Programs for activation of Business Warehouse Objects in a non-changeable system are very useful after performing a system copy or upgrade.
This list includes all them and may be very helpful for BW, BASIS and also SAP Support consultants… why not?
RSDS_DATASOURCE_ACTIVATE_ALL (for 7.X DataSources)
This report reactivates only A versions of DataSources according to the selection.
RS_TRANSTRU_ACTIVATE_ALL (for 3.X DataSources – same report for Transfer Rules)
RSDG_ODSO_ACTIVATE (single object only – no mass activation)
During activation the M version will be read.
The flag “Clean Up DDIC Structures” deletes old generated tables. This was necessary only in previous releases.
If the A version is activated it will not affect the M version. If the M version is activated it will overwrite the A version with the M.
RSDG_IOBJ_ACTIVATE (single object only – no mass activation)
In the expert mode the processing lock can be swithed off, however it is not suggested to use.
If the option “Lock” is flaged during activation the object is locked. If only inactive transferstructures should be activated the flag “Only Inactive” can be checked.
In case you need to reactivate an already active transformation you need to put the parameter Object status (OBJSTAT) as ‘ACT’ for that particular Transformation (TRAN_ID). DTP’s containing transformation of source – / target type ‘InfoSource’ will also be re-activated.
This is a new program, which is delivered and corrected by the following SAP Notes:
This report reactivates only already active update rules. The possibility of changing this behavior has been revised a few times, and the decision was to keep it activating only the already active versions. The reason is Update Rules should always be checked when they get deactivated. Blindly reactivating them may cause inconsistencies.
Some have created a Z-Version for this standard program and changed a few lines to make it also also reactivate the inactive update rules. That’s not an approach SAP Support would recommend, though. Reference:.