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How to reactivate master data and attributes in 0BATCH

Hi Gurus,

I am in big mess right now. Due to someones lack of knowledge I made changes in 0BATCH. To make those changes I had to delete all the master data and related tables /bi0/sbatch, /bi0/pbatch, and removed all the attributes too. That's when the problem started. Now I have to bring it back to its normal self (maintain master data etc...maintain tables...) how can I proceed.

Please help with step by step procedure as I dont want to make another mess. Also we have only two environments Dev and Prod. Hence, there is no way I can copy it from another environment.

What are the standard attributes for 0BATCH?



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    Posted on May 19, 2015 at 02:01 PM


    Assumed as you deleted data and tables.

    Select attr/text options at info object maintenance level and activate info object. so that will generate all back end tables(,P,Sid,T/M ) of your info object. Later convert your info object as info provider

    Later maintain data flow and load full data to info object 0batch.

    Run attribute change run.


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  • Posted on May 19, 2015 at 02:22 PM


    Master data have overwrite function, run the attr and text data source for respective master data object.

    while loading the master data SID's will generate.

    after activate the master data object -> select the object -> right click -> activate master data.

    if you getting any issue check the object in RSRV -> object consistency.


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