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Guidance needed- SDS Report Migration from Legacy, Emergency Data Sheet (TREM Card) in SAP EHS

Hi All,

Would like your guidance/Pointers on the following Topics:

  • Approach For Migration of SDS Reports from Legacy System to SAP EHS Report Management
    1. We have a Legacy system to generate the SDS and are stored in SharePoint folder. we would like to migrate these SDS documents to the corresponding Specifications in SAP EHS as an One time activity.
    2. After completion of the migration, User would be Using SAP EHS to generate the Further Versions of the SDS.

  • There is need to have Emergency Data Sheet (EDS) in EHS some countries-
    1. Any points if there are standard Report templates provided by SAP for this as part of SERC ?
    2. Any reading materials on EDS for Brazil ?


Thank you in advance for your inputs.


Regards,


Gaurish Dessai


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  • Mar 03, 2016 at 03:09 PM

    Hi Gaurish,

    To achieve you requirement you have to do LSMW by which you can get & Specification Header data, After that you have to import property tree (if you buy content from SERC).

    We can import phrases also....

    After completion we can change the version in generation variant and template.

    1. Any points if there are standard Report templates provided by SAP for this as part of SERC ?

    Yes, SAP will provide its based on which property tree your going to be use sap will give template for standard PT which can cover all regulations.

    1. Any reading materials on EDS for Brazil ?

    What is EDS (Emergency Data Sheet )? Is it Electronic or Emergency?


    i think this helped on your query


    Thanks

    Satya

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      Hi Satyanarayana,

      Sorry, but you misread my question.

      We already have specifications, property tree and the specification data in the EHS. now we have to migrate SDS document files which are stored in a legacy system into EHS for the related specifications.

      SAP SERC package doesn't include Template for Emergency data sheet - it only includes for SDS.

      Regards,

      Gaurish Dessai

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    Mar 03, 2016 at 04:03 PM

    Hello Gaurish,

    1. We have a Legacy system to generate the SDS and are stored in SharePoint folder. we would like to migrate these SDS documents to the corresponding Specifications in SAP EHS as an One time activity

    There is a SAP Standard Report available to Import reports into SAP EHS.

    You need to create so called key-files with meta Information (SUBID, Gnerationvariant; MSDS-Language, MSDS-Version etc. + a link to the actaul PDF File).

    If you want to use the automated SDS Shipment from the SAP Sales and Distribution modules (Delivery / Order creation):

    You need to customize (+ custom development) the report shipment process.

    It get's quite a bit tricky to send legacy and SAP EHS generated SDS at the same time - which I assume you would want to do.

    There is need to have Emergency Data Sheet (EDS) in EHS some countries-
    1. Any points if there are standard Report templates provided by SAP for this as part of SERC ?
    2. Any reading materials on EDS for Brazil ?

    SERC only provides SDS / eSDS (extended SDS for the EU) - but no EDS to my knowledge.

    I'm not aware of 'EDS'.

    Is this something similar to TREMCards?

    Kind Regards

    Mark

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      Hello Gaurish,

      But one question remains, how do I generate the .KEY File?

      You can use what ever tool you like to generate the key file - SAP doesn't provide a tool for that.

      Since your files and meta data are on a share point side it should be fairly easy to get the meta data into an excel file.

      -> I would recommend writing an Excel macro to generate the key files.

      Kind Regards

      Mark

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