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Is a dedicated tablespace for SLT logging tables required for HANA source systems?

Hi all,

In a HANA side car scenario using an SLT to bring data from a traditional ERP to HANA, you define a table space in the source system to control/maintain the logging tables in source system. Now think of a similar case but this time the source ERP is on a HANA database instead of say Oracle.

Do you still need to define a tablespace - since there is such a concept in HANA DB - ? If not while configuring the SLT system, there is a parameter for “ Data Transfer Settings” called “Data class of Tablespace”, and it is not mandatory. I assume there is no consequences/practical use for it.


Please share your experience


Cheers

Tansu

Former Member
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Hi Tansu,

There are no table spaces in SAP HANA (one of the reasons why it’s simpler than other DBs).  Therefore the DDIC data class settings (SE11 > Technical settings) have no impact on SAP
HANA databases. Only system copy tools still use the data classes. If applications running on HANA are asking for a data class/table space, then it’s just to be compatible with other databases.

Regards,

Marc Bernard

SAP HANA BW Product Management

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