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RDA method to extract MAster Data from R/3

We need to implement the way to extract the Master Data from R/3 As soon as it available in R/3, but it's not like the new MAster Data is loaded in R/3 every 5 minutes, it's more like 3 o 4 times a month and i thought about RDA method, just wanted to see you opinion on wheather it is a good option for such an infrequent loads to BW

Does this DAEMON eats a lot of system resources? Pleas if the answer could be provided by someone who actually use RDA, it be great!

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    Sep 16, 2008 at 10:31 AM

    Hi,

    We use RDA for systems where the load is very frequent, but a Process Chain would do the required in your case as the data gets updated only a few times in a month.

    RDA will be occupied in the Background Process, so that would create some problems. And it keeps on chiecking for new data.

    I feel its unnecessary. So, go for Process Chains

    Edited by: Vishal Sanghvi on Sep 16, 2008 12:33 PM

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    Sep 16, 2008 at 10:46 AM

    Hi,

    It depends on the scenario and the resources that you have. A RDA daemon will keep monitoring the R/3 queue and will occupy a Background process. If you know when the data is going to change in R/3 i suggest that you use a Process chain. If you dont know when the data will be available, and you can afford to use a background process go in for RDA. It all depends on your scenario.

    Regards.

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