Migrate your Composite Providers (after upgrade BW7.3 –> BW7.4)

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  1. Hau says:

    Hi Pieter,

    What is the meaning of the square icon next to the image of the local composite provider in RSA1?



    • Hi Hau,

      This icon means that this is an old Composite Provider that was created before the upgrade to BW7.4. Maybe you recognize this square when you look at the datasources, 3.x datasources also have a square icon.


  2. John says:


    I tried to use the RSO_CONVERT_IPRO_TO_HCPR but it doesn’t accept local composite providers, only DSO, cubes, info objects, etc. Have you tried this program with local composite providers?


  3. Anshul Sharma says:

    Whenever i try to migrate old composit providers to new ones i get the error compounding parent missing for this field….. . Can you tell me what could be the problem?

    Anshul Sharma

    • Dear Anshul,

      If I’m reading your error, this is a compounding issue. There are objects used in your old composite provider that are compounding with other objects, they should be in the composite provider as well. Eg. if you add 0GL_ACCOUNT, the object 0CHRT_ACCTS should always be part of your composite provider.

      Hope this helps you to fix the issue.


  4. Saravanan Raju says:

    Is there any other way , can be bring back copied queries from composite provider to multiprovider again. ? My scenario is, i copied multiprovider to composite provider. All Multiprovider queries moved to composite provider, by mistake. But i want to have all the multiprovider queries with multiprovider itself. Probably, the option i have selected is wrong and moved all the queries to CP.

    • Raju,

      Try to use transaction RSZC where you can copy BEx queries. Else you need to rebuild the queries manually. If this is too much work, you can bring back a copy of the SAP system.

      Kind regards,

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