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No Records in RSA7

Hi Gurus

I have new ECC system connected to BI 7.0 , I have activated LO datasources and also filled up set up tables but when I go to RSA7 there is no records( I have also tried to run LIS job(V3 Job) but no records/Datasource in RSA7).

would you pl advise what can be wrong?

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    Posted on Jul 31, 2008 at 03:40 AM

    Hi Kris,

    RSA7 is the delta queue which doesn't gets data from the setup tables. The setup tables are meant for full loads. When you run the V3 job, it transfers data from lbwq to RSA7. So, check if you have any data in lbwq because if you don't have anything there, then the V3 job won't transfer anything to RSA7. Also, make sure that a transaction is actually being posted on the R/3 side which is then recorded in lbwq and then when you run V3, it gets transferred to RSA7.

    Hope it helps. Assiging points is the way of saying thanks at SDN.

    Thanks,

    Rishi

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    Posted on Jul 31, 2008 at 04:45 AM

    Hi Krisna.

    Make sure you replicated the Datasource in BW which you had activated in R3, For Full update or Delta update you need to replicate datasource in BW

    RSA7 is meant for only Delta reocrds (Changed or New records). Inorder to have delta queue you need to Initialise the delta in BW and then run v3 jobs in r3 so that the Data is pulled from lbwq (outbound queue) to rsa7 (delta queue).

    In BW you can start Delta extraction.

    Reward Points if helpfull

    Thanks & Regards

    Hari

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