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Hi All,

Can anyone please explain ,do we use SMT Mapping for flex mode? If no then why it is not used?s,



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  • Posted on Sep 30, 2014 at 06:12 AM

    Hi Swati,

    as far as I understand the concept the SMT mapping is not needed in flex mode. It is used for the mapping between staging and primary persistence. Eg. for the standard entities of model BP the SMT mapping is called in the handler class in if_mdg_bs_bp_access_handler~map_data_2api and if_mdg_bs_bp_access_handler~map_data_2sta.

    In flex mode both productive and staging data is stored in the same tables which are generated based on the data model. It is differenciated by the active flag. As the data is stored in the same tables no mapping is needed.

    Best regards,


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