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Change data in DSO

Hi

I have see there is a 0RECORDMODE in this forum regarding the DSO change log.

But I still don't understand how to use it.

For example,

In my DSO, I already have data. Now I want to change/update some of the records in the DSO. How can I utilize the 0RECORDMODE. Or I just simple reload the change/update records into the DSO from PSA?

My BW is BI 7.0. Thanks.

Halomoan

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2008 at 04:04 PM

    selectively delete the data and simply reload

    -- Amit

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2008 at 11:21 AM

    Hi,

    You need to do the selective deletion only if you are sure that the data in the DSO is corrupted.You can find the selective delete option in teh Contents tab of teh DSO.

    And for your question, I dont suppose you have data corrupted in the DSO.

    Its just that you want to load more data.Try loading the new data as delta, if you have the delta mech set up ELSE load as full.

    The DSO will adjust the KFs based on the options you have given in the field transformations (summation/overwrite).

    Regards,

    Anoop P

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