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Data Load Performance Live Event

SDN is proud to co-host the next SAP BW RIG Know-How Network Conference Call as a live event. This thread is available for you to start a discussion around this week's topic:

Data Load Performance.

The thread will stay open during and after the event for you to ask questions and share your thoughts and experiences.

The Know-How Network conference calls help educate SAP consultants, partners and customer project team members about SAP BW issues. The format includes a short presentation (25-30) minutes, followed by a 30-minute question and answer session.

Event information:

Topic: Data Load Performance

Presenter is Ron Silberstein from the US BW RIG.

US call (toll-free): 1-877 260 8900

International call: 1 612 338 1917

Passcode: SDN

P.S. A powerpoint presentation will be available shortly and we will post the link to it here too.

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  • Posted on Nov 11, 2003 at 03:04 PM

    You can find a link to this presentation in the Business Information Warehouse developer area, as part of the extended event information.

    Feel free to download it and post here any questions you might have.

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  • Posted on Nov 13, 2003 at 02:54 PM

    Ron's ASUG presentation is now available for viewing. If you missed today's event, you can still learn about this topic in the ASUG BITI forum page at: .

    The session is called: "SAP BW Data Load Performance Analysis and Tuning"

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