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0PY_C02 - Employee specific payroll data activation from bi content

Hi,

am facing a abnormality while activating 0py_C02 - employee specific payroll infocube. after the relevant datasource replication, in bi content tab, dragged and dropped the cube in the right side pane with indata flow before option .

but it is not displaying the relevant update rules/transfer structures etc., generally cube activation will bring all the relevant objects below till datasource/transfer rules.

0py_c02 doest seems to be....

any help?

Girish

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    Posted on Mar 26, 2011 at 12:33 PM

    Hi Girish ,

    Please follow these steps :

    1 . reactivate datsource .

    2. Reload infopackge

    3. check all required infoObjects are transferred or not .

    4. check whether all rules are getting satisfied in BI or not .Otherwise you need to do some firld level routine changes .

    5. Go to SE38, there is RSActivate Activate all transfer rule program and run that program to make sure all your inactive transfer structures are active.If you have made changes, reactivate the transfer rules.

    Hope this will be helpful.

    Regards,

    Jaya

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      Hi Jaya

      while activating the cube am not getting any error. infact i tried with all 4 options, indataflow, before & after, showing no error,

      but unable to establish connection from datasource to cube from bi content

      regards

      Girish

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    Posted on Mar 31, 2011 at 04:52 PM

    There is an OSS note which describes certain BW patch levels having issues where transfer rules/transformations disappear from BI content on the BW instance. I believe it applies to 7.0.19 and older, if I recall. Might want to search for it and take a look.

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