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Erase master data from characteristic

Hi all;

I need to erase all the values of one characteristic.

I had already erase all the data from the cubes, ods and PSA tables.

However, 1 record remains.

In SLG1 the message is that they are still used. But I don’t recognize the technical name.

Trying to search it, no results appear.

Any idea how to find it?

Thanks in advance.

Ricardo

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    Posted on Nov 13, 2007 at 03:13 PM

    Hello Ricardo

    SLG1 is for analyzing application log. Whenever you perform any activity on system it is recorded in application log in BALDAT table. It doesn't have data of char or cube or ODS it simply have activity dtaa like

    when did u delete any request, when,who run the attribute change run, who triggered the process chain and all. So when you even open an transaction it is also reecorded ...may be that one record is still there because u are opening SLG1. So don't bother abt that record

    Thanks

    Tripple k

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    Posted on Nov 13, 2007 at 03:59 PM

    Hi,

    run the 'where used' for your characteristic. May be it is used as a attribute of another characteristic. In that case you need to delete that master data too.

    kind regards

    Siggi

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 04:45 PM

    Hi all;

    After I had clean all the IC and ODS... i change the SID table.

    I had renamed the SID and then erase the data.

    Best regards;

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