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Best practice for sharing datasets that are published to HANA from Lumira Desktop?

Apr 06, 2017 at 11:52 PM

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Lumira Desktop 1.31 supports publishing a dataset to HANA. After doing that, it's not clear what the options/best practices are for sharing these datasets. Does the user need to use HANA Studio to grant privileges to others, or is there a better recommendation? Perhaps a configuration that allows users to publish into pre-created / shared packages?

If there's no convenient way to do it, this seems to be a gap left in the product suite after removing LS4HANA.

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Tuncay Karaca Apr 10, 2017 at 06:09 PM
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Hi Charles,

We use just SAP Lumira, Server for BI Platform which means without HANA. We can able to save/publish Lumira documents to BI Platform and view/edit on BI Platform. For security/user rights management it seems we can able to use regular BI Platform user group/user security settings, so we can setup correct rights (view, edit, refresh, etc) on the folder or Lumira document. I don't know about datasets on HANA but it sounds you can do same for datasets.

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Ludek Uher
Apr 10, 2017 at 06:40 PM
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Once the data is published to HANA, it's up to the HANA admin to grant rights, etc., to that dataset. I belive not even the publisher of the dataset will have any rights to it by default.

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