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Data not coming from smq1 into rsa7

Hi,

We use 2 standard extractors 2LIS_18_I0NOTIF and 2LIS_18_I0TASK in our system to pull data into BW. I am trying to change the delta mode from current Direct Delta to Queued delta mode (in Quality environment). After changing it, I am not getting any data into RSA7 even though I can see some data in SMQ1 and I have run V3 job as well.

Can someone suggest as to where I am going wrong.

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    Posted on May 24, 2010 at 02:01 PM

    Hi,

    Please check the question discussed here :

    -Vikram

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      Hi,

      Please follow the steps below:

      -->Lock the users

      -->Empty the delta queue

      -->Delete Set Up tables

      -->Deactivate the data source

      -->Change the Update Mode

      -->Save the setting

      -->Replicate the data source

      -->Start the Statistical Set up - Ensure you have a plan to split the data say based on PO or Document date. So you will run the Statistical set up in a split way.

      -->Start BW Init

      -->Realign the delta for old timings

      -->Unlock the users

      -Vikram

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2010 at 04:57 PM

    Hi,

    We are facing the same issue for 2LIS_04_P_MATNR, there are over 600 records in SMQ1; but in RSA7 it shows 0 records. We also ran the V3 job. Our delta mode is already set to Queued delta. So I don't understand why it is not getting populated in RSA7. Do i need to change it to Unserialized V3 Update?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks

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