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Missing records in 0FI_GL_14 and 3FI_GL_1L_SI

Hello all!

We are facing some problems during the datasource extraction 0FI_GL_14 and 3FI_GL_1L_SI.

We did a enhancement in 0FI_GL_14 and 3FI_GL_1L_SI adding a field ZZBEWAR (BSEG-BEWAR) and is works fine as the image sequence below:

Note that the record filled with “170” in ZZBEWAR field:

Well, my problem occurs after the extraction by infopackage in BW because some records are missing in PSA. In this example, we did an I extraction with just 1018 records as the image below:

Note that the some records in the ZZBEWAR (transaction type field) are missing during the load.

I´m thinking that this situation was happened because the package size is small, then, when we start the INIT DELTA load, some records are being missed…

In my ECC side, I have the follow:

  1. a) ROIDOCPRMS table = empty (in this case, ECC will use the standard configuration to create the packages during the extraction).
  2. b) I have analyzed the extract structure (FAGLPOSBW) in SE11-Utilities-Runtime Object and the size table is 2.368kb. The note 409641 gives some examples to calculate of packet size and I have tried to change the parameters unfortunately without success…

The point is: If I increase the MAXSIZE to maximum recommended by SAP (50000), my load increases the quantity of records per package but the load performance decreases and my records still being missed… Not all records are missing… Just some records…

I was thinking that my code was wrong but in RSA3 is working...

Could you please give me a idea about what is happening?

Thanks in advance...

Alex Moreira

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  • Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 05:34 PM

    I increase the packet size according my needs. It´s ok now.


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