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Lo Extraction Delta Loads

Hi SDN Masters,

I have Activated BI Content for 0SD_C05 (Offers/Orders), I need to load Deltas in next day onwards.

How to build Delta's ECC and BI.

Can you please provide me detail step by step how to build delta in LO Extraction.

Thanks in Advance.......Guru.

Regards,
Vijay.

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  • Posted on Aug 29, 2013 at 09:30 AM

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  • Posted on Aug 29, 2013 at 09:35 AM

    Hi vijay,

    Have you maintained respective data sources as active and whole data flow design was created?

    if yes then,

    1. Run info pack without data transfer, its enable delta pointer at ecc side RSA7.

    2. Schedule V3 Jobs for your data source at ecc side LBWE - job control

    3. Run info pakc full, after success of this move psa data to targets thru DTP(bw 7.x)

    4. if any new entries happend at ecc side those records count you can observer ecc side RSA7, total column.

    5. as usaual you can trigger info pack with delta mode, its pulls data from RSA7 to psa.

    6. From psa to targets you can move data by using DTP in 7.x data flow.

    You can design whole delta data flow thru process chain.

    Thanks

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