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Delta Load error

Hi Friends

I've a delta load from R/3 loading into 2 DSO's and 2 cubes parallaly. The load was running fine but it's only updating into cubes successfully but not to ODS.

The error message says the request updated incorrectly.Repeat the request again and since it's delta load I've updated from PSA but still ending up with the same error.

How could i resolve this issue.

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Regards,

Chama.

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 06:25 AM

    Hi,

    can u please check whether the last request is activated in DSO or not if it is not activated activate it manually and then try again.

    may be the last is failed correct it manually

    Thanks,

    Pavan.

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      Hi,

      Along with the message Request not updated correctly; Please edit it will also show some Request ID. Take that request in RSRQ and check it could have been that request is loaded only till PSA, if so then push it from the PSA or could have been that that request would have been deleted without making it Red, if so change the request to Red. Then try activating the ODS.

      Regards,

      Neelesh Jain.

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