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Why 0FI_Gl_40 is not delta supported?

Hi Team,

Why 0FI_Gl_40 General Ledger Accounting: Line Items datasource is not delta supported? Full upload of FI-GL line item for any big industries is not a feasible solution. 0FI_GL_4/14 all prev extractors were delta enable but why SAP has made new 0FI_GL_40 delta disable? Quite strange step. Please share with me your suggestion or view.

Thanks & Regards,

Ashish

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    Posted on May 10, 2010 at 08:44 AM

    Hi

    This is because your ECC environment has been upgraded to EHP3 or EHP4, doesn't mean that the New GL Reporting is automatically available and being used. It has to be configured. Therefore, if you're planning on using the New GL Reporting DataSources, make sure that it has been configured for use in your ECC environment. This can be easily done, if you don't have a communication line with your FI functional people, you can see if data is being populated to the newly introduced table FAGLFLEXA and/or FAGLFLEXT. If there's no data in those tables, you won't be able to use the New GL Reporting DataSources.

    Now, having provided that caveat, if you do have the New GL Reporting configured in your ECC environment and want accounting document item data with delta, then you should take a look at the 0FI_GL_14 and 3FI_GL_XX_SI DataSources. You can use the 0FI_GL_14 DataSource for ledger 0L (leading ledger) and the 3FI_GL_XX_SI DataSource (XX would be the ledger designation) for the RS and LG ledgers. All 3 of these DataSources would then flow into DSO 0FIGL_O14.

    Santosh

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    Posted on Apr 30, 2010 at 06:42 AM

    Hi Team,

    Any clue/Idea/suggestion?

    Thanks & Regards,

    Ashish

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2010 at 12:44 AM

    hi Ashish Lakdawala :

    i had the same problem,

    any help please?

    Best&regards

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