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Why there is no datasource for 0COMP_CODE?

I am trying to find the datasource of 0COMP_CODE. On BW system, I locate the InfoSource 0COMP_CODE (Company code) under InfoSources view of transaction RSA1, then double click it this InfoSource, then click "Transfer_Structure/Transfer_Rules" to expand, but find the Source System and DataSource fields show blank. Why and how to find the datasource for the InfoObject 0COMP_CODE?

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    Posted on Oct 03, 2005 at 05:25 PM

    Hi Kevin,

    first of all you have to activate it in your source system (in RSA5 or check if you already did that in RSA6).

    Then replicate datasource in BW (right-click on your source system in source system page, RSA1).

    Finally, you can right-click on the infosource, assign your source system and the related datasource activated before !

    Hope it helps!

    Bye,

    Roberto

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  • Posted on Oct 03, 2005 at 05:27 PM

    Hi Kevin,

    The data source needs to come from the source system and is replicate din the BW system. In RSA1 > InfoSources, find 0COMP_CODE and then right click and choose assign data source. You will have to first mention the source systema nd then the system will bring up a list of applicable datasources. For master data may be you are looking for 0COMP_CODE_ATTR or 0COMP_CODE_TEXT. If these are not found, then you will need to check if these data sources are active in your R/3 system (can do this in RSA6). If they are active in RSA6, then you can replicate them into BW.

    Hope this helps...

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