The following example shows an i-Mode application with various Web items in an ad-hoc analysis.
Web Item Paging
Since i-Mode devices have limited display and memory capabilities, Web items for i-Mode devices are automatically displayed over several pages, which are linked together by an automatically generated overview page.
In this overview page, the i-Mode application Web items are displayed as a list of links to separate pages. The symbols at the start of each row correspond to the type of Web item. For example, is a link to the Table Web item.
Choose the Web item, for example Table using the link .
Displaying the Table Web Item
Data (1/2) means that the table content is too large to be displayed on a single page, and that this page is the first of two. The green highlighting on Sales Volume shows that the Web application has an active exception.
Navigation in the Table Web Item
Scroll down to the bottom of the page or choose the link to reach the bottom of the page.
Choose the link to go to the next page...
... ... or choose to return to the overview page.
OLAP Navigation with the Generic Navigation Block Web Item
In the overview page, choose the Generic Navigation Block Web item:
Select the link .
Displaying the Generic Navigation Block Web Item
The symbols next to the InfoObjects indicate whether the InfoObject is displayed in the drilldown in the rows or in the columns.
In this example, Ship to Customer is drilled down in the rows . The key figures are drilled down in the columns .
Select a filter
If the symbol is displayed next to Order, this means that filter values have been selected for the characteristic Order.
Displaying the Map Web Item
The following example shows an i-Mode application with the Map Web item.
The example shows sales revenues for Germany.
Use the geo-navigation bar to display the map in more detail.
This illustration shows the result of zooming-in on the Sylt island
i-Mode Applications with an i-Mode-enabled Device
You require access to the BW system using an i-Mode service provider. You BW system has to be in front of the firewall.
Using the i-Mode Emulators
You can use an emulator to familiarize yourself quickly and easily with mobile intelligence on i-Mode-enabled devices.
SAP Note 453142 provides additional information about how to download emulators from the Internet.