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Implementing Process Chains - question

I attended a BW SIG Meeting a while back and one of the topics discussed was process chains. One of the delegates who had implemented process chains at his company mentioned that they had a lot of problems implementing it and had to add a number of patches to get them working correctly in the end.

I was wondering whether anyone else had similar experiences or otherwise when implementing process chains.

Thanks.

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    Posted on Apr 21, 2004 at 01:06 PM

    Yes, <u>early on</u> in BW 3.0A and within the first few patchs of BW 3.0B there were a <u>LOT</u> of problems.

    However, as of <u>BW 3.0B Patch 15</u>, its very stable and works very well.

    The only limitation is the number of objects you can reasonable have in a process chain and have it workable. Any more then 30 (depending on your system) and it gets hard to work with the process chain, but that is easily overcome by grouping our your larger process chains into smaller meta chains. I believe this issue w/ the number of objects is more a limitation/short coming of using Java in the GUI.

    - Stephen

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    Posted on May 06, 2004 at 11:26 AM

    I used Process Chain with SAP BW 3.1.

    I haven't any specific problem, the process chain work correctly.

    The system is monthly upgraded with last patch-level.

    Fabio

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