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how to retrive the new reocrds which are posted at the time of loading data

hi experts

i have a doubt

if we are performing a load operation at the time of loading if client posts some new records related to the current load is those records will be transferred to the target with the current load or we have to load them at the time of delta load, what will be the problems occurs at this situation

also we are having an option in RSA3 ---BLOCKED ORDERS is it going to helpful for this situation

also i found some answer like at the time of loading we need to lock the base tables so that the new data will be blocked is it the solution for the above scenario

thanks in advance

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    Posted on Mar 30, 2011 at 07:21 PM

    Hello SAP,

    In that case you have the timestamp which will control the time between the first load occurs and the time which it has to wait until next load

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    Posted on Mar 31, 2011 at 06:00 AM

    Hi Lokesh,

    Not clear if you are referring to posting of records during an initialization activity or normal delta, full loads. In case of an initialisation for a LO Cockpit datasource you cannot allow any postings to be done in the source (ECC) system. In case of normal delta, full loads, the changes are stored in tables/extract structures/delta queues and are not affected by the changes in the source system during that time. The changes done during that time are captured in the next delta run.

    Hope this helps!

    You may want to refer to blogs from Roberto on the extraction methods and their operations.


    Kunal Gandhi

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      With early delta initialization, you have the option of writing the data into the delta queue or into the delta tables for the application during the initialization request in the source system. This means that you are able to execute the initialization of the delta process (the init request), without having to stop the posting of data in the source system. The option of executing an early delta initialization is only available if the DataSource extractor called in the source system with this data request supports this.

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