Launchpad iView in SAP MSS Advanced

Enhance MDT Reporting Scenario and include it in the Launchpad iView/Integrate HCM BW Web Templates

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The Launchpad iView works as a launchpad to launch reports from it. The iView is part of the mySAP ERP 2005 delivery for SAP Manager Self-Service in order to offer manager one single access to a report launch application. As in mySAP ERP 2005, the worksets have been re-arranged, SAP MSS from mySAP ERP 2005 on contains only one Reports workset in its standard delivery. In the standard delivery, a manager can access the Launchpad iView by choosing the following path in the Top Level Navigation (TLN) part of the SAP Enterprise Portal: Manager Self-Service -> Reports. For the end-user, the Reports iView presents reports under so called (application) categories that the system administrator sets up. This allows the manager to identify a business related report easily and to launch it. The Reports iView can contain several kinds of reports coming from different business areas, such as financial and personnel management related reports. There is no need that a manager accesses financial reports in a different way than he/she accesses the personnel management/Human Capital Management related reports. Alos, several typyes of reports can be integrated in the Launch Pad, For example, you can include SAP Business Information Warehouse queries. In the standard delivery, also SAP BW queries are dilvered and arranged that way that four BW queries appear on one Portal page (i.e. Headcount and Overtime/Illness). A manager can Click on a report link to launch it Change the launchpad

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Under the category Employee Data.End-User and Business Perspective Launch HCM report © SAP AG 2006 Assume. It allows the manager to select: A selection period An organizational view (e.g. he/she finds a Birthday link and clicks on it. Direct Reports). © SAP AG 4 . a manager would like to start the Birthday report using the Lauchpad iView. A next window opens and shows a selection screen to the manager.

The manager clicks on Report Result. © SAP AG 5 .End-User and Business Perspective © SAP AG 2006 The manager makes his/her choices and selects the objects (in this case employees) for which he/she wants to show the report result list.

the internal Internet Transaction Server (ITS) is needed. © SAP AG 6 . The integrated ITS is part of the the SAP Web Application Server 7. To show the result list.0.End-User and Business Perspective © SAP AG 2006 A next window opens and shows the result list. The result list shows reports as Web GUI result list.

The examples delivered are: Headcount Overtime/Illness © SAP AG 7 .End-User and Business Perspective © SAP AG 2006 A manager can also launch SAP Business Information Warehouse Reports. SAP pre-delivers two example pages with four queires on each in oder to offer the managers a kind of dashboard view on a set of queries that support managers in analyzing situations like the headcount development in specific organizational units and identifying reasons for a certain development.

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link to report. MDT subcategory) Application link (e.e. The system administrator can maintain applications to be displayed in the iView and maintain folders to group applications.e.g.Prepare Human Capital Management Reports Folder (i. © SAP AG 9 . i. executable function code in MDT Explanatory text for an application (optional) and could be assigned during customizing © SAP AG 2006 The Launchpad View is part of SAP Manager Self-Service in order to offer a manager a single point of access to launch reports. An administrator can maintian the following types of applications: SAP BI Reports (Queries or Web Templates) Report Writer reports Transactions URLs Manager‘s Desktop based reports The following application types are maintained directly in the Launchpad customizing: SAP BI Reports (Queries or Web Templates) Report Writer reports Transactions URLs You can find the appropriate IMG activity under Integration with Other SAP Components -> Business Packages/Functional Packages -> Manager Self-Service (mySAP ERP) -> Reporting -> Set-Up Launchpad.

the reports are set up as a so called scenario. To refer to the standard scenario provided for SAP Manager Self-Service. Table T77MWBFCH). In the standard. in the SAP Reference IMG choose the following path: Personnel Management -> Manager‘s Desktop -> Enhancements of Function Codes -> Define Structure of Function Codes. g. In the IMG activity Define Function Code Hierarchies (i.The Manager‘s Desktop based reports first need to be configured in the following Manager‘s Desktop tables: T77MWBS (Manager‘s Desktop Scenarios) T77MWBFCD (Function Code Definitions) T77MWBFCO (Object-dependent Function Codes) T77MWBBWS (BW Report System Data) T77MWBFCH (Function Code Hierarchies) In the MDT customizing. the standard scenario RPT0 is maintained. Employee Data) that will appear as folders in the Launchpad iView. The set up of MDT based reports also includes already subcategories (e. e. © SAP AG 10 . The scenario represents the total offering of reports that a customer wants to offer their managers/a group of managers within their company and allowing access via SAP Manager Self-Service. the example scenario RPT0 is delivered.

