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dspMigrate Data Migration Accelerator Pack for S/4 HANA

Similar to dspMigrate Business Rule Model (BRM) on SAP which is made available to accelerate the mapping of source system and SAP target system; may we explore the avenue of having a similar model or catalog which can augment the migration contents made available by SAP through Migration cockpit (t-code: LTMC); championed by SAP as the tool to upload data into SAP S/4 HANA on-cloud and on-premise instances. The SAP migration content is currently limited to a handful of objects; the list of contents is available at (please see attachment). Example of migration content which can augment SAP offerings are GL Master, Sub-Asset contents which are currently not available through SAP.

The development of such catalog will come in handy in accelerating and reduce performance risk in projects which deal with the migration to SAP S/4 HANA instances through providing workable migration contents which can be consistently applied across projects or as baseline to be further refined to suit individual projects.

The catalog could can made as a form of "go-to-market" accelerator pack along with dspMigrate to SAP Migration cockpit; which conveniently plugged into projects to jump start SAP S/4 HANA developments.

  • Desmond Yee
  • Mar 8 2018
  • Likely to Implement
  • Mar 26, 2018

    Admin response

    Thanks for registering the idea.  The concept of an accelerator pack for S4 migration is currently being worked under the solution content teams under Clive Bellmore's leadership out of EUAF, please contact them directly for updates.  With regards to integration with Migration Cockpit we are already in discussions with SAP at the Product Management level with regards to how we can further integrate with SAP MC.  We can already work successfully with Migration Cockpit and transfer of data to the staging tables is possible directly from DSP using registered rules / stored procedures using the Open Query sql syntax.  There is a BOA University session planned to discuss this in the near future, please look out for this.  The main area of further integration is around the feedback of results / error messages which we are investigating currently.