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Hi Friends

Is it possible to load delta upload into PSA first and then to load into ODS's and after that load intoCubes.Since it's delta if the load into ODS failed then it causes may loose the data.

How flexible is this procedure?

Regards,

Chama.

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 09:08 AM

    Hi,

    In BI 7, data from source system is loaded into only PSA. ucan't load into any datatarget like DSO & cube using infopackage, whether it may be delta or Full load.

    From PSA u have to use DTP to load into CUbe/DSO.

    So if u r using BI 7 ur approach is correct.

    In BW 3.5 also u can load upto PSA , and then from PSA to DSO/Cube.

    Narendra Reddy

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      Hi,

      In the processing tab of the Infopackage you can select the option PSA and then into Data targets and just include this Infopackage in the chain.

      Or else if you want the update from PSA as a separe step in the Process Chain then in the processing tab of the Infopackage you can select the option Only PSA and uncheck the option Update Subsequently in the Data Targets. And in the Chain add the infopackage and then include the step Update from PSA and add this Infopackage as the variant.

      Regards,

      Neelesh Jain.

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 09:49 AM

    Hi Friends

    I've loaded data into PSA. Now I want to load into 2ODSs and 2cubes. I want to load seperatley into first ODs and Cubes.

    How can I do it?

    Regards,

    Chama,

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