analytical reporting. BW software supports various databases like Oracle, Microsoft, IBM DB2, Teradata, and many more. BW on HANA suggests that you are using HANA as database for BW data modeling capabilities and no other database is required.
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SAP HANA Modeling Overview
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.