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R3016 - DataSource &1 has to be replicated (time stamp, see long text)

Hi,

Our datasource encountered the error below after system upgrade in R/3. I've already replicated the source system and activated the transfer rules.

R3016 - DataSource &1 has to be replicated (time stamp, see long text)

I understand that this happens when the timestamp of R/3 system is greater than the on in BW system

But what I would like to know is where can I see the timestamp of the datasource in R/3? I've already tried checking ROOSOURCE in R/3 but it's not there.

Why does will the timestamp be changed during system upgrade in R/3?

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    Posted on Apr 27, 2015 at 09:59 AM

    Hi,

    Please check tables -

    ROOSPRMSC

    ROOSGENDLM

    RSOLTPSOURCE

    Below tables related to FI/CO data sources.

    BWOM_SETTINGS

    BWOM2_TIMEST.

    Can you try to activate transfer rules thru program - RS_TRANSTRU_ACTIVATE_ALL and see.

    Thanks

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    Posted on May 14, 2015 at 08:35 AM

    the timestamp is the change date of the extract stucture or the definition of datasource, which ever has a more recent change date.

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