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Data can be seen in RSA3 but NOT in PSA

Hi all,

I have enhanced 0FI_GL_4 with Payment Details from PAYR table and I could see the data for the added fields in RSA3, but not in PSA.

I have done the following on BW side:

1. Replicated the DataSource.

2. New fields are added in to ODS and activated.

3. New fields are added in to Communication Structure and activated.

4. Field mapping has been done for the new fields in the Transfer Rules/TransferStructure and activated.

5. Verified the Update Rules and looks good and activated.

6. There are no restrictions in the infopackage selections.

7. I am loading the Delta INIT only.

I could see the columns for the new fields in PSA, but they don't have the data.

What could be the problem, PLEASE ???

Thanks,

Venkat.

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2008 at 07:31 PM

    When I faced something similar with 0FI_GL_10, I could only solve this by deleting and re replicating the datasource in BI.

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    Posted on Jan 18, 2008 at 09:12 PM

    Hey Venkat,

    The Delta Init is only for Initialization of the delta process, it doesnt bring any delta or data to the psa. for this you have to create ne more infopackage for Delta load and run this Infopackage then you can find the data in your psa. This is the normal mistake.

    Create a dtp for this infopackage as well using delta mode.

    I hope this helps, if u find more problems post me abt this.

    Assign points if it helps,

    -Harshal

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