a customer needs to perform the folowing to big steps: 1. From usage/implementation point of view. The scenario name is RPT0. © SAP AG 11 . define your scenario according to your needs in the Manager‘s Desktop tables first. Transfer the table entries form the Manager‘s Desktop based tables to the Launchpad table. Before transferring table entries from the MDT scenario to be used in the Launchpad iView. As an example.Pre-delivered Manager‘s Desktop Scenario for Managers Table T77MWBFCH © SAP AG 2006 In case a customer wants to display application links from the Manager‘s Desktop based customizing in the Launchpad iView. 2. a Manager‘s Desktop scenario is predelivered (see table T77MWBFCH). Set up/change the MDT scenario(s) they want to offer to their managers/groups of managers. there are the following scenarios possible: A customer creates a completely new scenario A customer re-uses an already existing scenario (from their previous implementations of Manager‘s Desktop) A customer re-uses the pre-delivered SAP scenario (RPT0) and includes customer-specific enhancements (additional reports and new categories) Which business scenario a customer wants to follow up with depends on the information need that the company has identified for their managers and whether a customer has already scenario(s) in use as of the previous usage of SAP Manager‘s Desktop. For the usage of R/3 based reports in SAP Manager Self-Service. let‘s assume the customer wants to enhance the existing RPT0 scenario with two more organizational reports and would like to offer it under a new folder they call Organization.

To create a new function code choose New Entries or make a copy of an existing entry. Reports represent so called function codes. © SAP AG 12 . the new report entries need to be maintained in the Manager’s Desktop customizing.Create Function Codes to Enhanced the Report List Table T77MWBFCD © SAP AG 2006 First. These are defined in the table T77MWBFCD.

Save your entries. in the T77MWBFCD table.Create a Function Code for New Subcategory Table T77MWBFCD Table T77MWBFCD Name of function code Name of function code Text will be displayed Text will be displayed as folder in the as folder in the Launchpad iView Launchpad iView Determines that this Determines that this is not an executable is not an executable function but a function but a subcategory to group subcategory to group executable functions executable functions © SAP AG 2006 Example Implementation: As a function code. © SAP AG 13 . enter any name that falls within the customer‘s name space. The new function code will appear under it. The text that you enter later on appears in the Launchpad iView. You need to classify the function code as NODE type becuae the entry here does not represent the executable function (i. report) itself.e.

Note: function code name must be create in customer name space. and shows the appropriate data for the found positions. org units and positions. Along the structure the system collects all objects. This could happen due to the fact that the end-user selects a non-appropriate organizational view in the drop-down box that triggers the display of objects the manager can use for object selection. Please note: To launch that report. The report can be started with certain objects (org units and positions). for the front-end side of the reporting application you need to have included an appropriate organizational view that allow you to select organizational units. © SAP AG 14 . Save your entries You can define the report to be Object type specific: Set this indicator if you want the function only to be available for certain object types. Please note: For reports used in SAP Manager Self-Service it is recommended that to define them to be specific for certain objects. This allows the system to display an error message in case the user selects wrong object types to start a report with. You can specify the corresponding object types in the customizing activity Define Object-Specific Function Codes (T77TMWFCO) of the Enhancement of Function Codes chapter. the report RHXFILLPOS should be entered.Create a Function Code for Report RHXFILLPOS Table T77MWBFCD Table T77MWBFCD Create a new function Create a new function code for the report code for the report RHXFILLPOS RHXFILLPOS Determines that this Determines that this function code is a function code is a report report The Based on The Based on Organizational Organizational Structure indicator is Structure indicator is set for all function set for all function codes that are applied codes that are applied to organizational to organizational objects objects The report is object The report is object type specific and can type specific and can only be started with a only be started with a certain object type certain object type © SAP AG 2006 In the example. This report is based on the organizational structure. To create a new function code for a report choose New Entries or copy an existing entry.

