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Transfer Structure Application - PSA data not deleted

Table name /BIC/B000* (Transfer Structure Application ....infoSource) contains over 4 gig of data. It is maintained by an extractor from another SAP system.

Apparently this table contains PSA data however all my efforts to delete the data have been unsuccessful. I have tried using various levels including right-click on the infoSource and the PSA file itself. Whilst the PSA file entry is deleted from the view in RSA1OLD/PSA, the data on the /BIC/B000* table above is not deleted.

The version is SAP NetWeaver 2004s.

Has anybody encountered this scenario?

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    Posted on Jun 29, 2007 at 10:39 AM

    Find out all psa tables from transaction RSRV(analysis and repair of bw objects).

    Take down the names of all psa tables and save it to spreadsheet by right clicking on psa.

    Then go to RSA1 and PSA.Take the name of Info source and search in PSA.

    Go to that client and right click on Delete PSA Data

    You will come to a screen which shows delete PSA data.Schedule it and delete the data.

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    Posted on Jun 29, 2007 at 10:51 AM

    Hi,

    run RSRV elementary test "Consistency Between PSA Partitions and SAP Administration Information"

    and let us know the outcome.

    hope that helps...

    Olivier.

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