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Demo InfoCubes

Are there any demo InfoCubes that I can activate and load data. On a brand new installation of the ECC side that has not yet data, can the demo Cubes retrieve data from the ECC side. Does SAP provide data from the ECC side for demos wihtout waiting for the system to be configured and has transaction data?

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2008 at 04:35 PM


    The BI Content provides several demo cubes, like:

    0D_COPA (SAP CO-PA Demo)

    0D_DECU (SAP DemoCube)

    0D_DX_C01 (Demo Scenario DalSegno Company Sales Data)

    0D_DX_C02 (SAP Demo Scenario DalSegno Company Lost Deals)

    0D_DX_C03 (SAP Demo: DalSegno Company Plan Data Scenario)

    0D_FI_C01 (SAP Demo FIAP: Transaction Data)

    0D_FI_C02 (SAP Demo FIAR: Transaction Data)

    0D_IB_01 (SAP Demo Installed Base - Sales)

    0D_IB_02 (SAP Demo Installed Base - Licenses)

    0D_PP_C01 (Planned/Actual Comparison Order/Material View)

    0D_PU_C01 (Purchasing Data)

    0D_SD_C03 (SAP Demo Sales and Distribution: Overview)

    The SAP Best Practices Demo & Evaluation page refers to the following scenarios :

    Sales Analysis (Sales Overview)

    Purchasing Analysis

    Manufacturing Analysis (Capacity Load Utilization)

    The corresponding files are stored on the CD SAP Best Practices for Business Intelligence and would load the following InfoCubes (which are not Demo Content InfoCubes!):




    Hope this helps


    CSM Reddy

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      So are the data files to be loaded using flat file approach? Are the files on the CD and where can I get the CD? Is there a website where I can retrieve the data for these demo cubes?


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