Create a Function Code for Report RHSBES00 Table T77MWBFCD Table T77MWBFCD Create a new function Create a new function code for the report code for the report RHSBES00 RHSBES00 Determines that this Determines that this function code is a function code is a report report The Based on The Based on Organizational Organizational Structure indicator is Structure indicator is set for all function set for all function codes that are applied codes that are applied to organizational to organizational objects objects The report is object The report is object type specific and can type specific and can only be started with a only be started with a certain object type certain object type © SAP AG 2006 In the example. You can specify the corresponding object types in the customizing activity Define Object-Specific Function Codes (T77TMWFCO) of the Enhancement of Function Codes chapter. Save your entries. Along the structure the system collects all objects (org units and positions) and displays the appropriate data. This report is based on the organizational structure. The report can only be started with object type org unit. © SAP AG 15 . Please note: For reports used in SAP Manager Self-Service it is recommended that to define them to be specific for certain objects. You can define the report to be Object type specific: Set this indicator if you want the function only to be available for certain object types. To create a new function code for a report choose New Entries or copy an existing entry. Note: function code name must be create in customer name space. This allows the system to display an error message in case the user selects wrong object types to start a report with. This could happen due to the fact that the end-user selects a non-appropriate organizational view in the drop-down box that triggers the display of objects the manager can use for object selection. the report RHSBES00 should be entered as the second report to be launched from the Launchpad iView.

© SAP AG 16 . the table T77MWBFCD includes the entries as shown in the screenshot.Entries in Table T77MWBFCD Table T77MWBFCD Table T77MWBFCD Results Results © SAP AG 2006 After you have created the new function codes.

These restrictions are stored in T77MWBFCO. Perform the following steps: Enter the function code that you previously flagged as object type-specific. only special types of organizational objects (persons. for the usage of reports in SAP Manager Self-Service it is recommended that you in table (T77MWBFCD) have flagged your function codes as to be object type specific. positions etc. Enter the object type that the function code is to apply to. © SAP AG 17 . As stated already. In this step. you must make separate entries. In the Function Module and Program Name fields.Define Object Types for Object Type Specific Function Codes Table T77MWBFCO Table T77MWBFCO Results Results © SAP AG 2006 For some functions.) may be appropriate. enter the function module or the report that is called up by the corresponding function code. It also may be useful. you now define which object types should be valid for your reports. that a function stands for different function modules or reports depending on the type of the argument. If there is more than one object type per function code.

that our example wanted to re-use the standard scenario and enhance it with two more categories.Assign Function Codes to a Scenario Used in MSS Table T77MWBFCH Table T77MWBFCH MDT Scenario RPT0 is MDT Scenario RPT0 is used in the MSS used in the MSS standard delivery standard delivery © SAP AG 2006 Now you need to assign the function codes you have defined into the standard Manager‘s Desktop scenario (remind. orgnanized under an additional category). © SAP AG 18 .

a list of reports is provided in MSS. In the example above.Assign Executable Functions and Subcategories IMG: Table T77MWBFCH IMG: Table T77MWBFCH Theme category Theme category Subcategories which are all Subcategories which are all assigned to the same theme assigned to the same theme category MSS_HOME category MSS_HOME Executable functions which are Executable functions which are assigned to the same assigned to the same subcategory TRAIN subcategory TRAIN © SAP AG 2006 Define the hierarchy for the report tree in table T77MWBFCH. The number entry in the Nr. The name of the scenario is entered in the first field. column enables you to specify the sequence in which the theme categories appear on the initial screen or the sequence in which the subcategories and executable functions appear within a hierarchy level in the function tree in the left screen area. functions codes of type Node. Instead of a reporting tree. Since the category corresponds to the highest-level entry in the report tree. and subcategories can only contain executable functions. The structure of the report tree is based on the function codes defined in table T77MWBFCD. Enter the name of the individual function code in the Function Code column. The hierarchy is structured as follows: A function code of type Home ( theme category) is the highest-level node (root) in the report tree. Managers can filter the reports by choosing a subcategory from the drop down list box. the subcategory Train contains 6 reports. this category does not have an entry in the Higher-Level Function Code field. © SAP AG 19 . The non-executable functions (categories and subcategories) are used to structure the report tree. In MSS (ERP 2004) only one theme category is used. The name of the theme category (type HOME) or the subcategory. In MSS subcategories are always assigned to the same theme category. In MDT a subcategory can contain further subcategories or executable functions. that is. or executable functions can be located at the second level. non-executable function codes (type NODE) are displayed in the Higher-Level FCode column. Subcategories.

