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SAP-BW & BW on HANA – course Content

  • Unit-1 – Introduction
  • Types of Source System
  • Difference between OLTP and OLAP System.
  • Overview of Master data and Transaction Data.
  • Unit – II
  • Info-area
  • Info-object catalog
  • Creation of Info-objects
  • Application component
  • Creation of Data-source
  • Creation of Info-package and Execute.
  • Unit – III
  • Master Data Loading and its types
  • Master data attributes
  • Master data Text
  • Master data hierarchy
  • Transformation and its Rules
  • Data Transfer Process and its options
  • Unit – IV
  • Data-store object and its types
  • Standard dso
  • Write-optimized dso
  • Direct-update dso using in APD
  • Selective delection of DSO.
  • Unit-V
  • Introduction of Info-cubes
  • Standard Info-cube
  • Virtual Info-cube – MP and Info-set
  • SPO- Semantically Partition of object
  • Unit-VI
  • Open-Hub Destination
  • Destination as a File ( Local file or Application server
  • Destination as a Data-base table
  • Destination as a Third-party system.
  • Unit-VII
  • Introduction to Business content Extraction
  • Overview of ECC and its Importance
  • Master data extraction (Attributes & Text & Hierarchy)
  • Types of Extraction
  • Standard Extraction
  • Logistics Extraction— Update Modes: direct delta, queued delta, un-serialized v3 delta.
  • Generic Extraction and its types
  • Creation of Tables
  • Creation of Views
  • Discuss about End to End Flow From ECC to BW System.
  • Unit – VIII 
  • Bex—Business Explorer
  • Query Designer
  • Query Analyzer
  • How to create a report.
  • Characteristic properties
  • Calculated key-figures
  • Restricted key-figures
  • Condition
  • Exceptions
  • Selections
  • Filters
  • Free characteristics
  • Structures
  • Variables and its Types
  • Broadcasting the Bex Reports

Unit – IX Bw related ABAP Concepts

  • Basic Abap concepts
  • Types of Data-types
  • Introduction of Internal Table
  • FI-Data-source Enhancement
  • Logistics data-source Enhancement.
  • Routines – Start routine, field-to-field routines and End routine
  • Customer Exits


Introduction to Hana

Architecture of Hana and Hana Information views.

 10.1 ADSO (Advanced Data-store Object)
10.2 Composite Provider

10.3 Transient Provider

10.4 Open-ODS Views

10.5 Consuming HANA Models into SAP BW

Unit – XI Real-Time Issues in Support Project

11.1 Land-scape of Project [End to End Flow]

11.2 How to Monitor the Process chains in Live system.

11.3 How to handle the errors in Process chains.

11.4 How to handle bad data issues.

11.5 How to handle lock issues.

11.6 How to resolve the short-dump Issues.

11.7. Discuss about frequently used T:codes in Support Project

11.8 Discuss about critical Issues in Support Project.

Unit – XII Real-Time Issues in Implementation Project

12.1 Discuss about End to End Flow of Implantation Project

12.2 Discuss about real-time reporting requirement

12.3 Discuss about enhancement concepts

12.4 Introduction to Transports

12.5 Creation of Package and Transport request

12.6 Transporting the objects across land-scape( Theorytically)

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