Thursday 30 November 2017

Debugging HANA Procedures

1. Introduction to Debugging HANA Procedures in Eclipse

As we are moving towards developing applications more and more on the native HANA stack or use hybrid scenarios to combine both the worlds(BW&HANA), it is important to understand how to debug procedures using the eclipse “Debug” perspective.

Friday 24 November 2017

New Video Tutorial Series: Studio and Cockpit

Some things are vintage and some things are just old. While we were digging through the archives, we found one of our older videos and decided to dust it off and give it an update. Who says something old can’t be new again? And speaking of new, if you’re starting to learn about streaming analytics and trying to figure out how to create, run, or test a project in studio, this is the perfect video for you.

Ready for more good news? Silly question, I know. That’s like asking if you want the last slice of pizza. Anyways, the good news is that this video is part of a tutorial series. So, after you’ve learned the basics of creating and working with projects in studio, you can then learn how to use cockpit to monitor those projects. The bad news? You’ll have to wait for the end of November for the second video to come out. You know the saying: good things come to those who wait!

Monday 20 November 2017

HANA: First adaption with NVM

Since Sapphire this year SAP and Intel have announced some new details regarding Skylake and NVM (non-volatile memory).

With the new processors it should be possible to gain ~60% more performance when running HANA workload on it. Additionally new DIMMs based on 3D XPoint technology (NVM) help overcome the traditional I/O bottlenecks that slow data flows and limit application capacity and performance.

Till now no there were no details about how SAP will use this new technology. You can use it as filesystem or as in-memory format.

Saturday 18 November 2017

SAP HANA 2.0 XS Advanced: a host auto-failover installation/configuration example


While the host-auto failover configuration with the core HANA Database is well known, the additional steps when XS Advanced (XSA) is installed are less well known. In below steps I give an example how it can be configured. When you read through the notes several decisions must be made for your own implementation, so your configuration may be different.

Wednesday 15 November 2017

HANA Studio, Eclipse, Web workbench, Web IDE cloud and Web IDE for HANA

Since the introduction HANA platform, there are several Application development tools provided by SAP for the developers. They are,

1. HANA Studio
2. Eclipse
3. Web Worbench IDE
4. Web IDE cloud
5. Web IDE for HANA

Tuesday 14 November 2017

Anonymization: Analyze sensitive data without compromising privacy

When is data truly anonymized? You can probably remember several cases where organizations such as public transport organizations or telecommunication providers published insufficiently “anonymized” data sets resulting in very damaging highly visible news headlines.

This is not to do any finger-pointing, because you know what? Anonymization is really hard! For many real-life use cases it isn’t enough to just substitute names with pseudonyms, or mask some of the values. With a little additional background knowledge it is often possible to identify the individuals you thought had been anonymized.

Saturday 11 November 2017

Connecting Streaming Analytics to Design Studio

SAP BusinessObjects Design Studio supports connections to streaming analytics as a data source for your applications and dashboards. It connects to streaming via the Web Services Provider and provides your application with real-time data. Before you create the connection though, there are a few things to set up on the streaming side: you’ll need to confirm your WSP configuration info, set streaming permissions, and enable web services for your project.

Thursday 9 November 2017

Error “License key could not be installed” on SAP HANA DB

Error: You face an error in HANA Studio/HDBSQL “License key could not be installed” on SAP HANA DB while installing license on existing DB already running with permanent license.

SAP HANA Tutorials and Materials, SAP HANA Certifications

Tuesday 7 November 2017

SAP HANA Cockpit 2.0 SP 04 What’s New – by the SAP HANA Academy


Earlier this week (October 31, 2017), the latest support pack for SAP HANA cockpit 2.0 SP 04 was released-to-customer (RTC).

Support pack 04 introduces some nice new functionality to make administering SAP HANA systems easier, more secure, and more manageable for large scale deployments.

Saturday 4 November 2017

Configure Information Access in HANA Express to connect from Lumira or Analysis for Office

In this blog post, I’m documenting the steps I followed to enable Information Access in SAP HANA, express edition on my Google Cloud Platform machine.

Before we continue….

Thursday 2 November 2017

SAP HANA System Copy- Homogeneous On Multi Tenant Database

I know there is already very good blogs on this topic, The purpose of this blog is to explain the process of performing  a simple homogeneous system copy of a HANA (MDC-multi tenant database container) based system using the recovery of the source backup on the target HANA DB using HANA Studio and Using SWPM , I don’t find More blogs and details regarding homogeneous system copy or backup/Restore on HANA 2.0 on multi tenant database container.

Wednesday 1 November 2017

SAP HANA 2.0 SPS02: New client interface features

This is the first of a set of posts about new features in the SAP HANA client interfaces. Following posts discuss the new python and Go drivers, but all of these assume you have the SAP HANA Client package installed on your computer, so this post is a reminder of how to do that.

ABAP On HANA – My experience in SAP Inside Track

I would like to share my knowledge, which I gained from SIT (SAP Inside Track). Before getting started with a particular topic, I would like to share my experience on SIT, which was conducted in Hyderabad. It was a great pleasure for me to be a part of SIT. There were many valuable sessions throughout the day for 3 tracks (Technical, Functional and Analytical). As basically I am from technical side, the topics which they chosen are really excellent and presented in a very good manner.