Assign Organization Subcategory to Theme Category Scenario used in MSS Scenario used in MSS Theme category MSS_HOME Theme category MSS_HOME Subcategory which shall be Subcategory which shall be assigned to the theme assigned to the theme category MSS_HOME category MSS_HOME © SAP AG 2006 To create the fucntion code hierarchy. To do so. you determine the order in which the categories are to appear on the drop down list box of Report Selection within MSS. you have to enter the theme category MSS_HOME. Due to the fact that for the MSS scenario only one theme category is used/allowed. © SAP AG 20 . you need to assign the subcategory to the thme category of the RPT0 scenario. add new entry as shown in the screen shot. In the field Function Code you have to enter the theme category to which the new category should be assigned to. By entering a number in the Sequence field.

you have to enter RPT0 as the application scenario. To assign the new subcategory to the scenario used in MSS.Enhance the Scenario RPT0 Used in MSS Scenario used in MSS Scenario used in MSS The new The new subcategory to which subcategory to which the report should be the report should be assigned to assigned to Determine the order Determine the order in which the reports in which the reports are to appear in the are to appear in the Launchpad iView Launchpad iView Enter the function Enter the function code of the new code of the new report report © SAP AG 2006 To enhance the standard delivered scenario with the two reports and the new category Organization choose New Entry or copy an existing entry. © SAP AG 21 . you determine the order in which the categories are to appear on the drop down list box of Report Selection within MSS. Due to the fact that for the MSS scenario only one theme category is used/allowed. you have to enter the theme category MSS_HOME. In the field Function Code you have to enter the theme category to which the new category should be assigned to. By entering a number in the Sequence field.

Created Entries in Table T77MWBFCH T77MWBFCH T77MWBFCH © SAP AG 2006 After you have enhanced the RPT0 scneario. table T77MWBFCH shows the entries as shown in the screen above. © SAP AG 22 .

enter the scenario name RPT0 and run the report. To do so. you need to transfer the entries to the Launchpad tables. © SAP AG 23 . As we have enhanced the standard scenario in our example.Transfer Table Entries to Launchpad Tables Convert data of a Manager‘s Desktop (MDT)scenario to the Launchpad tables Perform report initially and whenever you have created a new or changed an existing MDT scenario that you would like to use in the Launchpad iView © SAP AG 2006 After you have defiend new/changed entries in the Manager‘s Desktop tables and included into your scenario. execute the report out of the Convert MDT Data to MSS Reporting Launchpad IMG activitiy. The report is scenario based.

the entries in the Launchpad customizing will include a new Organization folder and the two reports under it.Transfer MDT Customizing Entries to Launchpad Tables © SAP AG 2006 After performing the report. © SAP AG 24 .

Creating Additonal/Descriptive Texts © SAP AG 2006 In order to add a descriptive text for your new reports. © SAP AG 25 . In the window which appears on the right side. enter a description. double-click first on one of your reports. You etiher can enter the description directly in the Description row or in case you would like to add a longer text. Save your entries. choose the Editor for Description icon that opens a text box to enter your description.

the Launchpad iView contains as a new folder the Organization folder and allows the manager to call two more reports. © SAP AG 26 . The manager addtionally can see the descriptions that you have maintained in the Launchpad customizing.Result in the Launchpad iView New Folder (Organization) 2 New Application Links Report Descriptions © SAP AG 2006 After you have converted the MDT table entries to the Launchpad customizing table entries and entered descriptions to the new reports.

the LPA Reporting iView is called in the separate window. As the application (report) called from the Launchpad iView belongs to the Manager‘s Desktop application category. © SAP AG 27 . the system calls a new application (iView) and launches it in a separate window.Perform New Reports © SAP AG 2006 When the manager clicks on Staff Assignment. for example.

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pct.transaction_dummy) Launchpad: URL (com.pct. The Launchpad iView can be used in several Portal roles (such as Business Unit Analyst or Manager SelfService).bw_dummy) Launchpad: SAP ECC Report or Transaction (com.erp.Launchpad iViews Launchpad iViews are available with the Business Package for Common Parts and the Business Package for Manager Self-Service © SAP AG 2006 The Launchpad iView is part of the Business Package for Common Parts and is called using Deltalink.common. four iViews do exist to build the Launchpad functionality: Launchpad (com.erp.lpareporting). This iView is part of the Business Package for Manager Self-Service. Leavers).url_dummy.common.sap. for example set of queries/Web templates Headcount.pct.common.reportlaunchpadpcd) Launchpad: SAP BI Report (com. Therefore.sap.sap. another Launchpad iView is called from the Launchpad iView which is LPA Reporting (com. the system calls another iView. Headcount FTE.erp.common.erp.sap. used for the BI reports.pct.erp.pct.sap. When launching a certain application out of it. Entries. © SAP AG 29 . depending on which type of application is to be called. For the function codes (reports) defined in the Manager’s Desktop tables.mss.

