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ETL for Bank Analyzer 6.0

Hello,

We are doing this new project for Bank Analyzer 6.0, but it´s not clear yet for us how to do the ETL on Bank Analyzer, since every SAP material quotes a different method for doing it.

My question is, for any consultant that already implemented Bank Analyzer, how did you do the ETL from another source system (SAP or not) to Bank Analyzer?

Thanks for your help,

Loraine Sant´Ana

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    Posted on Sep 24, 2009 at 05:48 PM

    Hi,

    The system landscape for the integration of the ETL layer and the Bank Analyzer can look different, because the BA contains a NetWeaver BI instance (Tool BI). The ETL layer can reside on the same instance as the Bank Analyzer.

    In a feasible productive customer scenario, the relevant data volume and the load program determine the infrastructure.

    Normally the ETL layer will reside on a different system. The Data Load Layer is a part of the Bank Analyzer system and runs on this instance. Therefore, the access to the data needs an RFC call.

    Regards

    Phani

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    Posted on Jun 28, 2012 at 05:12 PM

    Hi Loraine,

    You can use the advanced functionalities of SAP BW to develop any ETL functionality in SAP BW.

    SAP BW can handle large volumes of data and has a number of standard datasources that can be used to extract data from source systems.

    It a mater of system architecture if the BW system that will be used will be the tool BW that exist in every Bank Analyzer installation or another BW system, which then has to supply data to the tool BW.

    Regards,

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