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Find out when request was created in SAP BI

Hi @all,

I have to load old requests in a new cube.

We ar on BI 7.0 and I want to find out when the request was created in BI because of the date - to update changed date of the data with the load data of the request.

I thought I could select the request in the start routine of the transformation and then update the field.

But I could not find the request number.

Do someone have an idea?

Kind Regards Manuela

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    Posted on Oct 09, 2010 at 06:33 AM

    Hi Manuella,

    If you see the definition of the start routine, you find that it imports the request number in field REQUEST

    METHODS

    start_routine

    IMPORTING

    request type rsrequest

    datapackid type rsdatapid

    EXPORTING

    monitor type rstr_ty_t_monitors

    CHANGING

    SOURCE_PACKAGE type tyt_SC_1

    RAISING

    cx_rsrout_abort.

    Use this request as REQUID30 to find the REQUID from table RSBKDATAINFO

    Check the table RSBKREQUEST using REQUID. You should be able to use the start timestamp field for your purpose.

    Try it and let me know if it helps

    Regards,

    Sujeer

    Edited by: Sujeer Abdul on Oct 9, 2010 8:39 AM

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