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Stefan Seemann

SAP HANA comes with different tools that can be accessed via Browser. The URLs, of course, differ and also require certain permissions. In addition some minor configuration to the SAP HANA database needs to be

SAP HANA comes with different tools that can be accessed via Browser. The URLs, of course, differ and also require certain permissions. In addition some minor configuration to the SAP HANA database needs to be

SAP HANA comes with different tools that can be accessed via Browser. The URLs, of course, differ and also require certain permissions. In addition some minor configuration to the SAP HANA database needs to be

SAP HANA comes with different tools that can be accessed via Browser. The URLs, of course, differ and also require certain permissions. In addition some minor configuration to the SAP HANA database needs to be

SAP HANA comes with different tools that can be accessed via Browser. The URLs, of course, differ and also require certain permissions. In addition some minor configuration to the SAP HANA database needs to be

SAP HANA comes with different tools that can be accessed via Browser. The URLs, of course, differ and also require certain permissions. In addition some minor configuration to the SAP HANA database needs to be

This blog is about how to transport a User-Role between two Tenants within one instance of SAP HANA 2.0 Express. How to download & install SAP HANA Express is explained in this Youtube-Video I am

Another very good collection of documents about troubleshooting the software provisioning manager can be found here:   http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-62646 -Troubleshooting documents for SWPM   The following tries to answer the most burning questions about software provisioning

An SAP ABAP system needs connectivity data to logon to its database. In case of SAP HANA there are three ways to set up the connectivity data: Local hdbuserstore container, Global hdbuserstore container and ABAP

To improve the performance during export and also the duration of the table splitting itself, Oracle offers a splitting mechanism which is quite fast. The so-called PL/SQL-Splitter uses the ROWIDs of a table to calculate