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Matt Kangas

SLT: Mass Tables for Replication to HANA When using SLT to replicate tables from a source system to HANA, usually tables are entered for replication by using the HANA Studio.  For example, first select “Data

Since I first started speaking at SAP TechEd in 2004 I have presented a technical session on landscapes in one form or another.  For years I did this for SAP NetWeaver.  More recently, since my

Implementing business process in a complex system landscape can be very challenging.  All the interdependencies and deployment options is enough to drive an admin to drink… This podcast give a step-by-step overview of what to keep

Over the past couple of years, I have done a lot of work with SAP NetWeaver Identity Management.  One of the areas I have concentrated on is the approval workflow process.  In SAP NetWeaver Identity

To anyone who has worked with SAP software for any amount of time, one of the best parts about it is that it is highly flexible, able to handle business processes of practically any variety. 

Yes, it’s that time of year again.  Football season has started (woohoo!) and SAP TechEd is just around the corner.  This year, in addition to our lecture and hands-on sessions, the SAP Intelligence Platform and

A few months back, one of our intrepid consultants got a…well…unusual request from one of our large customers.  I wasn’t there, but it probably went something like this: Customer: Hey, SAP-daddy, I’ve got something for

As a moderator on several of the Forums here on SDN, I read literally hundreds if not thousands of posts a week.  Perhaps I am also becoming a Grumpy Old Man, but in the spirit

Designing a SAP NetWeaver System Landscape If you’ve read any of my blogs, been to any of my conference presentations, or just spoken to me for a while about SAP, you probably know that I

As I prepare today to get ready for TechEd in Las Vegas next week, I wanted to let you know about another one of the sessions I where I will be speaking.  The session is