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I was doing one enhancement(adding one extra field) in dev and i have loaded my complete prod data to dev in single to test the results in dev.

After making the change i ran the report in both dev and prod, actually i should see same result but i see less no. of records in dev than compared to prod.

I know for sure it is because of sap exit 0S_RQMRC.. I didn't understand how it is filtering the data..

Please find below screenshots and let me know what no. does it indicate below. Because this no. is different in dev and in production,though there is same amount of data in both dev and prod. Thanks.

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    Posted on Aug 15, 2016 at 12:24 PM

    Hi Praveen,

    your talking two concepts here.

    one is data source enhancement and other one is SAP Exit?

    at reporting level, if your seeing less data then please check at your targets(Dev/Prod) and find the record count.

    try to apply same filters/selections/restrictions as per the report and see the data count at target levels.

    use Tx - LISTCUBE.



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    • Hi Kalyan,

      I was not saying about datasource enhancement.

      I just added a field in the cube.

      As i mentioned earlier, i have copied complete data from prod to dev and using same query both in prod and dev and both are having same filters, so basically it should bring same results.

      As you said, i have already tried checking data at cube level in both dev and prod and data looks similar.

      But when i run the query,in dev and prod it is showing different results and i am thinking that it is because of sap exit 0S_RQMRC.

      I want to know how sap exit 0S_RQMRC works. As i mentioned in my screenshot it is showing a number which is diff in dev.

      My concern is how exit 0S_RQMRC works.

      Thanks in advance.

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