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S/4HANA Decommissioning Activate

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We are in our migration/conversion to S/4HANA and we are in the process of starting a decommissioning project, when we found the decommissioning is not mandatory, based on Activate and can be done even after migrating to S/4HANA.

Our concern is the impact on the custom code usage. We have been collecting usage for over 2 years and then when we move to S/4HANA, it is unknown if the counters are reset on the usage. I mean, the SID will remain the same, but all this conversion or migration may implicitly touch every single custom code object that has not been touched for years and are already candidates to be decommissioned.

The question is, will the conversion/migration reset the usage counters to 0 to all custom code objects for which we have been colleting usage?


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Question: Would the usage data (the usage counters) be reset to “0” during the migration/conversion to S/4HANA process?

Nothing will be rest to 0 in CCLM due the HANA migration. What ever you do as part of the process, nothing will be triggered in CCLM. What CCLM do, is scanning the system and get a snapshot out of it and reflects it in CCLM.

This is done based on the configuration of the managed system in the Solution Manager system (Based on the managed system SID - it should remain the same).

In general, the usage will be kept in the system and deleted either by the housekeeping (then the aggregation plays a role here to keep the data more but, in less granularity, to reduce the data volume) or by the intention (delete all the usage data for a particular system).

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