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BW Delta issue

Hello Experts,

I have the following questions regarding BW delta mechanism,

1) Can we create an ABAP program which gets triggered as long as an entry is created in certain table (e.g. REGUP). This program in turn will trigger another program which will capture the changes and write them to delta queue (I already have this program)

Thanks,

Rishi

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  • Posted on Apr 01, 2009 at 09:40 AM

    Have you tried the Event based triggering of the second program. You do not need the first program.

    The second program can be triggered as and when the data is created in the transactions.

    Check with your ABAP experts, how to write the event based program.

    Ravi

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      Hi Rishi,

      I think the way you suggested will work fine as long as both the programs work fine.

      But this will be a huge overload and dialog process will be occupied i think each time the program initiates.

      So i think if you have time stamp or something similar you can directly get an delta mechanisim working.

      Hope this help.

      Regards,

      Dennis.

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    Posted on Apr 01, 2009 at 09:57 AM

    Hello Rishi,

    The best way to realize this is to create a generic datasource on table REGUP with the needed fields. If you want to capture the delta just by using one filed, then a Generic Datasource (GD) using Database table is a good option, but if delta is dependent on many fields, the (GD) using Function Module is a good option.

    The advantage is that you would just need ane program and not two. Also I think it is not possiable to pass any records to RSA7 without a DataSource.

    Regards,

    Pankaj

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