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Problem load flat file to ODS

Hello everyone

Its going to have a model that uses a copy of the standard nature of cash ZTRCM_C01 Managemente, which loads the data to the hub using the standard extractor 0TR_CM_1, and then through a flat file APD genre leaves it in the pc, the which is adjusted manually by changing the value of a field value, and is charged at a later upload to ODS ZTRCM_C01 nature, but loading the flat file by file Flata not see in the ODS record that was modified in the field of amount, the PSA is the modified record, but in the ODS modified record is displayed, which I do not understand is why you do not see the changed record. On the other side of this issue as resolved handles the initial registration with the load keeps the standard extractor and show whether there was a change or modification in the flat file?

Please if anyone can help me solve this problem.

Nando.

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  • Posted on Mar 14, 2014 at 05:37 AM

    Hi,

    are you maintaing the reference object currency object reference of amount at flat file level?

    you can check the changed records at change log table

    these are all the basic question.

    check how it is work the overwrite function in DSO. you will get more docs.

    Thanks,

    Phani.

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