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Mastering SAP NetWeaver Master Data Management

by: Bernd Schloemer

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Publisher: SAP Press,31.05.08

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ISBN: 1592291767
ISBN13: 9781592291762

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This highly-detailed guide uses a real-life scenario to take you step-by-step through a complete master data management project with SAP NetWeaver MDM. You'll tackle all of the essentials, from importing your data into the MDM system, to maintaining it with Data Manager, and exporting it into your local systems.

More specifically, you'll quickly master all repository tasks, and learn how best to import data using the Import Manager, or the batch import functionality. This book also shows you how to export the data back to local systems using the MDM Syndicator tool, or the batch export functionality. Plus, you'll also learn how to set up a portal for MDM, how to create a typical workflow, and much more.

Highlights

An in-depth, real-life sample scenario
The repository: Creating roles and tables, including flat, taxonomy, and system tables
Best practices for importing data
Data maintenance: Data Manager, creating searches and views, and portal data maintenance
Tips, tricks and proven techniques for exporting data
Expert guidance on connecting to the portal

Table of Contents

1 Introduction ... 3
... 1.1 ... Contents of the Individual Chapters ... 3
... 1.2 ... Acknowledgments ... 4

2 The Sample Project ... 5
... 2.1 ... Process ... 5
... 2.2 ... Consolidation and Harmonization ... 5
... 2.3 ... Importing the Sample Repository ... 6
... 2.4 ... Summary ... 7

3 The Repository ... 9
... 3.1 ... Repository Structure ... 9
... 3.2 ... Creating a Repository ... 9
... 3.3 ... Loading a Repository ... 11
... 3.4 ... Creating the Necessary Tables ... 11
... 3.5 ... Creating the Client Systems ... 13
... 3.6 ... Creating Users and Roles ... 14
... 3.7 ... Configuring Change Tracking ... 16
... 3.8 ... Summary ... 16

4 Preparatory Data Maintenance ... 17
... 4.1 ... Data Manager: Startup and Overview ... 17
... 4.2 ... Data Maintenance in Tables ... 18
... 4.3 ... Summary ... 23

5 Importing Master Data ... 25
... 5.1 ... Loading Data from a Microsoft Excel File ... 25
... 5.2 ... Batch Import ... 31
... 5.3 ... Importing an XML File ... 32
... 5.4 ... Summary ... 34

6 Data Maintenance Using the Data Manager ... 35
... 6.1 ... Searching ... 35
... 6.2 ... Comparing Items ... 36
... 6.3 ... Protecting Entries ... 37
... 6.4 ... Check-In and Check-Out ... 38
... 6.5 ... Validations ... 40
... 6.6 ... Relationships ... 44
... 6.7 ... Masks ... 48
... 6.8 ... Attributes ... 49
... 6.9 ... Modeling the Workflow ... 51
... 6.10 ... Executing the Workflow ... 53
... 6.11 ... Summary ... 56

7 Consolidation ... 57
... 7.1 ... Consolidation with the Import Manager ... 57
... 7.2 ... Consolidation with the Data Manager ... 60
... 7.3 ... Summary ... 66

8 Exporting Master Data ... 67
... 8.1 ... Syndicator GUI ... 67
... 8.2 ... SyndicatorBatch ... 71

9 Summary and Outlook ... 73

Index ... 75