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Specify delta-specific field to generic delta

Hi,

I'm trying to create a generic delta for an datasource Z* created over a standard table. I added some new fields to this table as a new append extraction structure and i have there an field that will enable to control the date of last load run.

The problem regarding this is that when i access to the tcode RSO2, click on the "Generic Delta" button and click on F4 button to see the list of fields available to specify the delta-specific field, i can't find (in this list) the field i referred above (that will enable to know the date of the last run). I only can see fields that are stored on standard table. None of the added fields (on the append extraction structure) are available here.

I already defined this field, on datasource, as "Unhidden field" and i need to maintain that.

Can anyone, please, help me?

Many thanks in advance.

Kind regards,

HT

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    Posted on Feb 12, 2010 at 10:29 AM

    Hi Helder,

    Rather than adding the field to the structure create a view on the tables and then you can have your field enabled for delta. The generic delta does not consider the fields in the extraction structure.

    Regards,

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