Combining Web Services and SQL Server Data Utilizing Business Objects Business View Manager - Part 2
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by Eric Landes
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Setting up the Business Element and Business View

Now that the Data Foundation is set up, you just need to create two more objects.  First we will set up the Business Element and then the Business View.  Once we do these, we are ready to use this in a report.  The easiest way to set this up is to follow the wizard after selecting New Business Element from the menu.  See Figure 4 for a list of the fields we have used in the Business Element.

Figure 4

To create a Business View with these Business Elements in it, simply go to Create a new Business View and follow that wizard.  Using the wizard, select the business element you just created.  For future reference you can add multiple business elements to your Business Views.  Once you have added this, you can save the View, which we will use in our report.

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