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How to change SLT system without reloading tables on Hana

Apr 11 at 08:01 AM

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Dears,

I have an SLT system, we can call it SLA , ver DMIS 2011_1_731 pl 13 used to Replicate tables from an ECC source systems into an Hana Database using a specific Configuration X.

Now for infrastructure matters I have to move this Configuration X to another SLT , called SLB, alligned to the same DMIS version.

SLB is already in use to Replicate tables from different ECC systems to other Hana databases, so in tx LTRC already exist Configurations.

As the tables Replicated via SLA are used on Hana for productive purposes, I would like to avoid to Stop the Replication on SLA for these tables and begin it again on SLB, redoing the whole Initial Load.

During this time I would have lack of services in Production.

I need to clarify if there is a way to copy or transfer the ltrc's Configuration X from SLA to SLB without to redo the Initial Load.

Best regards

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Lingarajkumar Nadagoudara Apr 11 at 09:01 AM
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Dear Roberto

Unfortunately it is not possible to copy or transfer the ltrc's Configuration X from SLA to SLB without to redo the Initial Load as there is a dependency on the structure mapping and write modules. Also when you create a new config in SLB, please try to check the logging table sequence and ensure that it does not conflict with existing read modules in the source system.

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