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Can I check whether my Next delta request to ODS will be successful?

Due to error, previous delta request (from R/3 to ODS) for a monthly load, has been deleted (both from ODS and PSA). so, Now I cannot reconstruct. I do not want to repeat delta also. There were zero records in that deleted request. So even if that request is not loaded to the target is also fine to me. But what worries me is, what will happen to my next delta?.

Whether my next delta will be successful or not. Is there a method by which, I can check ( or simulate and see) whether my next delta will be successful or not?

Appreciate your earliest support in this regard?

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    Posted on Jun 13, 2006 at 08:01 AM

    Hi Meyyapan,

    If I understand correctly you were saying that you have deleted a delta req from PSA and ODS for previous Month, and you are worried whether your load will have a problem this time,

    Just make the request RED in the Monitor.and leave it, the Delta checks for it and probably it brings the failed one and the new delta so the Activation is not affected.

    😊 Close this thread only after 15 days..

    Thanks,

    Krish.

    *assigning points is way of saying thanks..

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2006 at 01:41 PM

    Yes...I think there will be a problem but its not mandatory that it has to throw the error for the next delta upload itself.

    During activation of the ODS,it might throw an error.

    Try making an init without data transfer nad then I think the delta will not be a problem .

    Regards,

    Marc.

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2006 at 01:43 PM

    Hi Meyyappan,

    In T-Code RSA3 , Give the data source name , select the update mode as D and your BW target system and run the extraction . If there is any problem in extraction process then you can check the delta in R/3 itself .

    Before doing this make sure that you have data in delta queue ( RSA7 ) for your data source.

    Regards,

    Prakash B

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  • Posted on Jun 12, 2006 at 02:24 PM

    Hi Marc,

    Thanks for the quick reply. I am expecting the same error while activation. But I am also not sure if that error will occur or not. As the next delta load is to happen after 15 days, I have to plan for the remedies/ Fresh init with complete load. Mean while, I was wondering, if there is any method available for checking for error of the next delta.

    I cannot do Init w/o data transfer as we have got quiet some number of documnets that have been added to the delta queue after our earlier delta.

    Prakash: RSA3 is working fine. I am expecting an error while activation which cannot be tested through RSA3 ( I believe).

    Looking forward for some more/other inputs.

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2006 at 02:29 PM

    Hi,

    Just mark the total status of the deleted request to RED(in monitor).

    I think that will do and the ODS activation step will do through fine.

    During activation, the system checks this and if it finds the request RED, it will ignore this and the activation will go through fine.

    Regards,

    Marc.

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  • Posted on Jun 13, 2006 at 09:28 AM

    Hi Marc/Krish,

    Yes.. This solution of "Marking the status 'RED' in Monitor" - should work. I have done that now. I've to wait for 15 days to check, if this solution works fine.

    Thanks once again.

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