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How to read data from livecache?

Please,how to read data from livecache?

I use this function '/SAPAPO/VS_ORDER_GET',

But hase a error "Connection to livecache failed"

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    Posted on Jul 07, 2004 at 08:08 AM

    Hi Jessie,

    if you're getting the error message "Connection to livecache failed" this usually indicates that the liveCache is down. If the liveCache is not down you can check the work process trace in TA st11 for further information. If the problem persists I'd kindly ask you to open an OSS message on component BC-DB-LVC.

    Kind regards

    Olaf

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2004 at 03:05 AM

    Hi Jessie

    Just wondering if you were able to read orders from livecache? I will be doing the same and was looking for info here.

    Andy

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      Yes, please can anyone tell me how to read data from livecache, how to know what is the data structure, how to see table content. I have pure ABAP experience and I don't understand execute procedure, etc etc.

  • Posted on Aug 23, 2004 at 01:20 PM

    Hello,

    the liveCache is an object oriented database.

    That means it is not possible to manage the data via

    SQL query.

    The data inside of the liveCache is managed via stored dbprocedures.

    Unfortunately the interfaces to these procedures are not released for the customers.

    That means you have to use the APO applications to work with the data inside of the liveCache.

    Best regards,

    Stefan Seemann

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