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i can see the entry: MCEX03 with many records in SMQ1.

i have only one extract structure 2lis_03_bf which is active and the deltas for which are loaded to bw on a regular basis. This entry(2lis_03_bf) is also seen in smq1 with minimal records.

Then what does the mcex03 entry correspond to? is it for a different datasource?

i am not sure whther to delte the same as it may affect my regular delta for 2lis_03_bf.

please guide.....


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    Posted on Sep 28, 2005 at 06:58 AM


    The Qrfc monitor (SMQ1) basically displays the same data as RSA7. In qrfc monitor u cannot distinguish between repeatable & new LUWs, more over the data of LUWs is displyaed in an unstreched manner there.

    So better use the RSA7 to monitor the delta queue.. it give the correct form of information.



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  • Posted on Sep 30, 2005 at 01:39 PM

    All delta data for all Data Sources of application 03 will be collected in the MCEX03 queue, if you have chosen the "Delta Queued" update method for this application in the LBWE.

    A periodically scheduled collective run (in this case report RMBWV303) will process this queue and send the data to the RSA7.

    So in fact the delta data is not in its final state in the MCEX03. The collective run triggers the execution of those LUWs, which is the execution of the extractor function modules (e.g. MCEX_UPDATE_03, called by MCEX_UPDATE_03_QRFC). You can see those function modules if you drill down in the SMQ1 by double-clicking the queue name.

    So it should be clear that you must not delete the MCEX queues, if you value your delta... 😉

    Hope that helps,

    Bernd Sieger

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