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Hi,

VERSION bw 740 sP11. HANA Sp9

I would like to understand how the infoobject gets data from?( any infoobject starts with /erp/ ) without transformation connecting to datasource ,

I could view data in the system.

most of them have sid/t/h/ as /b361. (what s this /b361)

Thanks in advance for detail explanation

Ben

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2016 at 08:12 AM

    Hi Ben,

    As sumit suggested , there are other sources of master data for infoobjects like the one coming from HANA view . The HANA views are inturn created on database tables which will contain the master data. So when ever you perform some operation , the corresponding HANA view is executed and the results are fetched from the DB tables based on the conditions or filters specified.

    Regards

    Tharun.

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    Posted on Jul 09, 2016 at 04:43 AM

    HI Experts

    Any expert opinion on my query

    Ben

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    • Hi Ben,

      /ERP/* InfoObjects are virtual InfoObjects based on HANA calculation views. The view that the InfoObject is mapped to can be checked in Master Data/Texts tab. Following screenshot shows the definition of /ERP/INDUSTRY

      You can check the corresponding view in the HANA studio in the content section of HANA modeler.

      Cheers!

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