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How to fill the data in extraction queue (LBWQ)?

Hi,

I modified the structure of datasource 2LIS_02_SCL (change an append structure), since an error occurs when I check the datasource, I deleted the the deltaqueue in RSA7, before that, I also checked the extractorqueue, it was empty.

But when I excute OLI3BW to fill the extractor queue, it happens nothing.

How can I fill the data in extractor queue so that I can extract data from R3 to BW?

Thanks .

Regards

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2008 at 09:49 AM

    hi

    delete the setup table in LBWG and fill it using appropriate OLI*BW transaction.

    Regards

    Dina

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2008 at 09:08 AM

    Whta u have done is Filling setup tables not the extractor queu......

    Could you please tell whether ur load is delta load or Full load?

    Khaja

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      Thanks Khaja. Sure, data will be picked up from delta queue, instead of extract queue.

      But my problem is: I can not see any data in my extractor queue after excuted OLI3BW. So whatever it happens (LBWE), there is no data can be loaded to delta queue, and no data can be picked up to BW...

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2008 at 09:25 AM

    hi

    check whether the datasource contains any data in RSA3. delete the datas in the setup table and fill it up again in r/3 side.try it.

    Regards

    Dina

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