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when end user created one po in 2 items and deleted that and recreate 3 items in same po.

then by dso level is display 3 records in that particular po number ( i.e it display correct data)

but my cube level it display 5 records (deleted records also) i.e (i think , this is incorrect data ) in my billing cube

so please tell me what are the possible reasons is occurred and please tell me how to get correct data in my cube



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  • Posted on Dec 13, 2014 at 02:33 PM

    Hi Bala,

    Data in cube is correct, if you check the data in PSA you can find deletion indicator active against those 2 records which are deleted. You have to map deletion indicator to the cube & you have to consider only those records without active deletion indicator, whenever required.

    Thanks & Regards,


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  • Posted on Dec 14, 2014 at 06:55 AM


    for the particular PO have the 5 records in source side.

    in cube level you will get the 5 recrods menas already deleted the 2 items.

    new records you will see in the DSO active data table (3 records) and 2 records getting form the DSO change log table.

    changed reocrds will get form the change log tables.

    please check the deletion indicator at cube and DSO have.



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