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Value Mapping Replication for Mass Data - tables are on external Oracle db

Hi Guys,

Looking into the Value mapping with mass data replication , looks like a powerful tool to resolve some integration challenges.

One of my Data sources is an external Oracle data base.

As in SAP documentation only SAP database solutions are mentioned (based on JAVA\ABAP PROXY)

I was wondering whether this scenario can be performed using the JDBC Adapter to replicate the data to XI. 😭

Is it a good practice?

Does the Mass data replication process can be used for A2A scenarios or B2B (Agency) scenarios as well.

Points will be awarded of course.

Cheers.

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    Posted on Jul 09, 2012 at 08:43 AM

    Hi,

    >>>Looking into the Value mapping with mass data replication , looks like a powerful tool to resolve some integration challenges.

    only for small numer of records (as per SAP best practice)

    >>>I was wondering whether this scenario can be performed using the JDBC Adapter to replicate the data to XI.

    yes - JDBC to get the data and proxy to populate

    >>>Does the Mass data replication process can be used for A2A scenarios or B2B (Agency) scenarios as well.

    both

    question:

    why not use JDBC graphical lookup ? easy, simple, scalable (as DB) and ready for large number of records

    BTW

    for value mapping limitations have a look at many sdn blogs,

    Regards,

    Michal Krawczyk

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