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2LIS_02_SGR Extractor brings in blank characterstics but records with KF

2LIS_02_SGR Extractor brings in records with blank characterstics but with the key figures populated on them. Has anyone else scene this?

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2009 at 03:31 AM

    Hi there

    Can you please ellaborate

    Have you checked RSA3 or PSA ? Were the fields blank there?

    could it be more to do with your Update rules where you have selected 'No Update' .



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  • Posted on Jul 21, 2009 at 12:55 PM


    I have installed 2LIS_02_SGR extractor in R/3. I am loading in BW via a 7.0 datasource and into an DTP/Transformation. While running the process I noticed I was getting extra records in the PSA that contained populated key figures but everything else on the record was blank. I then thought it was my user exit so I went to RSA3 in R/3 and testing the extractor without the user exit. I still got the blank records via RSA3. Out of a couple of hundred thousand I only recieved 10 or so records with this situation.

    Currently, my solution is to delete out any records with a blank material document in the R/3 user exit.

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    • Former Member

      That indeed seems starnge as Material Document Number is a part of key for EKBE table.

      Have you checked the data in EKBE? If everything is correct at the table level, then it could be something to do with the user exit ( handling of before / after image )

  • Posted on Jul 22, 2009 at 07:44 PM

    I have checked the EKET and EKPO tables to validate there were no records in question. I have also turned off the user exit and I still get the same blank records. Currently to get around it I am deleting out the blank records in the R/3 user exit.

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