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Compression, Index and Rollup of Cube after HANA migration

pavneet_rana
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Hi to all,

I just want to know do we required bellow steps after SAP BW on HANA migration from MSSQL database.

1. Compression of Cube

2. Cube Index Deletion and Creation.

3. Aggregated and Rollup steps of Aggregates at Cube.

4. BWA of CUBE.

Can we get PDF or Doc which can explain , does we required or not these 4 steps after SAP BW on HANA migration.

And thus change our process chain according to it.

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Hi,

Please find my answer below:

1. Compression of Cube => Still needed in SAP BW on HANA

2. Cube Index Deletion and Creation. => OBSOLETE no longer needed in SAP BW on HANA

3. Aggregated and Rollup steps of Aggregates at Cube. => OBSOLETE no longer needed in SAP BW on HANA

4. BWA of CUBE. => OBSOLETE no longer needed in SAP BW on HANA

Please check this link.

Rgds,

René

pavneet_rana
Active Participant
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Thanks for reply,

Also what about these 2 points below.

1. Cube Logical Partition

2. Data Archiving of DSO CUBE


3. 3X Flow, do we required to move to 7x or still can support 3x flow

4. Effect on APD

5. Effect on OHD

Note: We are just moving HANA database , but we are not moving any BI Object , it will remain same.

Can we get Any Compete PDF/DOC or Url which can explain what steps or Objects of BI will get effected or don't required after  BW on HANA migration from other database ?

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Hi,

Cube Logical Partitioning and Data Archiving of DSO and CUBE are part of your data management strategy (Information Lifecycle Management). It remains the same in SAP BW on HANA.

In general there are no changes for APD's and Open Hub Destination (OHD) in SAP BW on HANA.

I do recommend however to convert InfoProviders to SAP HANA-optimized version.

Please check this link.

Furthermore I would use the HANA migration Cockpit (see SAP Note 1909597)

Also check the documents attached to SAP Note 1729988.

Hope it helps.

Rgds,

René