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Does _SYS_REPO.ACTIVE_OBJECT still valid when done using WebIDE/HDI container?

In the Classic method of modelling the calculation views(CV) using the HANA Studio and Activating them, the view metadata along with the Active status was found in the _SYS_REPO.Active_Object table/view as soon as the CV was activated. Now that in the new HDI container method, where the view is created using the WebIDE and the calculation views gets created under the HDI container schema (and becomes the CV owner), is the _SYS_REPO.Active_Object view still relevant? Would it still contain the calculation views metadata?

I did create the container schema but yet to sort out access to the _SYS_REPO schema (which I have seen several blogs), to figure out an answer. Can any one please help?

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    Posted on Sep 10, 2018 at 12:56 PM

    The design time artifacts are no longer stored in HANA. They are managed in an external Git repository.

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  • Posted on Sep 10, 2018 at 10:33 AM

    No, in an HDI scenario the mentioned objects are not relevant anymore.

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  • Posted on Sep 10, 2018 at 11:22 AM

    Thanks Florian...in addition to the providing basic status(Active/Inactive) for Calculation views, the classic scenario also provided design-metadata of the calculation view in the form of xml such as its columns etc. In the HDI scenario, where would such design time metadata of CVs come from? Are the code behind say X.hdbcalculationview is available for access somewhere?

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