IP Standard Copy function issues, char. relationships paper
We have implemented the IP standard copy function to copy data from version '0' to version '010' . The message says:"<nnn> records read, 0 changed, 0 generated".
The same function works in Development environment. Are there any authorizations needed for writing data into real-time infocube and how do we turn the trace on to find what authorizations required? How do we use TCODE:SU53 with IP web application?
What are different ways to debug in IP?How can I make 'break-point' in IP FOX coding go into debug mode?
Is there a white paper/how-to on creating char. relationships in IP. In BPS, we can define multiple Function modules for each char. relationship of type exit.How do we solve the similar case in IP? Is it through multiple classes. Or can we do it using a single class with multiple methods.
Is there a good transport strategy for IP objects?
Sometimes transports of IP objects are getting trickier as it selects all the objects even though we select do not select any nodes below for transport.
Thanks in advance,
Marc Bernard replied
first, please check notes 1084210 and 1100313.
If the issue was related to authorizations, then you would get an error message. If you want to check the authorizations anyway, use transaction RSECADMIN > Analysis.
Planning functions in IP are executed via RFC. Break-point statements do not work in this case. Create a sequence and variant and execute them in SAPGUI using program RSPLS_PLSEQ_EXECUTE. Then the system will stop at your break-points.
Yes, you will need one ABAP class per exit relationship. If you want to reuse some of the code, you can derive one class from the other which is standard ABAP OO functionality.
There are plenty of examples in the system. Do a where-used for IF_RSPLS_CR_METHODS in SE24 to find them all.
"Do not select any nodes below" refers only to optional components. The objects that are selected for BI-IP are mandatory. Without them the IP functionality won't work in the target system.
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