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ALE Delta for Transaction Data

Hi Experts,

I am planning to Created a Custom DS to capture EBAN Table Delta. I can do the same by creating a Custom DS of type MD Attributes and making that ALE delta enabled.

But my Query is will it pull the delta records properly as EBAN table don't have any filed to capture delta fileds and thats why i have to work this way aorund. Have anyone tried using creating a TD DS through MD attribute with ALE delta enabled.

If it worked please let me know what to put in the "Generic Delta" tab or its not required in case of ALE?

i found a link which also says to create the Delta DS for EBAN table using Delta Queue. please find the link below.

Can anyone please suggest what is the best/optimzied way to create out of these 2 for a table which don't have any delta capturing field in it.

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    Posted on Mar 29, 2011 at 08:02 AM

    Hi Amit,

    You can create a TD datasource and use field 'ERDAT - Changed On' for delta. This date, I guess, gets filled when a Purch Req is created and when it is changed. So you would not miss any records and this should work fine. Please check this with the functional consultant.

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