I would like to build some dozend views over existing tables with very simple logic: string manipulation, hashing, simple replacements. This all can be done in SQL fairly simple. (no business logic, not even a simple join or subquery is needed) It is just a dozend "create view ... as select ...". To build the statements I need some SQL knowledge, any editor and maybe one day for 100 views.
Alternatively I could build graphical calculation views in HANA studio. This would take some weeks to build as there seems to be no way to automation of this task. This is the same with scripted calculation views as they cannot be generated automatically.
Are there any drawbacks with the straight SQL way?