Our application uses a SQL Anywhere 12 database and now we need to let SAP BW have access to some tables in it (read-only, once a day). One possibility would be to create copies of the real tables, to avoid disturbance with synchronization and so on. Would appreciate any help regarding this, how to set it up, best practice et c Thanks in advance...

asked 19 Dec '11, 12:13

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SAP BW can communicate with 3rd-party databases using the "DB Connect Architecture" feature. Unfortunately, it seems that the "DB Connect Architecture" does not yet have a "DBSL" definition for SQL Anywhere, and this would be required. (See: Supported SAP BW databases here )

Note: Reference links are from the SAP BW 7.3 documentation

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answered 19 Dec '11, 17:03

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edited 19 Dec '11, 17:06

Maybe Sybase (as you belong now to the big SAP family) should provide such a definition.

(20 Dec '11, 03:05) Martin

Ok, how about the UD Connect? Or other alternatives...

(20 Dec '11, 03:58) Ingela
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