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Could 0FI_GL_4 and 0FI_AP_4 delta loads can be run at the same time?

We ran a big process chain to conduct the delta load data from R3. The big chain put data loads of 0FITX_O03, 0FI_GL_4, and 0FI_AP_4 in parallel to run. We find the delta loads for the former two are successful, but not the last one 0FI_AP_4. Delta load for 0FI_AP_4 does get the changed data for this delta run, but not the new ones. Then we manually run the delta load for this 0FI_AP_4, then it worked fine and brought in new data. What could be the reason why the delta load in process chain fails to bring in new data for 0FI_AP_4?

0FI_GL_4 and 0FI_AP_4 delta extractions affect/interfere to each other on R3 side to track the new records?

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    Posted on Jun 13, 2006 at 02:39 PM

    If you are using both 0FI_GL_4 and 0FI_AP_4 you should always run 0FI_GL_4 before 0FI_AP_4 because 0FI_AP_4 uses the same time stamps as of 0FI_GL_4 for delta.

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      Hi,

      Take a look on the note: 551044

      <i>However as soon as DataSource 0FI_GL_4 is loaded, it is the leading DataSource with respect to the time limits e.g. maximum time (CPU date) up to which the system is to extract. The data request in delta mode of 0FI_GL_4 should take place first, from the transfer of the data requests in the delta Init mode for pure delta operation. A consistent extraction of the FI data is achieved via the linking of the DataSources in the delta operation with regard to the time limiting. The functional consistency must be ensured, as outlined above, via the init selection criteria.</i>

      With rgds,

      Anil Kumar Sharma .P

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