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change formula and load data from PSA to DSO

Hi,

I need to change a formula in a Transformation rule from PSA to DSO.

After this change, to get the correct data in the DSO, I have to reload ALL the data from PSA to DSO.

My question is : instead of reloading from PSA to DSO, is there a trick to change the data DIRECTLY in the DSO ?

Thanks for the repies !

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 10:42 AM

    No Luc. For any changes in the transformation to reflect in the DSO, you have to reload the data from the PSA. There is no 'direct' method of changing the data in the DSO.

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      Hi,

      If u made changes only for the transformation from PSA to DSO, u need to just delete data from DSO and reload from PSA to DSO alone by running the corresponding.

      But u are saying the init is not available in bw? if u deleted the init u will need to do init again from the source system and to then to the DSO.

      Hope it helps.

      Regards,

      Rathy

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 10:47 AM

    HI,

    We cannot change the data directly in DSO.

    More over even if there is a chance in changing data, it leads to data inconsistency.

    any changes to the data in activetable (thedata which we look at) is captured in chage log.

    and this will happen only if dat is moved from new table to change log table.

    so to make changes directly is not possible for a normal DSO.

    Hope this helps,

    Thanks and Regards,

    Srinath

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