erp.erp. The Reports page consists of the Balanced Scorecard Elements (com.pct.sap.common.reportlaunchpadpcd) iView is included in the Reports (com.reportlaunchpadpcd_page) page. This means that the Launchpad (com.sap.mss.pct.sap.reports_page) iView and the Launchpad (com.pct.common.common.sap.erp.pct.sap.reports_page).erp.mss.Reports Page in Manager Self-Service © SAP AG 2006 The standard delivery of the Business Package for Manager Self-Service for the mySAP ERP 2005 release includes a Reports page (com.pct.erp.reportlaunchpadpcd_page) page. © SAP AG 30 .

sap.erp. needs to have the following application parameters (see Application Parameter property of the Launchpad (com.Launchpad iView/Deltalink Parameters role=MSS instance=REP display_external=X © SAP AG 2006 The iView Launchpad that is used in SAP Manager Self-Service.pct. © SAP AG 31 .reportlaunchpadpcd) iView: role=MSS instance=REP display_external=X The role=MSS paramter reads out the customizing you did in the SAP Reference IMG under Integration with Other SAP Components -> Business Packages/Functional Packages -> Manager Self-Service (mySAP ERP) -> Reporting -> Set Up Launchpad.common.

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© SAP AG 33 . The report integrates those Web Templates into the Launchpad tables that are used as standard delivered Web Templates in SAP Manager Self-Service. execute the program FPB_LP_WRITE_ENTRIES.Integrate SAP BW Queries/Web Templates into the Launchpad (1) © SAP AG 2006 The SAP BI content includes Web Templates that are used to display reports in the launchpad. To add the Web templates to the launchpad as example entries. They are example entries to let you see how the customizing for the Launchpad works.

Integrate SAP BW Queries/Web Templates into Launchpad (2) © SAP AG 2006 After the Web Templates are imported. © SAP AG 34 . You also can manually maintain new entries in the Launchpad customizing. you can adjust the entries in the Launchpad customizing.

create a new entry in the Launchpad customizing with the following entries: Application Category: SAP BI Report Web Template Web Template BI: <Name of BI Web Template> System Alias: <Alias name of BW system> © SAP AG 35 .Integrate SAP BW Queries/Web Templates into Launchpad (3) Entries for SAP BW Web template integration: Application Category: SAP BI Report Web TemplateWeb Template BI: <Name of BI Web Template> System Alias: <Alias name of BW system> © SAP AG 2006 If you want to integrate single SAP BW templates into the Launchpad.

sap.erp.mss. pages/com. you need to customize them the following: Application Category: URL URL: <Full PCD path name> whereby http:// must be replaced by ROLES:// (e.pct.mss.mss.illnessrate) If you would like to use these queries in SAP Manager Self-Service and to be launched from the Launchpad iView.erp.sap.pct.headcount) © SAP AG 36 .sap.sap.Integrate SAP BW Queries/Web Templates into Launchpad (4) Entries for SAP BW Web template integration – 4 SAP BW queries on one page: Application Category: URL URL: <Full PCD path name> whereby http:// must be replaced by ROLES:// © SAP AG 2006 SAP pre-delivers two Portal pages that include 4 queries each.Headcount (com.sap.mss.mss.pct.erp.mss.overtimerate) Illness Costs (com.mss.pct.pct.sap.Entries (com.illness_overtime) This page contains the following four SAP BW queries/iViews: Overtime Costs (com.mss.pct.sap.erp.mss.leavers) Illness Overtime (com.sap.erp.Headcount FTE (com.sap.sap.pct.erp.g.mss.pct/line_manager/com.mss.headcount_overview) .pct.pct.entries) .pct.mss. The pages are the following ones: Headcount (com.mss.headcount) This page contains the following four SAP BW queries/iViews: .mss.erp.erp. ROLES://portal_content/com.overtimecosts) Overtime Rate (com.erp.erp.sap.headcount_fte) .erp.pct.sap.Leavers (com.bp_folder/com.pct.pct.erp.pct.erp.erp.sap.hcm/com.sap.sap.illnesscosts) Illness Rate (com.

the manager can call the page containing 4 queries from the Launchpad iView.Integrate SAP BW Queries/Web Templates into Launchpad (5) © SAP AG 2006 After you have customized the URL in the Launchpad table. © SAP AG 37 .

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