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Can we enhance 0HE_SLC_MBK_1 - BW datasource to have module as selection

Hello All,

Is there any way you can

have the selection screen enhanced for the Module Booking extractor (0HE_SLC_MBK_1). Currently it has Student number and Busines Partner as options which are not suficient, there are time when we want to do a full load for just particular academic period or particular module so it would be great to have atleast these two options.

Having Module, Event Package and Academic Period as selection option would work great.

I tried modifying the extractor in our sandbox by going to RSA6 in change mode and selecting these boxes in the screen but that does not work and I get short dump. Do you have any ideas about this?

Thanks in advance,

Kiran.

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2010 at 03:30 PM

    Hi Kiran,

    You can enhance it, but you need to modify the coding of the extractor as well. Currently the Extractor is designed in such a way that it reads all the modules for all or a set of students.

    It does this via an OPEN CURSOR statement on the table cmacbpst. You would have to build in the new selection criteria via the RSA6 and then enhance the coding.

    It is a bit odd that you get a short dump when trying to change the extractor. What exactly are you running into? Maybe you should try to activate the extractor again in the RSA6 (mark it and use the pull down menu DataSource --> Activate).

    By the way...you probably cannot have this functionality via the usual customer exit but you would have to make a modification for this to work properly. The customer exit is only accessed AFTER reading all the data specified in the selection criteria.

    Jeroen

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