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Revert Deleted PSA Request for LIS Data Source

Dear All,

Unfortunately we deleted the Delta PSA Request on 24th November from Data Source 2LIS_12_VCITM in BW system.

I could find the Deleted PSA Request entries in PSA Table: /BIC/B0000550000

But Actual PSA Table for 2LIS_12_VCITM is /BIC/B0000550001.

We need this request back to our PSA.

Could you please help us how can we get the deleted PSA request back to PSA.

Why do we have 2 PSA tables for one data source?

I have read SDN forums and I understand Deleted PSA cannot be reverted.

Thanks for your help.

Regards,

Anjee

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2014 at 03:42 PM

    Now you can't revert back the deleted request.

    Again you activate your data source and find the correct psa.

    Delete the other psa table.

    Later with help of date(24 Nov 2014) and time you need to find all delta records which were changed/newly created 24/23 Nov dates. later you can load them into bw thru repair full request with proper selections.

    For LO Data source we need to delete and refill set up tables.

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2014 at 04:43 AM

    Hi

    As you have discarded the full load option in your initial post itself, i have not suggested that.

    The tables which i have mentioned are correct. You can restore your list of tables too. There is no harm in restoring them all for last 7 requests.

    I agree RSA7 is not an option for you.

    Otherwise you can do repair full loads for the selected date range in the infopackage.

    I had a bitter experience manipulating delta time stamps in ROOSGENDLM table back in 2010. I have learned a big lesson that time not to touch it anymore. If you want to try with it, it is up to you.

    Conclusion : The most optimistic solution would be Repair full loads or restoring tables. ROOSGENDLM is strictly not advised

    Grant points if it helps.

    Thanks and Regards

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