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How to create extractors in R/3

Hello

My company is implementing Sales Information System on R/3.They have BW 3.5 version.

I installed the business content and technical content by going thru AWB->Business content.

Now I want to load data from R/3 to BW.How do I find if there are extractors in R/3?If there are not there then how do i create extractors?

Thanks

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    Posted on Jun 09, 2005 at 06:51 PM

    Since this is a logistics requirment, going to transaction LBWE in R/3

    Incase those datasources are not suited for your requirement. Go to RSO2 and u can create your own datasources(generic datasources).

    When you said you have installed the bussiness content and the technical content. what all did u install regarding the datasources.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      One question

      It was a fresh BW instal.When i went in AWB i cud see nothing.So i installed the business content.

      How do i know what business content to instal?Any guide on this?

      Now that i have installed business content can i reinstal it or delete the existing business content and load it again going to Admin workbench->Business content

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2005 at 05:56 PM

    Inorder for you to know which Business content you need to install, you'll need to sit with the Business units of your company. Sales department, Inventory Control , HR department, Finance department etc.

    Once you establish who will be benefiting from BW, you then have to sit with them each again and take your old legacy reports and start creating specs. BW is a reporting tool. Not a transactional tool. Your current employer should not leave it up to the BW developers to decide what data will reside within the system. It's normaly decided within the business.

    Regards,

    Steve

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