Jan
26

Overview of Xcelsius 2008 SP3 – Part II (Videos)

Overview of Xcelsius Service Pack 3Happy New Year. Well, it’s January, so we can still exchange wishes. As you all know, towards the end of 2009, SAP released Service Pack 3 for Xcelsius 2008. I started a video series to show you what’s new in the latest service pack. This is a 2 part series. In part I, I showed you how to download and install the service pack. I also talked about the new components. As promised, here is part II. In these videos I talk about the new features and also performance enhancements. I tried to squeeze it into a single video, but I couldn’t and since I can only upload a 10min or less video on YouTube, I split it into two. So part II comprises of 2 videos. Don’t forget to watch both of them to get a complete overview. I tried to do my best to cover all the new features, if I had missed something, please feel free to use the comments section to shout it out. Watch the videos after the jump.

Part II Video 1

Part II Video 2

Kalyan Verma is a BI consultant, freelance Xcelsius Developer and a Web Blogger. He is based out of Boston, MA and his technology interests range from BI to Visual Data Analysis. Visit our Gurus page for more info.

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4 Responses to “Overview of Xcelsius 2008 SP3 – Part II (Videos)”

  1. [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by The Xcelsius Gurus, Ryan Goodman. Ryan Goodman said: RT @XcelsiusGurus: Great job on Part 2 of the #Xcelsius 2008 SP3 Overview Videos by @kalyanvema – http://alturl.com/qv9z [...]

  2. Hans says:

    Great Job Kalyan! You have a new fan! I look forward to learn more from you.
    Hans

  3. Karsten says:

    Just to make sure people don’t get confused on version naming:
    The two videos you uploaded to Youtube are titled wrongly: “Xcelsius Gurus Overview of Xcelsius 2009″.
    You’re a bit ahead of us there – it’s still Xcelsius 2008.

  4. Kalyan Verma says:

    @Karsten, Thanks for pointing it out. We wish there was Xcelsius 2009 and we have a copy of it ;) . Anyways, it is fixed now.

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