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Initial load delete

Hi Gurus,

How can i delete initial load once it is started?.

Regards,

Bhargav

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    Posted on May 30, 2013 at 08:32 AM

    Hi Prem,

    I assume that you have triggered initial load for customers. If that is the case then -

    If you start an initial load(say BUPA_MAIN) and kill it, there's no effect on the system. However your respective data tables would be partially populated.

    I hope after killing the BUPA_MAIN initial load process in R3AM1, you had cleared up the queues in your respective CRM system.

    To stop forming thousands of queues, just maintain a pertinent block size in R3AC1 for BUPA_MAIN(depending upon the no. of records you want to download).

    Hope this will be useful

    Thanks and Regards

    DJ

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    • You started the initial load in client 040 but if i'm correct the initial load didn't finish.

      First cancel the process in transaction R3AM1 for your object.

      Because you already connected the CRM system to a different client, you probably have to remove the record in table CRMMLSGUID in CRM. You can also check to make sure if there is no record in table CRMPRLS in ECC client 120. Check Note 588701 for details.

      To clean up you can remove the queues for your object in transaction SMQ2 in ECC client 040.

      You should now be able to start the initial load, but I can't tell you what will happen to the items that are already processed with the initial load from client 040.

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