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Data Access Gallery
Data Access Gallery
This page features different data access extensions developed for SAP Lumira. Connect to different data sources and visualize them with Lumira's various chart types and visualization extensions!
Every data access connector is unique in its usage. They all have their individual repositories published on SAP's GitHub space, with ReadMe notes and instructions on how to use each data access extension with SAP Lumira.
Do read the blogs about these extensions to get a better idea of how they are used. Happy data connecting!
Please read the disclaimer at the bottom of this page.
Data Access Extensions
HTTP CSV DATA ACCESS CONNECTOR
JSON DATA ACCESS EXTENSION
Connects SAP Lumira to HTTP CSV data
Connects SAP Lumira to JSON data
SAMPLE DATA ACCESS EXTENSION
Connects SAP Lumira to data from Quandl.com
Building a sample extension in Data Access Extension SDK version 2
GOOGLE CHROME NETWORK LOGS
DATADIRECT CLOUD EXTENSION
Lets you analyse network calls made through the Google Chrome browser
Connects SAP Lumira to Eloqua, Marketo and Google Analytics
TWITTER DATA ACCESS
GOOGLE AND YOUTUBE ANALYTICS
Enables users to download tweets which include a specific keyword/hashtag for further analysis within SAP Lumira.
This extension provides a working example of consuming Google Analytics Core Reporting and YouTube Analytics Reports
SQL SERVER ANALYSIS SERVICES (SSAS)
SSAS supports Microsoft Analysis Services 2008 and 2012. It is the multidimensional database provided by Microsoft.
A Lumira Data Access Extension To Fetch MS Access Query Results
GOOGLE DOCS DATA ACCESS
This extension enables the use of Google Spreadsheets. After inputting the document key, the extension downloads spreadsheet data into Lumira for analysis.
This extension downloads a user's contact list from LinkedIn, allowing further analysis to be made inside SAP Lumira
WINDOWS EVENT LOG
This extension allows users to integrate a web service with Lumira.
This extension can be used as an example for the development of a simple but complete data access extension, step by step.
Try, modify, re-submit to the community
We encourage you to submit your own Lumira extensions to help our community grow - and to get recognized for your efforts. Simply let us know by posting a comment right here.
The deal with Open Source: Use at your own Risk
The deal with extensions from SAP employees - No support from SAP, only SAP community support
Some of the extensions are developed by individuals in their spare time that happen to be employed by SAP; we publish these extensions on github.com/sap. None of these are official SAP software and there is no standard SAP support or documentation that comes with them
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