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Comparing Business Content (D) with Active Content (A)

Hi, I am planning on installing some business content and notice that 0COMP_CODE is automatically marked for install and match.

How can I compare what I have in Active against the new business content to see what is different? Please don't tell me this is not possible... 😉

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2010 at 08:03 PM

    RSD1 - enter 0COMP_CODE and cilck on Version comparison (display differences and also display all properties) try to spend some time and understand the differences!

    Have you seen this / http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/80/1a66d5e07211d2acb80000e829fbfe/frameset.htm

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    • Former Member Kenneth Murray

      Hi @ all,

      i'm lookin for a way to compare my active BW structures with the existing content which is installed with SP or release update... I even want to see differences in startroutines or changes in transfer rules.

      In my scenario, we used the DataSource 0UCCONTRACT_ATTR and the transfer rule from content.

      The DataSource and the transfer rule were activated from content in 2003. In 2004, SAP published OSS note (713358) to correct inconsistent data.

      But the new code wasn't activated, because we have many custom computations in the transfer rules.

      Do you know any way to figure out those differences?

      In SAP help, i found the transaction RSBICA (BI content analyzer). Is this the right tool?

      Regards,

      Philipp

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