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Hi gurus,

I have one ods which is provided with data from 2lis_o4_matnr infosource.

Now due to some reason i want to delete entire data from this ODS.

My question is, is it enough to reload data from infopackage by doing init after deleting initial init from data package

OR

Should I delete data from r/3 setup table and reload data and carry out entire process of loading.

It would be great if some one can explain in what scenario we need to carry out above two scenario.

Regards,

Rahul.

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 10:31 AM

    Hi ...

    u need to perform the second option .. do the entire data processing ..

    for option one... the init will get only the records u filled up the at the earlier date.. fill up of setup data...u may miss the records which were delta after the last init.

    if u do the entire processing .. U will be filling the setup table again with all the records till now.. and the Init records will ther to init and then from there u can perform the deltas...

    hope it helsp

    regards

    CK

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 10:41 AM

    Hi Rahul,

    If you go with the first option, the problem is even if you do initialize again, You will miss the data that has come in the delta post init. hence You have fill ur setup tables again after deleting it and then load.

    If you are carrying out some update rule level changes and all your data is still in PSA you may consider the option of reconstruction of requests.

    Regards.

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