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  • SAP First Guidance SAP NetWever BW 7.30

    SAP HANA Appliance

    Applicable Releases:

    SAP BW 7.30*powered by SAP HANA

    This First Guidance Document is the beginning of a series of documents that should help to better understand the various concepts of SAP BW powered by SAP HANA. The documents are still work in progress, so these guides are not intended to be exhaustive so far, and might never be. The purpose of these documents is to deliver additional information besides SAP Help and Blogs to get a better understanding of the concepts of SAP BW on HANA.

    For more information or feedback please contact: Stefan.Hoffmann@sap.com.

    Version 1.6

    November 2013

    SAP First Guidance SAP Netweaver BW 7.30 on HANA Inventory InfoCubes

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  • Document History

    Document Version Description

    1.00 First draft of this guide

    1.10 Removed Internal Only

    1.20 Removed reference to note 584158

    1.30 Added guideline for migration and conversion (notes 1766577,

    1780575)

    1.31 Changed description of picture 22

    1.5 Reworked section extraction from ECC

    1.6 Added in section extraction

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  • First Guidance SAP BW 7.30 on HANA Inventory InfoCubes

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    Table of Contents

    1. Introduction .......................................................................................................................... 2

    2. Scenario ................................................................................................................................ 2

    2.1 Data model Inventory InfoCube ...................................................................................... 3

    2.2 Transformation ................................................................................................................. 3

    2.3 Source table and extractor .............................................................................................. 4

    2.4 Database structures and their initial views ................................................................... 5

    3. Data Staging..........................................................................................................................