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Delta Updates from datasource 9AII_INT

I'm attempting to load transactional data into BW using

datasource 9AII_INT. I ran the /AIN/BW_INIT_UPLOAD program and then ran a Delta Init (with data) to load my initial data. This worked fine. After the user added more transactions, I attempted to load delta's. It is not picking anything up. RSA7 showed me the 9AII_INT was active, but was empty. Does anyone know of any special processes that need to happen to get the delta queue updated?

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    Oct 03, 2005 at 01:37 PM

    Hi Mike,

    Hav u done queue or direct updation? If delta upload goes wrong and u didn't have option to re-run then use..again INIT.( Dry Run ) Delta process happen only after INIT.

    Reg,

    Arpit

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    Oct 05, 2005 at 04:20 PM

    I am trying to run /AIN/BW_INIT_UPLOAD program and I get message Insufficient input data. Debugging into the extractor I have found out that there is no data in the table /ain/dm_object.

    The extractor through error message at this statement

    SELECT * FROM /ain/dm_object INTO TABLE lt_object...

    as there is no data in /ain/dm_object.

    Do you have any idea on when this table is populated. or is there a way to get this table populate..

    Any information on this would be great...

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      You will have data in your system anytime after you execute a rule that contains the activity DEVICE_BW_UPDATE.

      This is a configuration item to which I have no experience with. But I had the same results as you until the AII config team updated the rules to contain this activity. Of course after the config is done, new transactions will need to be created.