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enhance additional fields for RDA


what is process need to follow if I want enhance fields to dso which is using loading process as RDA. and what is process follow while moving to production and what is process I need historical loads for rda dso.

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    Posted on Mar 28, 2015 at 03:47 AM


    you are enhancing the info obejcts to dso?

    you want enhace the fields to rescepctive data source at ECC

    if yes enhace the data soruce at ECC side then wirte the code for the enhaceing the fields at CMOD.

    check the data for all fieds in RSA3.

    repicate the data soruce form ECC to BW

    add the info obejcts to DSO -> create the transfromation form data source to DSO

    data loading

    you want historical for the new fields you want delete the data form the DSO then full load again.

    delete the existing delta pointer in IPK do full load again set delta pointer at IPK.



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  • Posted on Mar 28, 2015 at 02:54 AM


    Whats your data flow?

    Assuming as source field might be exist at source/psa.

    at Dev system you can add required info object to DSO.

    do the proper transformations from source.

    if you at PSA/source there is no historic data then delete psa/dso data.

    Load historical data from source to psa and then dso..further.

    at prod. Stop DSO data flow process chain.delete delta pointer at data source level.

    move your changes to prod.

    load full load.

    run init info pack without data.

    set delta pointer and continue your loads.

    At DSO level data deletion not mandatory if your dso key fig are over write option. But memory wise better to delete old data and reload historic data.

    Think twice and follow your actions.


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