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Regarding Real time data access in HANA using ODP

Hello Team,

This is just for your information that we are in SAP BW on HANA SP13.

I have a question I have 3 to 4 tables which are replicated in BW using SLT.I have a requirement where I have to dump the data into the DSO.

My approach was to have an 3 to 4 different Real time data source having Real time data acquisition supported and the adapter is : Extraction from SAP system by Operation data provisining. We will have one DSO which will get the data from the real time data sources and we will have the logic in the transformation.

This data in the DSO is used by the BAPI to send the data to portal.

The overall requirement should be real time please suggest if any one if having any different approach or else please correct me if my approach is wrong.

One my worry is we will pile up the number of request id's in the DSO while it gets loaded from the DSO.So I am wanted to check is there any way to handle these piled up request id's.

Please suggest if any one is having any different approach.



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    Posted on Dec 12, 2016 at 12:02 PM

    Dear Team,

    Any clue or process on this.



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