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Hi Experts,

I have Basic doubt .Recently my team gave me Additional work of Process chain Monitoring . I was not from SAP Technology. Though i am doing well in monitoring and resoving the simple issues. I have Some doubts.

In every process chain Master data load is followed by ACR step and ODS data load is followed by'Activation ' Step.

my doubts

'What is the Diffrence between Master data load and ODS load' . In case of Master data load Where data is loaded .IS it in info object?.

what ACR step do?

What Activation Step do?

If bad data format of data comes wrong from the source.

where process Chain fails .IS it in Load or Activation Step?

I have designed my Process chain in Development system.If i want to schedule daily do i need write any ABAP program/

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    Posted on Jun 07, 2006 at 09:54 AM

    Hi Anil

    When U load master data then the data is loaded into infoobjects so inorder to get this new daat get reflected into reports U have to run attribute change run.

    and when U load data in to ODS request will be there in new table after U activate the data only then will be reflected into the active table and change log table

    so that the new data is available for reforting or for futher procesing into further data targets

    If bad format data comes ( data mismatch or illegal chars ) it fails at load data only because of tranfer or updates rules depenting upon the tramsformation

    Regards

    Ajay

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