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Can't load data to a InfoCube

Hi,

I'm using minisap BW NW2004s with supportpackge 008. I created a infocube with all components necessary to upload a file to it: source system, data source, infopackge, transformation (datasource to infosource), infosource, transformation( infosource to infocube) and the infocube. All components are ok and active, but when I push the button "Start" in the infopackge it send me a message "Data was requested" but nothings happen, no record on the monitor and the infocube remains empty. I can read and display the file on the datasource. Can you help me?

Thanks a lot!

Marcus

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2007 at 01:37 PM

    Hi Marcus,

    I think you ignored the DTP(data transfer protocol) which is used to load the data from the datasource to the cube. Create a DTP for the transformations and load the data from the DTP it is like infopackage and loads the data within the BI system.

    In BI-7 infopackage does'nt load data upto the cube it only loads data into the datasource(PSA) from here on u need to use the DTP to load the data.

    Hope this helps,

    regards

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2007 at 01:43 PM

    Marcus,

    Check details Tab Page of the Monitor fromInfopackage and ST22 also for information. Check in the PSA log.

    Try reactivate your dataflow components. What is the error message?

    Regards,

    Nagesh Ganisetti.

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