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SAP Business Objects Data services Designer Guide

SAP Business Objects Data services Designer Guide

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All"entities"youdefine,edit,orworkwithinDesignerarecalledobjects.The
localobjectlibraryshowsobjectssuchassourceandtargetmetadata,system
functions, projects, and jobs.

Objects are hierarchical and consist of:
• Options, which control the operation of objects. For example, in a
datastore, the name of the database to which you connect is an option
for the datastore object.
• Properties, which document the object. For example, the name of the
object and the date it was created are properties. Properties describe an
object, but do not affect its operation.

The software has two types of objects: Reusable and single-use. The object
type affects how you define and retrieve the object.

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