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LO COCKPIT ARFCSTATE, TRFCQOUT

HI EVERYBODY,

CAN ANYBODY EXPLAIN ME WHAT ARE THESE TABLES AND WHAT KIND OF A ROLE DOES THEY PLAY IN LO EXTRACTION .

ANY DETAILED EXPLAINATION WILL BE APPRICIATED.

THANKS AND REGARDS

NEELKAMAL

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2005 at 08:42 AM

    Hi Neel!

    Each record found in the ARFCSSTATE table corresponds to a LUW in the delta queue.

    For each LUW, system decides if it is to be imported subsequently into the BW system or not.

    For all LUWs not to be transferred to the BW system, the status in ARFCSSTATE is set to 'READ'.

    All LUWs to be transferred to BW are in TRFCQOUT table, with /among the other things) the chronological sequence to follow during the upload (specified in QCOUNT field).

    Hope now is clearer...

    Bye,

    Roberto

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2005 at 08:34 AM

    Hi Neelkamal,

    The tables TRFCQOUT, ARFCRSTATE and ARFCSSTATE contain the details for the RFC details for the system. They are maintained for all the RFC calls irepsctive of whether it is LO extraction or not.

    I guess somebody would have greater info on this.

    Bye

    Dinesh

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2005 at 08:36 AM

    Hi Neelkamal,

    In extraction the data moves from source system to destination system with the help of RFCs, so in order to keep a record for these RFCs we store Description the status of the RFC. So this function is done by the Transparent Table (TRFCQOUT) which gives you the details like Logical Destination, tRFC queue status etc. whereas ARFCSTATE is not a Table but a Data Element, which helps you to determine the status of ARFC call like whether it's Recorded, Read or mailed etc.

    I hope it makes some sense and helps you.

    Regards,

    Amit

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