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Data Loading directly into an object

I have had data load failures due to time out on the BW side. I am now trying a load directly into the object (no PSA) is there anything that I should consider beforehand? Thanks

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2005 at 08:13 AM

    Hi Niten,

    Yes. You can do that. One disadvantage is you would not be able to reconstruct the data (in case of Cube and ODS) if no PSA is used.

    If you are loading only to master data then the disadvantage would be that you would not be able to look at historical values. Lets say some user wants to know what was the value for an info-object in December. Now since the master data is always over-written and if no PSA is maintained then you would not be able to trace the value.

    Bye

    Dinesh

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2005 at 07:56 AM

    You can do that directly, but you can increase the time

    out : go to infopackage and select the schdule menu ,in that menu you can mention your time out, for doing this you need access for this, generaly basis people have access rights for this.

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