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Error on saving migrated report in CR4Ent

HI Experts,

Firstly, I am not sure whether this feature is yet available in the tool; however, I faced no issues while migration, only while saving.

Requirement:

Retain ID and CUID the CR2011 reports developed on Oracle OCI connections while migrating them on relational connection (within BI4 repository).

Process:

Open CR4Ent

Login to BI4

Open CR2011 report

Set data source location

Review mapping

Run the report

Save the report to overwrite original report

Error:

So basically the question is:

Can we overwrite a CR2011/2013 report within BI4.x with CR4Ent report?

If yes, please suggest the workflow

If no, how to suffice the requirement above.

Regards,

Prakhar T

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  • Posted on May 16, 2014 at 10:03 AM

    1.No.

    2.NA

    3.manually remove/delete the CR 2011 format CR reports from the repository folders,

    once it is made sure that they are not required by an BO user.

    Prathamesh

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    • IDs will not be retained as the format of the report is changing. With the introduction of CR4Ent, the developer team at SAP has provided an upgrade / migration option so that the existing CR reports(created using the desktop version of the tool) could benefit from the features & enhancements that the CR4Ent tool will receive in the future.

      They have parallely maintained the desktop version of the tool clearly helping the customer-base maintain their existing set of reports while slowly transitioning to the new version of the tool for future development. I believe, thats how a change is slowly introduced and they have a clear roadmap about how to go about it.

      Prathamesh

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