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Why isnt there a delta extractor for CCA Commitments

Can someone explain why there is not a delta extractor for CCA Commitments; whereas there is one for CCA Actual - Line Items?

Both CCA commitments and Actuals are stored in table COSP; which has no date/time stamp. Somehow the CCA Actuals can be delta enabled, however.

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    Posted on Aug 31, 2006 at 08:41 AM

    The actuals are actually taken from COVP - this is a view across COBK and COEP (from memory - I could be wrong)

    COBK has the timestamp that is used - there is no requirement to take changes to CO documents as you cannot change any important information in CO relevant for BW

    If you do - then the change is not reflected in BW

    Regarding why no delta for commitments - I can not comment - I avoid this like the plague

    Have you see Note 721519 - Delta update for FI-FM DataSources

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      RSA2 on the R3 side for the datasource - then look into the function module displayed (middle right)

      Most of the FI stuff is function module

      Look for a WHEN ... "delta

      sort of comment and drill down and read (boring and tedious I know... but who ever said this was exciting work)

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