SAP S/4HANA migration cockpit – Instance-based deletion via mass processing – New in SAP S/4HANA 2102 Cloud
With this blog post, I would like to enlighten you on the new functionality of the SAP S/4HANA migration cockpit coming with the SAP S/4HANA Cloud 2102 release.
Our users can take advantage of the Mass processing functionality to remove instances massively (at once) that are not needed for the project.
To start using Mass processing, you need to log into your project and click on the number of instances of your migration object. Exactly as it is shown on the following screenshot:
Afterward, you will be redirected to the migration object instances screen. Press the “Mass Processing” button.
Now you can choose the “Delete Instances” action inside the Mass Processing functionality. Press the “Step 2” button.
When you follow the navigation and prolong with Step 2, the tool will offer you to filter the instances that you would like to delete upon different criteria.
After applying the filter selection, press the “Step 3” button to navigate to the next step where you have a possibility to preview the instances you have selected for deletion.
After clicking “Review”, you will see the selection preview and check the instances you would like to delete.
In the next step, you can confirm it with the “Start” button or drop the operation by clicking “Cancel”.
Please pay attention, that you can also delete every single instance in the Migration Object instances view. The mass processing functionality is giving you the possibility to delete a big number of instances upon the particular criteria at once.
Now you are ready to start using the mass processing functionality!
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For each upload, How much records we can migrate through this cockpit?
FYI: I know that the default file size is 100 MB.
I just need some ball park figure of how much records we can migrate via this cockpit?