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Problem with 0HRPOSITION_ATTR

Hi All,

I am having a problem in extracting the data with 0hrposition_attr , the load runs for 30 hours. Could some one help me out on this.

Thanks,

Krish

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2006 at 01:47 PM

    Hi dear,

    did you read what described in OSS Note 313215 "Performance BW master data extraction 0HRPOSITION" ?

    Hope it helps!

    Bye,

    Roberto

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      Hello Sri,

      How long did the load take after implementing the note ? any significant difference ??

      I have a similar problem...does not take too long for the 0hrposition_attr extractor for the load...however, the 0hrposition_cctr_attr does not show me any data in rsa3. and the load also does not finish. In both the cases it is timing out without any errors.

      I would appreciate any suggestions.

      Thanks

      Kamal

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2006 at 09:46 AM

    Hello 😊 Krish,

    How r u ?

    Still the load is in YELLOW Status ?

    What are all the messages in the DETAILS Tab ?

    Is it showing (no FROM no Records) no of records correctly ?

    Try making the STATUS to RED and check the messages in Details Tab.

    Best Regards....

    Sankar Kumar

    +91 98403 47141

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      Hi Sankar,

      Doiing Good..Thanks

      This is a monthly load and it gets completed by 30 hrs. Thats not a problem , But I would like to know if it really takes that much time ??? and is there any SAP notes that needs to applied or Do I need to develop a Generic Extractor to improve the loading time?

      Rgds,

      Krish

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