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LO Extraction - 2lis_17_13hdr

Hi Gurus,

I am extracting data from the 2lis_17_13hdr. For this in lbwe i have setup unserialized v3 as update mode & have scheduled the job. I have deleted & executed the setup tables & in rsa3 i am able to see data for this extractor. Next in BW i have created an IP for delta initialization without data transfer & in the monitor (details tab) it shows 1 record fetched (but in psa no records). Now my first question is what is this record.

Next I have tried to run a delta update but its not fetching any records, the request is successful but it shows 0 records fetched.

Why is this?

Thanks & Regards,

Shreesh.

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    Posted on Nov 12, 2009 at 07:30 AM

    Hi,

    The 1 record which you have seen, when you done the intilization without data transfer is just a help record, it does not contain any data (It is just like initialization has done succesffully).

    Next I have tried to run a delta update but its not fetching any records, the request is successful but it shows 0 records fetched.

    Why is this?

    Check the datasource in LBWE whether it is acitve or not.

    Veerendra.

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    Posted on Nov 12, 2009 at 07:30 AM

    Hi,

    Please follow bellow Two answers for your questions:

    1. Check the what is that record. when you load infopacakge 'init with out data transfer' it wont load the data.

    2. The delta load fetchs the data from RSA7(Delta Queue). soif it have not any data then you can get 0 records in BW side.

    Regards,

    Suman.

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