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I have an Delta Extraction into an InfoCube right now using 0EC_PCA_3. The InfoPackage filters on accounts then the DTP takes it from PSA into the InfoCube.. Can I create another InfoCube and extract data from 0EC_PCA_3 without interrupting the original loads? This new load would not filter anything like original load does?


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    Posted on Sep 21, 2009 at 03:33 PM

    The only contention that I see is at PSA of 0EC_PCA_3. If you have to retain all the delta loads associated with original loads in PSA, then you cannot have the new non-filtered data loads in the same PSA.

    If feasible move the filtering part from Infopackage to DTP in original loads so that you will have full non-filtered information in PSA which you can use for your new cube.

    or create a copy of the datasource with all its functionality and use it for new cube.

    Hope it helps!

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    • Former Member Kenneth Murray

      If re-init is straight forward and easy then you can do it. Otherwise you need not delete the data in the original infocube. Just need to add the filter in the DTP and proceed with the delta loads

      Since the PSA contains only the filtered information so far, you may need to do a full load/re-init anyway to get complete non-filtered information to PSA.

  • Posted on Sep 23, 2009 at 02:04 PM

    thanks for the info. I'll have to look into this in more depth.

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