SAP Lumira Designer - Basic (BOD410) Training

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The SAP Lumira Designer - Basic (BOD410) Training is based on SAP Lumira Designer 2.3, BIP 4.2 SP5, and BW 7.5 SP10. It teaches how to create applications for desktop clients and mobile devices with the use of SAP Lumira 2.3 Designer or SAP BusinessObjects Design Studio.

The SAP Lumira Designer - Basic (BOD410) Training is designed to help the aspirants in creating applications for desktop clients and mobile devices with the use of SAP Lumira 2.3 Designer (previously known as SAP BusinessObjects Design Studio). Here are a few things that the aspirants will learn after attending this course.

Multisoft Systems has been able to attain words of appreciation from the aspirants of SAP Lumira Designer - Basic. The official training partner of SAP is committed to provide a training completion certificate after this course and assist the aspirants with lifetime e-learning access. Go for it if you are an Application Consultant and intended to learn the principles of SAP Lumira Designer - Basic (BOD410). Here you will get the opportunity to learn from qualified SAP experts.

In its successful completion, you will learn:
  • How to create an application?
  • How to define layouts and formats?
  • How to work with advanced design techniques?
  • How to optimize applications on mobile devices?
Target audience
  • This SAP Lumira Designer - Basic (BOD410) Training provided by Multisoft Systems is ideal for the Application Consultants.
Prerequisites
  • The SAP Lumira Designer - Basic (BOD410) Training does not demand any defined set of Prerequisites. A person who is keen on learning the process of creating interactive applications (for desktop clients and mobile devices) with the use of SAP Lumira 2.3 Designer is eligible for this training.

Module 1: Positioning and Architecture

Module 2: Creating an Application

  • Understanding and Using the Format LUMX
  • Creating an Application with Online Data Access
  • Creating a Basic Application
  • Using Filter Components
  • Using Data Bound Component Properties
  • Using Scorecards
  • Using Structural Elements for Design
  • Using Composites
  • Describing Interoperability Between BI Clients

Module 3: Defining Layouts and Formats

  • Using Standard and Custom Templates
  • Working with Themes, CSS Formatting, and the Embedded CSS Editor
  • Using Conditional Formatting Setting Components

Module 4: Advanced Design Techniques

  • Describing the Script Editor
  • Defining the Navigation Behavior of Basic Components
  • Using Conditional Statements in Scripts
  • Using Metadata and Single Values in Documents
  • Using Variables in Scripting
  • Using Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Describing Commentary Functionality
  • Accessing Application on Mobile Devices
  • Using the Adaptive Layout Container
  • Using Movable Components

Module 5: Optimizing Applications on Mobile Devices

  • Accessing Application on Mobile Devices
  • Using the Adaptive Layout Container
  • Using Movable Components
  • Optimizing Components for Mobile Devices
     

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