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SAP LT 2.0 && SLT Replication in HANA : query

Hello LT experts,

I am sure that we could use SAP SLT Replication (Data provisioning method) using HANA with source system as SAP or Non SAP SYSTEMS.

Please advise if the same works with SAP LT.20 for system landscape transformation project.I mean source for SAP LT2.0 would be Non-sap and target ofcourse would be SAP (which could be consolidation of many existing SAP productive systems).

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  • Posted on May 09, 2014 at 05:42 AM

    Hi Shishupal,

    If I understand correctly, you are looking for difference between SLT in HANA and SAP Landscape Transformation 2.o(SLT again ). Both these two tools are from same framework. But SLT in HANA is used as a replication tool, whereas, as you said we use HANA as a secondary database and the source is may be SAP or NON SAP. In case of SLT 2.0, this tool is used in during company marge, merging company code, merge profit area (used basically when two company merge scenario etc). May be you already know that for SLT in HANA requires DMIS addon in 7.02 netweaver systems like wise for SLT 2.0 DMIS is required for SLT 2.0 ad additionally one more addon component SHC_CONT is required. So we have two things

    SLT replication tool

    SLT 1.0 or 2.0



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