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Data in table EQUZ not copied by TDMS

During “Data Deletion in Receiver System”, TDMS deletes from this table, however, during “Data transfer”, this is not included in the table where data is transferred.

Sender system has 5,862, but Receiver system only has 2, after the TDMS data copy.

Can anyone advise why this table is not copied from receiver?

Also, can you provide how can we be able to transfer this uncopied data from the sender system to the receiver system? Is this still possible via TDMS?

Thanks,

Philip

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  • Posted on Jun 10, 2014 at 06:53 PM

    Is that table falling within the time frame of your time slice, also are you performing a time slice?

    Looking to Google to find this as I wasn't sure what EQUZ is supposed to do, I found this - EQUZ Equipment time segment - SAP Table - ABAP

    Also what landscape is this for, ECC/SRM/CRM?

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    • If you are going to try a BPL for a single table, you may want to consult with your functional teams to know what ties into that the EQUZ table.

      I would review the log for the data selection process and verify if EQUZ was flagged for the timeslice package.

      Also what TDMS version and SP are you on for all 3 systems?

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    Posted on Jun 10, 2014 at 09:30 PM

    Hello Philip,

    You would have to raise a message for this in the TDMS component and you will receive the support you need.

    And yes, it is possible using TDMS to transfer this table alone using the troubleshooter options provided in the ERP time based scenario package.

    But my best guess is that the data may not belong to the time slice logic TDMS uses to reduce the data in EQUZ table. By raising a message TDMS colleagues will provide you with the reasoning for the same and also help you in understanding how to combat this scenario in the future packages.

    reagrds,

    Sreejith Rajashekaran

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