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Update ODS field

Hi all,

Can we directly change the value of a field in a record that is already stored in the ODS using update routine?

Loop at infopackage

Read ODS based on certain conditions

If found, Modify the value of a field directly?

Thanks,

Anirudh

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 04:26 PM

    Yes you can do .. but loop at datapackage...not at infopackage.

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      RSDRI_ODSO_INSERT: Inserts new data (with keys not yet in the system).

      RSDRI_ODSO_INSERT_RFC: see above, can be called up remotely

      RSDRI_ODSO_MODIFY: inserts data having new keys; for data with keys already in the system, the data is changed.

      RSDRI_ODSO_MODIFY_RFC: see above, can be called up remotely

      RSDRI_ODSO_UPDATE: changes data with keys in the system

      RSDRI_ODSO_UPDATE_RFC: see above, can be called up remotely

      The above APIs are used to update the transactional ODS.

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 04:37 PM

    Yes you can do everything in that ABAP code, also update a table.

    But pay attention, I don't suggest to modify directly the ODS directly with an ABAP routine, because you may lost the delta/change log mechanism.

    It's best to update with the routine the record in the standard way.

    Message was edited by: Sergio Locatelli

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