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Copy data between 2 cubes

Gurus, Long time groups. Gosh, more than a month, finally got some time.

Anyways had a quick question, thought if anybody has a simpler method to do what i need.

I have a couple of cubes in the BW Prod which have actual and plan data. Is there a simple way to copy only those cubes to BW Dev. I am sure i can get the data thru InfoSpokes. Any suggestions in and around would be rewarded. Thanx.

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2005 at 07:47 AM

    Hi Pradeep,

    You could also get the data by using the Export datasource option, where in you create a datasource from the Production InfoCube and use it as a source to feed data into Development cube.

    You would need to map the production as a source system for Development.

    Using this option you could feed data in future also.......but it would definitely have some impact on production performance which I believe you should consider while evaluating this option.

    Hope it helps.

    Cheers

    Anurag

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      Thanx for the suggestion, atleast this could be a last resort if there's no other way out. But i was considering by InfoSpokes which would be a little easier way, but still undder review. Any other suggestions would be helpful. Thanx.

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    Posted on Oct 11, 2005 at 11:26 PM

    Hi

    This Q has benn floating every now and then.

    look at:

    transporting-queries

    Reg's

    Edan

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      I checked all the threads you posted. I guess you got me wrong on this. I am not checking for a Transport mechanism for queries or structures but to actually copy data from one BW system to the other.

      Thanx

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