BW/4HANA Remote Migration - Golden Nuggets
You’ll know from previous SeaPark blogs that the migration from BW to BW/4HANA is a complex and time-consuming process. Crucially, it requires a certain skill-set to ensure that the migration is successful. It’s generally accepted that the most complex of the BW to BW/4HANA migration types is the Remote migration. This is due to the migration of BW object type structures, request management information along with the underlying data-set. In this regard we strive to bring you
A smooth landing
Successful data gathering, and how that data is leveraged is key to any modern business. Surely it makes sense to ensure the data that is stored is both accurate and can be accessed and understood in a convenient manner? Back in 2013 Target, the US supermarket giant, discovered this first-hand when they attempted to expand their business across the border into Canada. This venture was a painful one. Their ERP system collapsed under the new data; data often being entered by ha
At Last – A Readable BW/4HANA Readiness Check Report!
The migration from BW to BW/4HANA is an extremely complex and lengthy process which impacts a high volume of objects on your existing BW system due to the issue of several BW object types (Infocubes, DSO’s, Multiproviders) not supported on the BW/4HANA solution. In the past, SAP provide a check program (RS_B4HANA_CONVERSION_CONTROL) that was triggered via the BW/4 Transfer Cockpit (RSB4HCONV). The output of this check program was very unstructured, had no clear sequence of th