Development Class

BW objects are created as local objects and are saved in the development class $TMP. A development class is a group of objects that are logically related – that is, objects that must be developed, maintained, and transported together.

$TMP is a temporary local development class. Objects in $TMP cannot be transported into other systems. The names of development classes that we create must begin with "Y" or "Z".

In this section, we will create a transportable development class. In the next section, we will assign BW objects to the transportable development class.

Work Instructions

Step 1. Run transaction SE80, and then click graphics/editobject.gif.

 

 

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Step 2. Enter ZBW2 as the development class name, and then click graphics/attribute.gif to create the class.

 

 

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Step 3. Select a transport layer, and then click graphics/save.gif to save it.

 

 

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Note

A transport layer links development classes with a transport route. The transport route specifies where to transport objects.

In our example, these routes have already been set up.

Step 4. We are prompted to enter a transport request for this development class so that it can be transported to other systems. We can either create a new transport request or use an existing one. Click graphics/attribute.gif to create a new one.
 

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Step 5.

Enter a short description for the transport request, and then click graphics/save.gif to save the transport request.

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Step 6. The new transport request is assigned to the development class. Click graphics/continue.gif to finish.

 

 

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Result

We have created a new development class. Likewise, a transport request has been created for the development class.

Part I. Guided Tours

Business Scenario and SAP BW

Creating an InfoCube

Loading Data into the InfoCube

Checking Data Quality

Creating Queries and Workbooks

Managing User Authorization

Part II. Advanced Topics

InfoCube Design

Aggregates and Multi-Cubes

Operational Data Store (ODS)

Business Content

Generic R/3 Data Extraction

Data Maintenance

Performance Tuning

Object Transport

Appendix A. BW Implementation Methodology

Object Transport

Appendix B. SAP Basis Overview

Object Transport

Appendix C. Glossary

Appendix D. Bibliography



SAP Bw. A Step-By-Step Guide
Sap Bw: a Step By Step Guide for Bw 2.0
ISBN: B000LZM8CM
EAN: N/A
Year: 2002
Pages: 106

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