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This question about ATTP oData $metadata interfaces was destroyed

Oct 12, 2016 at 06:32 PM

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The attached images describe either a missing documentation element or a defect in the ATTP oData interface. This question was destroyed in the migration to the new system, but I was able to pull it from google cache.

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Steffi Warnecke
Oct 12, 2016 at 08:13 PM
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Hello Andrew,

what do you mean "destroyed"? Can't you find it or did you find it and there was something wrong with it.

Question with 0 answers were not migrated on purpose. So if this question had no replies, then that's the reason it wasn't migrated to the new platform.

But this was communicated beforehand.

Regards,

Steffi.

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Former Member Oct 13, 2016 at 05:48 PM
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It was not communicated to me until your response above.

Please provide evidence of my notification and acceptance of said notification, reinstate the question, or escalate this to proper support with a case number and contact.

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Well, using SCN means, that you are part of a community and that means, reading up when news about changes in the community are communicated. So no, there is no case number etc.

But I changed the tag of this question to "Using SAP.com", the tag for content related to this platform (e.g. bug reports and questions or "where did my content go?").

So maybe a team member will hopefully give you a better answer. If that one will be satisfactory for you, we'll see.

Regards,

Steffi.

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Steffi Warnecke

Where was the news that these were going to be deleted outright? It was all "New look coming" - not "your questions will be blindly archived, and in some cases deleted".

This is a community, however SAP does not actually interact or listen - which was the problem with SCN before the "redesign", and the one that is still glaringly unfixed.

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The title of the blog, that included that information, was and is "Action Required: What You Need to Know (and Do) to Prepare for the New SAP Community".

The part relating to your question here is:

"SCN discussions without replies won’t be migrated, so if you have a question still awaiting a response, please save it and enter it as a new question in the SAP community."

Regards,

Steffi.

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Steffi Warnecke

I appreciate the first comment for clarification

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