Smart Data Integration (SDI) – transporting SAP HANA objects

Implementation procedure   The standard implementation procedure usually consists of such steps as development, quality assurance and production go-live. After all the activities performed in the previous blogs, we need to find out how to move all our HANA development objects in further systems according to your transportation schema.

Smart Data Integration (SDI) – scheduling and monitoring

Scheduling  It is very common when system-to-system data replication should occur according to a particular schedule. Scheduled jobs define recurring tasks that run in the background. We will provide a scenario where we automatically run the Flowgraph which was created in the previous blog.

Smart Data Integration (SDI) flowgraph data processing

According to the best practices, flowgraphs have names with prefix FG_ and include runtime behavior and subject area:

Smart Data Integration (SDI) – source data preparation

SDI provides two data replication approaches. We can use them with the SAP HANA Web-based Development Workbench: Replication task (To replicate data from objects in a remote source into SAP HANA tables, you must configure the replication process by creating an .hdbreptask file, which opens a file specific to the Replication Editor.) Flowgraph is aRead More

SAP EIM – Smart Data Integration (SDI) roles and privileges

Granting correct HANA user privileges is one of main tasks in a data integration process creation. It is possible to achieve this with SAP HANA Web-based Development Workbench or with Eclipse:

Smart Data Integration (SDI) initial setup

Standard architecture of Smart Data Integration product consists of three main parts: a) Hana Index Server b) Data Provisioning Server c) Data Provisioning Agent