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How to delete overlapping request of Error DTP in Cube


Hi,

My requirement is to delete all the existing overlapping Requests,Once Full load is done to Cube using process chain.

Existing Overlapping Requests might be FULL,Delta,Error DTP request.

Kindly provide me some Information on this.

Regards,

J.Sakthikumar

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  • Posted on Jun 02, 2014 at 09:32 AM

    Hi,

    I think we can delete overlapping request from info cube which dtp is full load only.

    So as you need we don't have option to delete error dtp overlapping request.

    From PSA to info cube - is full load dtp or delta one?

    Thanks

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      Hi J

      Are you using BW 7.31?

      Just wanted to check whether you tried with below already

      in deletion variant, put both DTPs (delta and full) and this deletion varaint should get trigger when you are loading full DTP (to delete all previous requests).

      in deletion selection choose 'delete data requests with same DTP'

      Regards,

      Gaurav

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    Posted on Jun 03, 2014 at 12:51 PM

    hey Sakthi,

    Overlapping requests essentially mean requests which have the same selection (meaning the data will be same).

    When we load delta, the data that comes is new, as it does not bring the old data which has been fetched. Hence, you cannot do the delete overlapping of DELTA DTPs. Overlapping req deletion works when you have a full DTP and you are loading to cube - as cubes are additive and loading same data twice will result in corrupt data.

    If your requirement is to delete all the requests which are in cube, then go for DROP CUBE step. This will delete all the contents (DELTA, FULL, error DTP) of your cube.

    Hope this helps!

    Sheen

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