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Doubt in Process chain flow

1.I have one doubt that

my Existing Proces chain flow goes this way....

Two Datasources A & B connected to one infocube C

start -----> Infopackage for DS A --------->Infopackage for DS B ---------> Delete Index for Cube C ---------> Execute DTP for DS A---------> Create Index Cube C --------> Compress Cube C ----------> Delete Index for Cube C ---------> Execute DTP for DS B---------> Create Index Cube C --------> Compress Cube C.

This flow comes in Straight not in branches,

My Suggested flow is

start -----> Infopackage for DS A --------->Infopackage for DS B ---------> Delete Index for Cube C ---------> Execute DTP for DS A---------> Execute DTP for DS B---------> Create Index Cube C --------> Compress Cube C.

Please guide me if i am going wrong.

2. Which comes first? Compression or Creating Index.

3. Existing Data flow from Datasource to cube flows in this way

Datasource -------> Transformation---------> Infosource--------> Transformation----------> Cube

My Suggested flow is

Datasource -------> Transformation----------> Cube

Please suggest me If i am going wrong as it is very important to me.

Thanks in Advance

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    Posted on Jun 13, 2012 at 09:47 AM

    Hi Vijayakumar

    Your suggested flow seems correct.

    This will also reduce the process chain runtime. More efficient.

    Regards

    Murthy

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  • Posted on Jun 13, 2012 at 09:43 AM

    1. new flow seems ok

    2. first create index then compress

    http://www.erphowtos.com/guides-a-tutorials/doc_view/956-how-to-use-process-chains-in-sap-bw.html

    3 .if the infosource is not needed (just 3.x remain) you can omit.

    M.

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  • Posted on Jun 13, 2012 at 09:47 AM

    Hi,

    1.You can go with suggested flow(2nd)

    2. First index and then compression.

    3. Go with .Datasource -------> Transformation----------> Cube.

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  • Posted on Jun 15, 2012 at 05:49 AM

    VIJAYAKUMAR M & Anand Tiragati ..

    are you colleagues or best friends or what?

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