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You cannot join SAP pool tables with cluster tables.
In an SAP Table data object read operation, when you define a sort condition for cluster and pool tables and run a mapping, the mapping fails. (428266)
When you add an SAP Table data object read operation as a lookup in a mapping, and configure the lookup condition based on a transparent table and a cluster or pool table, the mapping fails. (432043)
When you enter FTP and SFTP details in an SAP connection and then clear the
Use SFTPoptions, the details that you entered are cleared from the dialog box. This issue occurs when you create an SAP connection in Informatica Administrator and Informatica Developer. (407606)
On Windows 64-bit operating systems, when you run a mapping with the deprecated SAP data object read operation, the mapping fails.
Workaround: Download the following library files from the SAP Service Marketplace:
Copy the files to the following directory and run the mapping again:
<Informatica installation directory>/services/shared/bin
To test SAP connections from Informatica Administrator, you must also copy the files to the following directory:
<Informatica installation directory>/server/bin
In Informatica Administrator, after you create a successful SNC-enabled SAP connection, if you edit the connection and specify incorrect values for the SNC library path, the Administrator tool validates the connection as successful. It does not display any error. (407551)
If you create an SAP BW OHS mapping or workflow within a folder and do not specify the folder name when you set the OHD parameters, the Data Integration Service does not read any data. It also prints an incorrect OHS request ID in the mapping log.
The Developer tool does not validate the values that you enter in the FTP fields of an SAP connection.
When you parameterize an SAP Table data object read operation property, you cannot define a precision that is higher than 28 for decimal data types. (435156)