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To start the process of activating the SBC, you initially have to convert them from the SAP delivery version (D version) into the active version (A version). I recommend that you install BI Content objects in the following cases: After a BI Content release upgrade, because there is normally a large number of new and modified BI Content objects. If you want to use the new and modified BI Content, you have to reinstall the BI Content objects.
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After installing a BI Content support package, because this will deliver a large number of new objects. Refer to the SAP Notes that are delivered with each Content Support Package. These SAP Notes contain information on why certain BI Content objects are being redelivered.
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From the main Business Intelligence menu, choose Modeling_Data Warehousing Workbench: BI Content. If you are already in the Data Warehousing Workbench, select the BI Content functional area by clicking the corresponding pushbutton in the left navigation window or by choosing the menu path Goto_Install BI Content. The Data Warehousing Workbench for installing BI Content has three navigation windows. In the left window you determine the view of the objects in the middle area of the screen. In the middle window, you select the objects you want to activate. In the right window, you make the settings for installing the BI Content. The right window also contains an overview of the objects you have selected, and it is here that you start the installation of BI Content. One of the steps that is often overlooked is assigning a relevant source system (or systems). If you want to assign a source system, select the Source System Assignment function. The Choose Source System by Default dialog box appears. Select one or more source systems by setting the corresponding indicators in the Default Assignment column. Figure 14-6 shows the dialog box. If you do not select a source system, all the source systems are assigned automatically and therefore you may be activating objects indirectly that you don t need.
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FIGURE 14-6 The Dialog Box for Choosing the Source System Default Assignment
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NOTE Some objects may be source system dependent, whereas others are not. Still others may have
multiple source system dependence. There may be other concerns with the activation of these objects. Be sure to review the information with these points in mind before activating these types of objects.
Grouping Before you drag and drop the objects you are going to activate, we need to
review the settings along the toolbar for the activation process. The following illustration shows the toolbar for this process. The first option is for grouping the objects to be included and for determining the mode of collection of these objects.
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Make the settings you require from the following selection lists on the right side of the screen. For Grouping, choose the objects you want the system to include. The groupings combine the objects from a particular area. Table 14-2 details the available options. The next option for which we need to select a method is Collection Mode. This indicator is for the method you are using to gather all the objects needed to support the item you are activating. Table 14-3 details the options and functionality.
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Grouping Option Only Necessary Objects (default setting) Data Flow Before
Function and Description Only the objects that are needed to transfer the selected objects from Business Content are gathered. This is the minimal variant of the Business Content transfer. All objects that give data to the object being activated are gathered. For example, to activate the query, you would activate the InfoProvider, Transformation Rule, and so on. All object that receive data from the object being activated are gathered. For example, to activate the query, you would activate the Workbooks, Roles, and so on. All objects that give data to or receive data from the object being activated are gathered. This is the maximal variant of Business Content transfer.
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