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Generic Extractor Function Modules

Appreciate the source code or a link/ref to a working module that handles delta generic extraction based on date/pointer . I would guess it must also handle full loads , init and delta.

Thanks Mathew

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    Posted on Apr 08, 2004 at 05:28 PM

    Hello Mathew:

    Try this link.. and go to the download section. You will see the sample code from a article i wrote.


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    • Hi Satish,

      The information was great and thanks for access to the source code. I have a few queries on the same:-

      1. The Extractor source code has a reference to a 'Main Program' that has a number of includes for various FORMS(subroutines) eg LRSA3F01. (Some of the includes LZBW_SDTOP is missing in the source code) What is its significance as a generic extractor only works via a Function module and ZBW_GET_BETA seems to be complete in that respect.

      2. Is there any book or source of information you will recommend to put all of this (ALE or ALE change pointers) in context . I got the notes on your presentation at Orlando which covers the tables eg ROOSOURCE etc. that needs to be updated but cannot get a complete picture on how ALE change pointers work / is implemented. Hence this query.

      Thanks in advance.


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