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Author's profile photo Shailendar ANUGU

SAP Analytics cloud connection to HANA2 on BTP Neo

Following the announcement HANA 2.0: Coming soon to SAP BTP, Neo environment!

BTP HANA1.0 NEO customers have to upgrade to HANA2.0 on BTP Neo, refer to the above blog for more details

To make SAC live connectivity work for HANA 2.0 NEO, EPM-MDS lib need to be installed. Will explain briefly how this is done
  • After HANA 1.0 Neo DB has been upgraded to HANA2.0 Neo, please install EPM MDS plugin from the install components on BTP Cockpit

select EPM MDS plugin from the select solution drop down list, please click on install, after the plugin is installed, there will be a success message.



  • Please login to SAP Analytics cloud, navigate to Connections, create a new HANA live SAP Cloud platform connection, the connection gets created successfully.
  • all existing SAP Cloud Platform type connections work as it is without any further changes

!!! EPM MDS plugin is mandatory !!!



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      Author's profile photo Sissy Haegele
      Sissy Haegele

      Great! Thanks a lot.

      Author's profile photo Praveen Kumar
      Praveen Kumar

      We did our upgrade to HANA 2 on Neo BTP last weekend. We followed all the steps mentioned in the OSS note. Upgrade was completed successfully. Just after upgrade, we started having issue:

      We couldn't connect to your HANA system. Possible causes: Third-party cookies are blocked, or CORS is not configured correctly. For more information, see our troubleshooting page.TroubleshootCorrelation ID: 27084983-5215-4863-8478-353560932727


      Then once we applied the above suggestion, the error message is gone.

      Thank you so much!

      Author's profile photo Shailendar ANUGU
      Shailendar ANUGU
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Praveen,

      first of all, please create a ticket under lOD-ANA-LDC-HANA component.. could you please check what's the error message using developer tools in chrome --> Network tab? whether getserverinfo calls fail? if not, it looks like the browser might be blocking third party cookies etc.