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Dependencies b/n DSO settings change to DTP's & Transformations

Hi All,

I got a task to change the DSO settings. My doubt is to, if i change the settings in DSO then those changes will effect corresponding Transformations and DTP's ( like Inactive).

Thanks in Advance.

Regards,

Ramesh-kumar.

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  • Posted on Apr 07, 2011 at 06:24 AM

    HI ,

    If you change and Activate the DSO the relevant trnasformation and DTP will become inactive , you will have to activate them again

    Regards,

    Sathya

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    Posted on Apr 07, 2011 at 06:25 AM

    Changing a DSO setting means you need to Save it & Activate it.

    Once you have done that, the transformations & DTP to the further data targets will be in-active.

    You'll require to activate them separately.

    Also check the transformation from source -> DSO (one which is being changed).

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      Hello Ramesh,

      If you change the settings of the DSO, then corresponding TRFN & DTP gets inactive, but we need to check out for further data targets, so for this display the DSO, there you can find the where-used list, once you select that, then you can find all the TRFN and further data targets linked with DSO, so please check that TRFN's also, if any inactive, please activate them too.

      Thanks

      PT

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    Posted on Apr 07, 2011 at 07:06 AM

    Hi Ramesh,

    Yes you are correct. Whenever we change & activate DSO, the immediate Trans/DTP's (from DS to DSO & from this DSO to DataTargets) will become inactive. So you will have to activate them, collect them in TR if it needs to be transported to other systems.

    Hope it helps!

    Regards,

    Pavan

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    Posted on May 24, 2011 at 06:26 AM

    Dear Experts,

    Thanks a lot for sharing valuable content.

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