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SAP DQM - Reset Substitution Parameters

Hi dear Experts

One of our Customers accidently deleted all his Substitution Parameters in his SAP DQM System.

I would like to reset the Parameters to the original state without reinstalling his whole System.

Does anyone know if this is possible?

Or is there a list with the original prameters so we can enter them by Hand?

Or if someone could post a screenshot or an Export of his Parameters that would be absolutely awesome!

Best Regards,


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    Posted on Apr 28, 2016 at 08:28 PM

    I'm going to answer this with the fact that there is no product called "DQM". There is a Data Service License for Data Quality Management Premium that enables the Data Quality transforms inside of Data Services. And there is Data Quality Management for SAP. What is default substitution parameters is very different.

    If you have a different repository that has been configured, test, qa, prod, you can export the substitution parameters from that repository and then import them to the repository where they are missing. This is going to be the fastest way to get the correct substitution parameters back in place.

    If you are talking DQM for SAP, you will have an Integration folder on the box where you installed the Data Quality Management Component. This will have the .atl files that the installer will run to configure your Data Services environment. I believe the only one you would need to import is the "step 4", but this is likely only the ones added by DQM for SAP.

    If you are referring to the data quality transforms in Data Services, you can import the substitution_configuration.atl file in the admin\repo directory. You should only have to do the base,

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