Project Description

Sometimes when we reproduce a customer issue, it doesn't always demonstrate the same behavior the customer is having. So, we engage backline or open a bug or throw up our arms in frustration. I have one such customer with just an issue like this. Running the exact same commands in an almost identical sles4sap version environment and yet I cannot reproduce what she is seeing? What to do?

Thinking about the differences, it's clear I really do not have the same environment? My customer has data in her HANA database and I don't. After looking around internally, asking around if anyone has a script, a program, searching a 12 inch floppy, or anything that allows someone to populate a HANA database with data I came up with nothing. So I decided I would write one.

Goal for this Hackweek

To get a working python script that loads data in a reasonable amount of time.

Resources

https://github.com/tuttipazzo/HanaDB-data-load

Looking for hackers with the skills:

python sles4sap hana support

This project is part of:

Hack Week 20

Activity

  • 3 months ago: rangelino liked this project.
  • 3 months ago: rangelino started this project.
  • 3 months ago: rangelino added keyword "python" to this project.
  • 3 months ago: rangelino added keyword "sles4sap" to this project.
  • 3 months ago: rangelino added keyword "hana" to this project.
  • 3 months ago: rangelino added keyword "support" to this project.
  • 3 months ago: rangelino originated this project.

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