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Hello All ,

what is the purpose of data editor ? Can we use OCC for loading legacy extracted data in ehs and how? also what are the different techniques followed by companies to handle data migration ?

Regards,

Krishna

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    Posted on Jul 02, 2015 at 06:54 PM

    Data Editor is the tool for which will be used to upload the legacy data into SAP EHS (Legacy data need to be in some defined formats).

    Yes, we can use OCC for loading the legacy data into EHS, technically OCC is the new version of Data Editor.

    For more info, check this:

    This will solves your query.

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    • Der Krishna

      please check SAP marketplace. You will find very useful pdf file to understand the options of the new OCC version. Refer to the link i provided. In some of the threads the link (reference to OSS note) to this pdf file is provided

      Shortly: you can use now XML files to do the upload or "EXCEL" like tables structures.

      High level: The OCC can be used to load what you would like to load; Originally the OCC was more or less related to "legacy" upload only; but in theory you can upload e.g. denisity, flashpoint etc.

      C.B:

  • Posted on Jul 02, 2015 at 07:02 PM

    Dear Krishna

    this topic was discussed very often in the last 6 months. Take a look at:Rule Sets / Secondary Data Determination

    Chapter "OCC"

    If you focus on EHS classic: you have only one tool which is normally used to do the job This is the standard EHS import (many consultants do have big issues in using this). If you still have set up specifications you can use the OCC (which is follower of DataEditor) to add data.

    Data migration is a "big term". You might have the need to "import" or to "export" the data. In both cases in EHS Classic the standard options are used.

    In theory (which is as well discussed in some threads). you can use ALE to export and import EHS data. In this case (for import) the approach External system => XI/PI=> SAP ERP might be an option. Never heard about this option. Same is possinble the other way around: SAP ERP => XI/PI => External system

    So therefore the answer to your question: Can we use OCC for loading legacy extracted data in ehs and how?

    Is "yes you can" but the specification must be set up in your system, yet (and this is rarely the case),

    C.B.

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