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This blog covers some of the latest new features and enhancements in SAP Analytics Cloud and SAP Digital Boardroom release 2019.18. Please note that the Analytics Cloud Help documentation is updated at the same time as the upgrade to this release, so the links here may not yet reflect what is described below until after the upgrade is complete.
Upgrade your SAP Analytics Cloud agent to the latest agent version 1.0.241 to take advantage of all the data acquisition types!
If you haven’t upgraded yet, here are the data acquisition minimum requirements:

  • Version 1.0.233 for SAP Business Warehouse (BW)
  • Version 1.0.99 for SAP ERP / SQL databases
  • Version 1.0.91 for SAP Universe (UNX)
  • Version 1.0.75 for all other data source types

For more information, see System Requirements and Technical Prerequisites.
Highlights of this release:

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Push default supported configurations with Microsoft Intune

Mark my Word because I’m about to make a Power(ful)Point! When you deploy the SAP Analytics Cloud App through Microsoft Intune, you can now push default supported configurations, allowing you to go deeper than the Surface. This is Excel(lent) for logging in, making it much faster to see your data when you’re away from the Office. With these Windows into your analytics on the go, you can live life on the Edge without having to worry about taking OneNote or any notes, it’s all in the palm of your hand! When it comes to SAP Analytics Cloud Mobile, the Outlook is good 😉

Analytics Designer

Add comments for widgets or cells that are planning enabled

With widgets and cells that are planning enabled, you can now enable or disable a user’s ability to leave comments. Several new API calls have been added as well, including the ability to getAllComments() or just one comment, and to removeAllComments() or just one comment. This will open many more collaborative opportunities within Analytics Designer!

Force line breaks in text widget

When using the applyText() scripting API, you’ll now be able to force line breaks using the “\n” character combination. Because as Obi-Wan always says, “May the Force be with properly formatted text boxes…”

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