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How to know the target infopackage/ objects on APD CSV file as result

Hi experts,

I just want to know if it is possible to know the target of the csv file that is populated from APD to AL11. Sample, I have the csv file in /aaa/bbb/ccc/ddd.csv path in AL11, can I know what infopackages or reports or any objects in BW is the target of the path in AL11? how can i know that the file on the AL11 will be populated in its target? and what are the targets of the path in AL11?

thank you in advance on your answers

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  • Posted on May 12, 2015 at 01:08 PM

    You might be able to work out the target for some files, but in the general case it's not possible. This should be obvious when you consider that I can enter a file name into an infopackage, run the package and then change the file name. Or load the same file into two entirely different infopackages. Or a program might copy a file from one place to another, renaming it, and then that file is picked up by another infopackage, etc. etc.

    The "al11" is just the file directory of the application server. There's nothing more to it.

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    • Hi Ethan,

      AL11 just shows the path of physical files stored in drive . In the path which is displayed we can see the output file but it is not not possible to know who is assessing that file as anyone can consume it having access.

      However from the Tcode " sxmb_moni " you can check Logs of XML messages / files sent from BW box to other system ( PI) and the relevant status .

      Regards,

      RKS

  • Posted on May 13, 2015 at 02:32 PM

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  • Posted on May 13, 2015 at 02:35 PM

    Hi Ethan,

    Please go through the table RSANT_PROCESSR, here you can find both flat file as well relevant APD.

    fields

    PROCESS: APD technical name

    TARGET_OBJNM - you can where data is going to be update either flat file/infoobject/dso etcc

    Thank you,

    Nanda

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