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Extract Data From SAP ISU

Hi everyone,

Please any body help me on this issue we want to move our SAP ISU data to oracle through ETL tool.

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  • Posted on Sep 09, 2013 at 01:30 PM

    Hi Adeel,

    How to move bw data to oracle no idea.

    Theu ETL concept we can load ISU Data into bw side. once you got bw side you can move to oracle(if possible).

    ISU have standard data sources.

    1. check the business content at ECC side Tx - RSA5. find which one suits your requirement.

    2. once you got it, then activate data source from Tx - RSA5 and test at Tx - RSA3.

    3. Once you receive data at RSA3,

    4. You can replicate data source into bw side, activate it.

    5. Install business content info cube/dso

    6. use business content transformations/info pack/dtp and make them active.

    7. once requied data flow design was over, try to load upto PSA by suing info pack.

    8. thru dtp move data from psa to cube/dso.

    Pls go thru below link: might be helpful

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_sm40/helpdata/EN/ef/fa503362664f3289ac4282a6a88971/content.htm

    Thanks

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  • Posted on Sep 09, 2013 at 01:47 PM

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  • Posted on Sep 09, 2013 at 02:19 PM

    Hi

    If you plan to extract ECC to oracle via an ETL tool and you don't use SAP BW then you need to go through the basis tables of IS-U in ECC directly.

    hope that clarifies

    Martin

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