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2lis* - Initial & Full Load

HI, here is my question:

im loading data trough 2lis_13_vaitm extractor in a delta mode to a Cube.

I have to load a specific invoice, how can i do it ? DO i have to create a another InfoPackage (full mode) and filter the invoice in the infopackage?

Please, clarify me the way to mix delta load with full load.

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    Posted on Oct 02, 2009 at 06:28 PM

    If you need to extract and load a billing document, using the 2LIS_13_VAITM DataSource, you would have to do the following:

    1) Delete the setup table for Application 13 in tcode LBWG on the source R3/ECC system.

    2) Go to tcode OLI9BW, in the source R3/ECC system, and execute a setup for that one billing document in the Sales Document selection.

    3) Execute a Full Repair extraction InfoPackage in your BW system, for DataSource 2LIS_13_VAITM. Create one if you don't already have one available. No selection criteria would be needed for this InfoPackage because it should only pickup the billing line items for the billing document that you specified in the setup selection, because Full extractions pull from setup tables and Delta extractions pull from the delta queue process you've setup in the source R3/ECC system.

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    Posted on Oct 02, 2009 at 06:27 PM

    Hello!

    Yes, create another infopackage and set that to Full update. Use your invoice number in the selection and load it. You cannot mix delta and Full update modes in a single infopackage. Choose one will deactivate the other option.

    Before loading a full update of your invoice ensure that the record is already not present in your DSO and if it does perform a selective deletion to remove it.

    I hope this helps.

    Thanks.

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