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Compatibility of ECC 5.0 to BI 7.0 and replication issues

Hi BW Gurus,

Implementing BW project in the BI 7.0 and the source system is ECC 5.0. We need to extract data from ECC 5.0 to BI 7.0.

Is it supports good compatabiility with ECC 5.0 to BI 7.0?

During extraction can we replicate the R3 datasources as the 7.0 data sources or we dont have the option of 7.0?

or still we have to use the 3.x functionality for R3 datasources

Regards,

Shahid

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2008 at 06:30 AM

    Ofcourse, it is possible to deploy Netweaver 7.0 compts to communicate with ECC 5.0.

    You can replicate the datasources into newer version during replication or use TCode RSDS to Migrate and Recover.

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2008 at 08:37 PM

    when you replicate the datasource it will ask for the option while replicating whether you want 3.x or new and u can select he desired one u need.

    Ya and it is compatible.

    this should work.

    let me know if you still have any issues acheiveing it.

    regards

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