LiveCompare 3.8 introduces support for several new BW 7.5 object types:
Newer BW types are maintained using the Eclipse software with added plugins. RSA1 provides only a restricted view of the newer types.
A Composite Provider is a special kind of Info Provider and includes various settings grouped under:
I used the standard Compare Objects workflow having supplied a set of wildcard object search parameters. The Z_HCPR_1 object looks like:
As with all BW types, LiveCompare displays each tab of information in a separate branch of the hierarchy.
The Scenario tab presents a complete view of the structure and mappings of the composite provider:
In LiveCompare, the joins are laid out in the hierarchy and the map is shown in tabular form:
The Output tab contains a lot of data:
In LiveCompare each top-level View Field entry becomes a separate object in the hierarchy:
The Open ODS View type includes settings grouped under:
In LiveCompare the General settings are displayed on the Open ODS View object:
Master Data looks like:
And is shown as a separate branch in the hierarchy:
Another branch is used for Texts if present.
The Hybrid Provider type is not natively managed in Eclipse. The standard RSA1 tools are exposed via a plugin:
LiveCompare reflects the same hierarchy:
The DataStore Object (advanced) type includes settings grouped under:
In LiveCompare each group becomes a branch in the hierarchy:
In LiveCompare, each section is its own object in the hierarchy. Here’s Partitions:
And the 010 index:
LiveCompare 3.8 expands support for BW systems with four new BW 7.5 object types. Support extends to smart impact analysis, side-by-side comparison, discovering objects in transports and Quick Compare.