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DTP for Flat File

Hi Folks,

Long Time. Need some advice here.

I have sucessfully loaded data into PSA thru an infopackage using a Flat File.

Note i have 2 transformations one between cube and infoSource & infosource and datasource. Using old method.

Now the issue is loading into Cube or ODS using Data Transfer process from PSA.

I have set the semantic keys too, but still the data dosent go in at all.

Any suggestions would be highly appreciated.

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    Posted on Sep 15, 2006 at 06:13 PM

    Hi Pradeep,

    Problem is with data in fields, check the correct assignment of field lengths from psa to cube in transformations, try to delete the transformations and recreate them once again and check.

    Analyze the short dump or error log in cube manage option.

    Hope this helps.

    Thanks,

    Gnana

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      I am pretty sure that the error is in the data.

      But the problem i am facing is, i am not sure where, the log doesn't direct me where its failing, the earlier verisons used to give us a atleast a ball park.

      But as you said, i will try one more time even though i many tried couple of similar different options.

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2006 at 11:14 PM

    You dont have to send the data to InfoSource. Just create transformation to Infocube or DataStore Object and create DTP n execute it.

    Make sure the request is activated in InfoCube/DataStore.

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    Posted on Sep 13, 2006 at 02:17 PM

    Pradeep,

    What error do you get when loading from PSA to datastore object? there is no necessity to load to infosource and then to datastore object. you directly load from psa to datastore object. Did you create transformations for psa and datastore object? Is data available in psa?

    Thanks,

    Gnana

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2006 at 02:08 PM

    Hi Pradeep,

    I faced similir problem. After applying the oss Note 971584 - ASSIGN_TYPE_CONFLICT also, I got this error. I checked the possible cause of data fields to find out the error, thats how I corrected. You can write to SAP.

    Thanks,

    Gnana

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      Neo,

      Ask yoru BASIS team to implement the note.

      <i>In urgent cases, you can use the correction instructions. and wht does this mean.

      </i>

      the note states the correction instructions; this helps to the person who applies/implement the note.

      Thanks

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 04:27 PM

    Hi,

    To overcome from this problem “<b>Dump: ABAP/4 processor: ASSIGN_TYPE_CONFLICT</b>”, simple delete the constants and formula’s in the transformation and activate again. Now, load the data with out constants and formula’s. Now, you will not get any error.

    Now, delete the request from the data target. Again, change the transformation’s and add your constant and formula’s in the transformation’s and activate it. Now, reschedule the DTP. Now, you are not going to face any error.

    When I faced this problem, I followed the same procedure, it works.

    Siva Patil

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