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Extract structure

Hi,

I get this mssg when i generate extract structure.

Be aware of Note number 597909 when setting line item DataSources

Message no. GQPI 063

Diagnosis

You have successfully generated an extraction structure for the FI-SL line item table ZGLT1A.

Before implementing a DataSource that accesses the line items for table ZGLT1A, you need to create an additional, secondary index for this table in the data dictionary. This index can significantly speed up data access.

Procedure

Create a (non-unique) index for table ZGLT1A in the DDIC that includes the following fields:

RCLNT

RLDNR

CPUDT

CPUTM

You can find additional details about this in SAP Note number 597909.

I looked into the NOTE it says the same as the mssg can someone please explain what this means and what should i be doing.

Thankyou.

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    Posted on Sep 29, 2005 at 04:23 PM

    Hi,

    well you should do what described. The line item tables of FI normally contains lots of million records and in order to have a acceptable performance while extracting the data you need to create this index. So goto transaction se11 for the table zglt1a and create this index if it doesn't already exist.

    regards

    Siggi

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