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How to create a View or Model not in schema _SYS_BIC

Hi Mates,

We are trying to make and extraction in a Hana Database with HCI Data Services.

We are having an issue to access to the _SYS_BIC model (HCI DS issue - already working with SAP support).

We have access to another Schemas.

So as a workaround we want to be able to create the view in another schema (not in _SYS_BIC).

As far as we know, while we work with Hana Modeler all the views are created in _SYS_BIC.

Is there a way to create a view in a different schema with Hana Modeler?

Thanks,

R.O.

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  • Posted on Aug 11, 2016 at 03:23 PM

    Roberto,

    you should create the calculation views within the HANA Developer perspective - after creating a local workspace (under Repositories tab) and then creating a project, sharing it to the repository and creating your models in the project explorer --- you will be able to create your views by dragging and dropping your table/views into the graphical editor..

    hope this is what you are looking for

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    Posted on Aug 16, 2016 at 08:10 PM

    Finally I was able to import views from the _SYS_BIC schema in HCI DS and create the datastore.

    I wasn't able to open the schema "folder", but I imported the views by name.

    Even if the only option to select are Table Types, I was able to import views using special caracter "%".

    Thanks for the help.

    R.O.

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      Roberto,


      So our answers were helpfull since you can't create a view in the schema but you can move them to another schema.

      But it would surprise me if you were indeed able to switch the view to another schema ...

      Please grant points, if found applicable so thread is closed.

      Jonathan B.

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