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Adding Source Application Business Object Groups
The advantage of creating a business object group is that when all active event types within the group are registered with the same event service, the tables within the group are processed in the sequence you set up. For instance, you may always want a customer’s base data (ad_mstr and cm_mstr) processed prior to sales data (so_mstr and sod_det).
If active event types in a business object group are not registered with the same event service, business objects in the group will be processed by different event services, which defeats the purpose of business object groups since you cannot guarantee that data of designated business objects will be processed as set up in the group in a single-thread manner. This gives rise to a warning message in configuration validation.
Note: Due to sequencing requirements, these business objects are processed in a single thread. Since this will inhibit performance, business object groups should be used only if absolutely necessary.
Note: Business object groups are not relevant for source application types that employ DDP.
1
Click Business Object Groups under the source application. The Business Object Groups overview screen displays.
2
Click New to add a new business object group. The Business Object Group Details screen displays.

Business Object Group Details
Code
Enter a name for the business object group.
Description
Enter a brief description.
3
Click Lookup to add the business objects to the group. The Update Business Object Group lookup displays, listing available objects.

Update Business Object Group Lookup
4
Optionally, you can enter a filter such as cust* to reduce the number of business objects you see. Click the arrow to the right of the filter box to display either filtered or unfiltered business objects.
5
Select business objects from the Available list and click Add. To remove groups, highlight the group name in the Current Business Objects list and click Remove.
6
Click OK to save the business objects.
7
Click Save to save the new business object group.