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Want to connect MSDGen tool legacy data to SAP EHS (Master data upload)

Hi ,

I just want to upload the complete data from MSDGen tool legacy data to SAP EHS (Master data upload).

MSDGen Tool having connection with ADM(Ariel already)

following things i'm going to do,

Division of substances REAL,PURE & LIST .

Upload phrase libraries & phrases

Templates upload.

Here to upload the data or connect the legacy system what are the possible ways i checked with OCC.

i was downloaded that from market place.. what are the next things to do can i download it into local PC ? how is will be used in group cause im new to SAP OCC

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    Feb 27, 2017 at 08:23 PM

    Dear Satya

    in one of the many threads on OCC an OSS note is mentioned (check teh blog please). There you will find a quite good document. Not explaining the details (Same as with WWI9 but this is teh best you can get by SAP:

    C.B.

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  • Mar 05, 2017 at 03:31 PM

    Dear Satya

    I can not "catch" your topic (why is OCC/DataEditor/Expert etc.) is so confusing

    To make ist simple:; forget about DataEditor

    If needed use OCC (for upload of data)

    Expert Server: Topic should be clear if you have read online help and checked SAP customizing. Expert Server is needed to execute "Expert" based rule sets.

    Expert Server is installed on "external" hardwares. OCC is installe din most cases locally. For "Expert" part. based on (I believe Enh Pack5) you can now do better "sizing" (performance increased etc.)

    So like WWI; you need to install additional software on some e.g. "Windows" based hardware (check SAP markeplace for details

    C.B.

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  • Feb 24, 2017 at 10:36 AM
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    Hi CB,

    Can you please tell me the what is standard Import & if want to import real_sub & assign them as components in specification what is the best way ??

    Thanks

    Satya

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  • Feb 22, 2017 at 08:42 PM

    Hello

    your question and explanation and yoru "doubts" are not clear. If you use 3E content you will not use OCC for upload. But there are lot of threads discussing OCC.

    May be just check: https://blogs.sap.com/2014/11/13/rule-sets-secondary-data-determination/

    PLease explain what you are really looking for

    CX.B.

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  • Feb 23, 2017 at 07:35 AM

    Hi CB,

    I just want to upload some materials as specification in CG02 because i will get the composition in BOM.

    i just want to upload through OCC only the vendor materials and composition ...

    For others existing in 3E i will run secondary data determination through user exits.

    OCC is the best option to upload ?

    Thanks

    Satya

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  • Feb 23, 2017 at 07:30 PM

    Dear Satya

    with OCC you can not create the REAL_SUB. BUt if REAL_SUB exists you can use OCC for the topics you look at. PLease check the discussions (just check the blog). In any case: standard EHS import is as well an option

    C.B.

    PS: Dear Satya: based on feedback of Mark in some thread: you can create new spec with OCC as well

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  • Feb 27, 2017 at 02:57 PM

    Hi Mark,

    Could you please create some document on OCC, which will be helpful for folks .... about how to upload the data into property tree.

    It's very much confusing between Data editor Tool & OCC(New version & old version), Expert server.

    Thanks

    Satya

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    • Hi Satya,

      If you read the documentation Mark posted you will know about the technical aspects and you can start migrating a small amount of properties for a small amount of specifications. That in turn will give you the ecperience to turn to more complicated things like reference structures or DG data. But as Mark rightly pointed out, you will not learn data migration in a day.

      Ralph