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Infospoke - 2nd Datapacket data overwrite the 1st in the o/p file

I have implemented BADI in the infospoke to transfer the data to a different path/file (than mentioned in RSBFILE table). This working fine except, with the open selections, the extracted data is divided into 2 data packets. The log shows the extraction is successful, but the data available in the file is of 2nd data packet. i.e after successfully writing the 1st data packet, as this is the same file, its overwriting with the 2nd data packet.

1> Where do we set the size of the data packet for Infospoke?

2> I thought "delta" option might help, but currently I'm using "Full" load option and restricting the data for previous month due to business reasons (we need previous months data whether we execute the infospoke on the 1st of the month or 15th of the month)

Any suggestions?



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    Posted on May 04, 2004 at 11:46 PM

    You can set the packet size under general tab in the info spoke maintenance.


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      That was easy, (Overlooked the general tab and wondered if there were any other settings...) Thanks.

      I have realized that changing the size would not solve the problem completely as there can be huge data in some periods..

      Regarding the each data packet overwriting the prev. one, my open data set for 'appending' command fixed. We are deleting the old file at the unix so that I don't append the records to the old fine.


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