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Info objects in RSA1

Hello experts,

Since i am new to BI but want to learn this technology, and for this i have also got sap BI server in my laptop and i have installed sap ecc 6.0 now i want use the R/3 data.

so my question is how to connect the R/3 with BI server, I have asked to Basis consultant and he has done RFC for this and now he is saying i have to create info objects using tcode RSA1, since i am new to this so i am not getting any idea what is he saying.

if anybody could help me on this, i would be really thankful to him.

Kind Regards

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    Posted on Oct 14, 2010 at 09:09 AM


    I am really not sure why he said you to create Info object . Probably its the check to see if the system is operational ( i guess so ).

    But i can tell you what is an Info object and how you can create one.

    InfoObjects are the smallest information units in BW. They structure the information needed to create data targets.

    Please refer to following link which will provide you all the info you require !! .

    You can create it by going to rsa1 transaction. Then, InfoObjects option under modelling and create the info object.

    Hope it helps!



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      Thnx a lot for your valuable info.

      could you plzz tell me after creating info objects, would it be possible to use R/3 data.

      or i have to do something else for this.

      i mean is there any other way by which both the server would be connected.

      Kind Regards

  • Posted on Oct 14, 2010 at 09:20 AM

    InfoObjects is somethind else.

    To solve your issue, you have to create a source system in BW (t-code RSA1 > tab Source system) and assign your ECC system (SAP source system).

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