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Difference between take over and Switch ownership in SAP HANA
Below is the difference between take over and switch ownership.
Take Over: This option is used to take single inactive object from another workspace.
Switch Ownership: This option is used to take single or multiple inactive objects from other users.
When you expand Switch ownership option in HANA Modeler, you can see description of this option-
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