You have made the following settings in Customizing, under:
General connection settings
Perform automatic workflow Customizing
As a rule, system changes are not permitted in production systems. Connecting a system as a source system to a BW or connecting a BW to a new source system results in changes in terms of system change options however. Therefore, in the client used in the BW system, make sure that the following changes are permitted during the source system connection:
Cross-client Customizing and repository changes
In Customizing, under Cross-Client Object Changes field, select Changes to Repository and Cross-Client Customizing Allowed., select the client in question and choose . In the
Changes to the local developments and Business Information Warehouse software components
You use transaction SE03 (Organizer Tools) to set the change options. Choose Execute. On the next screen, make the following settings:.. Choose
Changes to the customer name range
You also use transaction SE03 to set the change option for the customer name range.
Changes to BW namespaces /BWC/ and /BW0/
You also use transaction SE03 to set the change option for the BW namespaces.
If you want to connect an SAP Business ByDesign system: Make sure that you have the required information and that the required settings have been made in the BW system.
More information: Transferring Data from SLT Using Operational Data Provisioning
If you have selected RFC, the system displays the destination maintenance screen for connection type ABAP, where you can enter the destination parameters. If the background user already exists in the source, enter this user when configuring the destination. Save and test your destination and then go back.
More information: Maintaining Remote Destinations
If you want to connect a SAP HANA database to BW as the source system, enter the destination parameters here for the ABAP system that is running on the SAP HANA database.
More information: Notes about transferring data from SAP HANA using ODP
If you have selected HTTP/SOAP, another dialog box appears that guides you to the Web service configuration screen in SOA Manager (or lets you check whether a Web service configuration/logical port already exists).
In the Web service configuration screen, you create and configure a logical port for the default consumer proxy CO_RSDSPX_ODP_IN. Check and save the consumer proxy and go back to the Data Warehousing Workbench.
More information: Configuring the Consumer Proxy
Note the special information about connecting a SAP Business ByDesign system.
The context in the ODP framework describes a non-local SAP repository that maps its metadata in the ODP framework. The context can be compared with a schema in a database.
The source determines which contexts are available. The following is a list of possible contexts:
|BW System (for Data Mart Scenario)||BW|
|SAP System with DataSources (Extractors)||SAPI|
|SAP HANA Database of an ABAP System||HANA|
|SAP System via SAP Landscape Transformation Replication Server||SLT~<Queue Alias>|
|SAP Business ByDesign||BYD|
To assign the source system to a context, choose Select Context in the context menu for the source system.
The system displays a list of available contexts for the source system.
Select the relevant context and choose .
You can now create DataSources for this source system.