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I would like to delete the old request in PSA before load new data in by using Process chain. I created a new variant and there are three options:

1. Data Process Transfer

2. Excute InfoPackage

3. PSA table (Where to find PSA table?)

I selected the first one, but not sure if it is correct or not. I add this between Start and Load InfoPackage. I got this error when I tried to Activate the process chain.

Process DTP_LOAD variant DTP_35P4ETBUBGLGB7AYPMSHDGVCC is referenced but is not a predecessor

What is the correct way to add the "Delete of Requests from PSA"?

Thank you!

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 05:08 PM

    Use 3. PSA table.

    Under Object Name, you can use the drop down and a "PSA Table" window will pop up where you can select your data source.

    NOTE: When the window pops up, you can scroll to the right a little and you will see the data source assigned to the PSA object name.

    Hope this helps.

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 04:52 PM

    Go to your infoprovider , right click and click on show data flow option.. have the technical names on .. fourth button in the screen..You would be able to see PSA table name here..

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 05:01 PM

    Delete requests should be last and before Create Index and after loads

    goto maintain variant of DTP and include correct DTP or Infopackage name ,same as used above.

    If you click on the long text of the error, it should give you the procedure to correct it.

    Hope it Helps

    Chetan

    @CP..

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