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Hana Smart Data Integration - ECC tables Migration to HANA

Dear Experts,

We are In a process of implementing SDI in our Hana Landscape for ECC tables Migration to Hana Studio.

Our ECC DB is MSSQL Server 2012, requesting your guidance to use which type of Adapter in this scenario.

Early response will be highly appreciated.



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  • Posted on Apr 15, 2016 at 09:14 PM

    Hello Manikanta,

    I think your a qualified answer you have to describe what you wanna do. Do you wanna replicate data from an ECC system using MSSQL to a HANA DB or you do wanna replace your MSSQL DB by a HANA DB for your ECC system?



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    • Hi Florien,

      I would like to transfer ECC Data (tables) to HCP.

      ECC is going to stay as it is and transfer should be set up real time/delta.

      It should be SLT type transfer to HCP.

      What is your recommendation?

      Its there a guide available?

      What components would be needed.

      I need to know this ASAP and any help would be highly appreciable.



  • Posted on Apr 17, 2016 at 08:15 PM
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    • That's actually outside my comfort zone. I assume yes, using Hana Cloud Connector you can make HCP and your onpremise ERP system appear as if they are on the same network and then it would be a normal SLT case. Please validate my statements. With SDI cloud and onprem connectivity is the same, you just switch the protocol from TCP to http.

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