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Need help wiht LBWQ and RSA7

Hello,

I need to check for application 11 wheather there are any records left in LBWQ or not and also I need to check wheather there are any records avilalbe in RSA7 can you please give me CLEAR STEPS for this how can I check that.

also I need to know what is importance of SM13 what it show/ what information we get from it from delta records prospective.

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Thanks

Krish

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    Posted on Sep 06, 2006 at 07:43 PM

    in LBWQ, look for entry MCEX11, this will give you what you have in the queue for a V3 delta.

    In RSA7, select the datasource you want to check, go in details and select delta update. You'll see what records are in that queue.

    If you've setup Queued Delta in LBWE, you'll see the delta queue in SM13.

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2006 at 10:35 AM

    Hi Krish

    go to RSA7 and select your Datasource to check document data in update queue

    all the document data will be posted to delta queue (SM13) from base tables except in the case when you choose your Updatemode as queued delta and from delta queue the document data will be sent to Update queue (RSA7) in LUWs

    hope i am right, and you got what you want?

    Regds

    Dhanu

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