SL1: SAP Setup for SLT

The following architecture diagram shows the workflow for pulling the SAP S/4|ECC|BW data from SAP Data services and using SAP Data services to land your SAP data to Amazon S3.

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➡️ Step by Step guide to create a data flow between SAP and S3 using, SAP SLT, Data services using an ODP connection.

Please note that you can use similar flows to replicate from tables/BAPI’s etc

SAP SLT

For Below example we will consider table SNWD_PD, assuming you are using an ABAP system with demo data.

  1. Login to SAP . Please ensure that you have SLT admin access.
  2. Login to transaction LTRC
  3. Select the create configuration Icon
  4. Enter a configuration name and Description as indicated below and click next.

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  5. Select RFC Connection=> Enter Destination is None. ( Please note that if your SLT system is separate from your ECC system, enter the RFC destination of the source system() => Select Allow multiple usage ==> click next.

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  1. In the target, Select RFC destination and choose None and indicated below Choose the Scenario for RFC communication as ODP Replication Scenario. Choose any 4 character Alias ( Please note that this will be used in the ODP context in data services later)==> Click Next.

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  2. Choose the number of transfer jobs, calculation jobs and load jobs to be 1 for this demo==>Choose next.

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  3. Review and Select Create. The queue should be active, Click on the configuration name to review settings.

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Please note that every dictionary table in SAP source system can be queried using SLT context. This will not work with other ODP enabled sources like extractors or function modules.