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Change default write mode


Is it possible to change the transfer behaviour from Array Insert into Single Insert when starting replication for tables?

The default method is Array Insert, but the problem is that table replication fails due to duplicate keys.

What I would like to achieve, instead of manually changing the transfer behaviour to Single insert for each table (almost 500), is that SLT uses Single Insert automatically when starting replication.



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  • Posted on Mar 07, 2016 at 08:56 PM

    Yes, we have resolved this issue by modify the transfer behavior to option 3. Array Modify.

    Murali Cheekati

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  • Posted on Jul 15, 2016 at 02:24 PM


    Im facing the same issue of duplicate key in SLT.

    Could you please help me out with the process to change the transfer behavior option to 3.


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    • Thanks for your reply.

      I have tried both the notes - 1919356 & 1905253 . But still showing the same error in one table .

      and another table giving the below errors -

      • Syntax error in function module /1CADMC/ACS_001000000000016
      • Error message: Field "LOGTAB-IUUC_SEQUENCE" is unknown. It is nei ther in one of the specified tables nor defined by a "DATA" s

      I have check the FM from MWBDISP tcode. but there its not showing any syntax error while I tried to activate it.



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