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What is the difference between transfer rule and update rules in sap bi?

means there also rfc and here also rfc conditions are present

how data manipulation occurs in transfer rule?

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Edited by: kishan P on Jan 16, 2012 12:25 PM

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  • Posted on Jan 13, 2012 at 06:19 PM

    Hi

    Plz refer the below link

    transfer rules and update rules

    Difference between Update rules and Transformations

    Thanx & Regareds,

    RaviChandra

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    Posted on Jan 13, 2012 at 07:29 PM

    Hello Nihar,

    First of all i should tell Transfer rule and update rule is a concept of SAP BW 3.x

    so in 3.x our dataflow is as below mentioned .

    Source --> datasource --> Infosource --> Data Target(ODS or CUBE).

    In a simple ways:

    1. Transfer rules is simply defined or applied when we map the fields of datasource to the fields of Infosource.

    2.Update rules is applied or used when we map the fields(or infoobjects) of infosource to the subsequent data target.(ODS/CUBE/ INFOOBJECT)

    Both the rules is used only to map fileds with some specific advantage of transform properties of infoobjects.

    Note : But in BI 7.0 onwards we dont have these concepts of tranfer rules and update rules.

    We have only transformations.

    Regards,

    Sidhartha Satapathy

    Edited by: SIDHARTHA SATAPATHY on Jan 13, 2012 8:29 PM

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2012 at 05:43 AM

    Please see this...

    IT will help you out

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