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Is there any way to recreate migration object in SLT, without reloading or re-doing triggers

In spite of the fact that SLT is supposed to handle simple table changes in the source system, it doesn't always work.

Fields were added to a table in ECC source, and show in the target table, but somewhere in the of process or updating, replication has stopped. I have triggers collected in the logging table in ECC. And target table still has all the rest of the records.

But the table Migration Object was deleted in SLT. I reset flags, and have tried regenerating the runtime modules, and I can not get it to just "start replicating" again. Is there any magic program to recreate the migration object and to get the replication to restart where it is?

Every response I see to the issue about the replication object being deleted says to stop and restart replication. I.e. reload the tables to the target. And that is not what I want to do, if it could be avoided.

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  • Jan 19 at 06:30 AM

    Hi Ruth,

    Please check if the notes 2055599 and 2254415 could be of any help.

    Regards,

    Manish

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