Start and End Routines

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by Nilesh Vakil, SAP BI Consultant, Accenture June 5, 2012
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To populate a field in SAP NetWeaver BW, the typical approach is to perform a look-up. However, an alternate method that might save time is to populate the field at the extractor level.

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by Isha Gupta, SAP BI Consultant, Accenture | Vipul Goyal, SAP Analytics Senior Consultant, Accenture March 15, 2012
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This custom BI solution in SAP NetWeaver BW can help developers and technical analysts track employee movements and changes within SAP ERP Human Capital Management.


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by Soumya Mishra, Managing Consultant, IBM Corporation July 27, 2010
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Discover effective practices and methodologies to consider when designing and implementing start and end routines in transformations, customer exits for query variables and DataSources, and routines in data transfer processes in SAP NetWeaver BW 7.0. These methodologies and practices can help reduce the risks of keeping the data model in sync during implementation.

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by Michael Shtulaizen, SAP NetWeaver Technical Manager, Strauss Group Ltd., Israel June 15, 2010
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The presence of a start routine changes the selected data structure and granularity. It has a negative impact on the source data retrieval process, even if you have not implemented it. In some scenarios, a start routine can change execution time from minutes to hours and even produce a different result. In most cases, you can implement an alternative solution to obtain the best loading performance.

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by Shailesh Unny, Senior Consultant, BearingPoint October 1, 2007
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Create a wait process type to handle dependencies across process chains.


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Learn how to use data normalization in SAP NetWeaver 7.0 to reduce, if not eliminate, reporting problems with data.

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by John Kurgan, Independent SAP BI Professional, JK Global Consulting, Inc. November 1, 2006
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With a little ABAP code, optimize your data loads with efficient update rules.

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by Ned Falk, Senior Education Consultant, SAP May 1, 2003
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SAP NetWeaver BW reduces the need for ABAP for most reporting tasks, but most SAP NetWeaver BW projects could benefit from having an experienced ABAPer available. This is particularly true for data preparation and preprocessing functions. The author shows how an ABAP programmer would be useful in 20 different areas.