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3.4 SAP HANA Studio Perspectives

The SAP HANA studio provides an environment for Administration, Modeling and Data Provisioning. There are several predefined User Interface layouts addressing several applications types called Perspectives.

In HANA Studio every HANA system has two main sub-nodes, Catalog and Content.

Modeler perspective:
Provides views and menu options that enable you to define your analytic model, for example, attribute, analytic, and calculation views of SAP HANA data.

SAP HANA Development perspective:
Provides views and menu options that enable you to perform all the tasks relating to application development on SAP HANA XS, for example: to manage application-development projects, display content of application packages, and browse the SAP HANA repository.

The Debug perspective:
Provides views and menu options that help you test your applications, for example: to view the source code, monitor or modify variables, and set break points.

Administration Console perspective:
Provides views that enable you to perform administrative tasks on SAP HANA instances.

Catalog and Content:
In HANA Studio every HANA system has two main sub-nodes, Catalog and Content.

Catalog
The Catalog represents SAP HANA’s data dictionary, i. e. all data structures, tables, and data which can be used.

All the physical tables and views can be found under the Catalog node.

This node contains a list of Schemas which a used to categorize tables according to user defined groupings.

Content
The Content represents the design-time repository which holds all information of data models created with the Modeler.

Physically these models are stored in database tables which are also visible under Catalog.

The Models are organized in Packages. The Contents node just provides a different view on the same physical data.

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