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What are the type of extractors in SAP BW Extraction?

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What are the type of extractors in SAP BW Extraction?
posted Dec 11, 2014 by anonymous

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In short you have two
1. Application Specific
2. Cross Application

Again Application specific are of two types a)BR content extractors and b)Customer Generated Extractors, see the following image.

SAP BW Extractors

answer Dec 11, 2014 by Salil Agrawal
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There are two types of extractor . They are
1)Standard Extractor
2)Custom / Generic Extractor.

1)Standard Extractor : are the extractor which are already created by SAP which in present in R/3 in Tcode : RSA5 . and that datasource will be in the DELIVERED VERSION(D) , to convert it to the active version ,U have to activate in RSA5 .
2)Custom / Generic Extractor : are the extractor which are created by us using Tcode : RSO2

answer May 6, 2016 by Theonlyshivam
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