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SLT - Transformations requires Join tables

Hi team,

We have required to Join tables during transformation of data in SLT , either in event based rule or parameter based rule.

As per SLT, it helps to extend fields and put some logic for the field to populate in the target structure in HANA.

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subra

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    Posted on Apr 05, 2013 at 08:09 PM

    Hi SUbra,

    I am not sure about those rules.

    Normally either of the following things can be tried: Bring the SAP Tables using SLT as it is ..in SAP HANA and then create view as per your need & logic, create procedures , etc

    Other way, if there is option of using this powerful SAP BODS in your project, it is recommended to use this.

    You can create any kind of transformation there and bring the data in whatever format/structure you want in your target structure.

    Thanks & Regards,

    Shyam Alok

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  • Posted on May 30, 2013 at 02:21 PM

    Hi Subra,

    I suggest you to load tables with out any joins. Once the data comes o HANA then you can do modeling, that's what it is meant for.

    Regards

    Raj

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