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TABLE 14-2 Options for Grouping Objects for Activation
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The next option is Install. This, of course, is executed once you have dragged and dropped the objects you want to install into the Collected Objects screen. Table 14-4 lists the options under the Install button. The final option on this toolbar is for the display of the objects. You can view either a hierarchy or a list.
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Installation Once you ve reviewed and confirmed these settings, you are ready to install
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and activate Standard Business Content. The first illustration on the next page shows the initial step of choosing the object (in this case, an InfoCube) to be installed. Once you have transferred this object to the Collected Objects area, you execute the installation process. The system will start to activate all tables, objects, structures, programs, and dependent components (depending on the settings you have identified) that will allow this InfoCube to be used in the implementation of BI. The Transfer or Collected Object area of the screen has a series of columns that offer information on the installation and activation process occurring.
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Description and Functionality The objects are collected automatically after the object has been selected. This is the default setting. Therefore, all the objects required for the setting in the Grouping option would be collected. The objects to be activated are only collected if you choose the GATHER DEPENDENT OBJECTS (Execute (clock) Icon) function.
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TABLE 14-3 Options for the Collection Mode
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Type of Install Simulate Installation
Description and Functionality The system tests for errors on the critical objects that would be installed. This can be helpful during the initial activations to review the possible issues that may occur. The result of the activation is shown by a green and red icon under the Simulation Results header. The selected objects are activated directly. The selected objects are activated in the background as a batch job. This is reasonable if you are activating large numbers of objects. Depending on your transport strategy, this option would activate the objects and then write them to a transport request.
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TABLE 14-4 Installation Options
The second illustration shows the column headings in this screen area. Table 14-5 lists the headings their functionality.
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Collected Objects Toolbar Collected Objects
Description and Functionality In this column is a list of all the objects that have been collected based on the option you ve selected. In the context menu of this column is a list of additional options install all, do not install any below a specific level, merge or copy all, display details, display description (Metadata Repository), display version comparisons, and export HTML documentation. In the Install column the following business content objects are indicated by default: Objects transferred for the first time Objects that have been redelivered by SBC in a more recent version If the SAP delivery version and the active version can be matched, a check box is displayed in this column. With the most important object types, the active version and the SAP delivery version can be matched. From a technical point of view, the SAP delivery version (D version) is matched against the M version. As in most cases, the M version is identical to the active version (A version) in a customer system. This is referred to as a match between the D and A versions for reasons of simplification. The use of the match option is important if there has been some customizing of the SBC, thus, making sure the customization that has occurred will not be overwritten. If you decided to simulate the activation and installation, you would see a color light below this column. This identifies whether the active version of this object is already available via a green light icon. The technical name of the object. Describes the criticality of the object to the root object that is being activated. Thus, informational comments such as is essentially required and receives data from identify the objects that are required to be activated for the root object to be supported. Indicates whether a particular object has a Business Content component. Identifies in what content release this object was initially delivered. Identifies in what content release this object was last changed. Because this is SBC, the person responsible is normally SAP.
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