Cleanup/Disconnect/Delete Source Systems from SAP BW system in RSA1.Suppose we get a request that:
Note: Please open client before deleting source system
Go to RSA1, and then In “Modeling” go to “Source Systems”
Here you can find all the source system connected to this SAP system.
Now select the source system which needs to be deleted and right click and select delete option.
It will prompt for checking RFC connection.
Here we have checked, so we can “Ignore” it.
Now it will prompt for creating new transport request.
Create new transport request
It will prompt for local workbench infoPackage request.
Click check button.
Similarly it will prompt for local workbench Transfer Structure request.
For each InfoPackage and Transfer Structure you can see deleted confirmation
Select “Yes” for deleting Destinations and Declaration of logical system.
At the end you will get the screen
You want to delete all source systems in SAP BW system after a system copy
1. Go to Transaction SE16 – table RSBASIDOC to determine all existing source system connections
a) If entries exist:
Note down all these entries: fields RLOGSYS and SLOGSYS.
Go to Transaction SE37 – function module RSAP_BIW_DISCONNECT
Parameter I_BIW_LOGSYS = <RLOGSYS>, I_OLTP_LOGSYS = <SLOGSYS>, I_FORCE_DELETE = ‘X’.
DO NOT enter a value in the “RFC target sys” field. If you do, this causes the function module to run in the system specified there.
Repeat this for all entries in table RSBASIDOC.
This step deletes all obsolete BW connections.
b) If no entries exist:
Skip step 1.
2. Go to Transaction SM30 – table T000. Make sure that the client to be repaired has the logical name that it had before the copy. The BW system identifies the source system by this name.
3. If you renamed the system, execute Transaction BDLS in the source system to reset all relevant tables to the new logical system name. To do this, see Notes 121163 and 369758
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