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How to load data from a SAP Business Suite source system to a SAP HANA system to perform analysis?

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I want to know that How can we load data from a SAP Business Suite source system to a SAP HANA system to perform analysis. Can we use BODS and SLT replication server for that?

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2013 at 04:59 PM

    You have already answer your own question:-) .Yes you can either use SAP BODS or SLT (depending on what your requirement is) to load data SAP HANA - if you are running a seperate SAP HANA,

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 12:18 AM

    Actually both these methods are not the best as they require separate hardware and software. Try the Direct Extractor Connection (DXC). It uses BW datasources (From standalone BW system or ECC embedded system) to replicated data into HANA.

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  • Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 06:46 PM

    Rajat,

    ideally you would migrate the SAP Business Suite system to the SAP HANA database, so you can perform operational analysis directly on the source, and/or you would run BW on HANA on your SAP HANA system to use the native SAP BW extractors.

    For different techniques to extract data from a Suite on a traditional RDBMS to a SAP HANA system, please see this link for an overview: Data Provisioning for the SAP HANA Real Time Data platform

    thank you

    erich

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