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master data deletion

hi all

i am deleting master data for particular x object which is involved in various cubes/dso's. but still data is not getting deleted.

there is tcode to check the deleted entries and where master data still exits in which cubes etc. could you please let me know the tcode to view the logs of master data where it still exists.

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 05:30 AM

    Hi Sanju,

    As you said 'some master data cannot be deleted' .

    Inorder to delete the master data

    1> goto tcode SLG1-- enter Object: RSDMD and Subobject: MD_DEL and User: ur userID and F8

    In the next screen Expand node and dbl click 'Problem class additional information'

    This will give u which ever objects using SIDs of this master data.

    You should delete this SID according to that list.

    Then U should delete particular data from DSO/Cubes.

    Once data deleted from cube, then

    Use Tcode RSRV -> Tests in Transaction RSRV -> All Elementary Tests -> Transaction Data -> Entries Not Used in the dimension of an InfoCube (Dbl Click)

    From the right side window, expand u201CEntries Not Used in the Dimension of an InfoCubeu201D Node &

    Enter InfoCube Name, click u201CTransferu201D

    Now, click u201CExecuteu201D (Toolbar)u2026 and the results displayed in the right side window..

    Now, click u201CCorrect erroru201D

    Regards

    KP

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