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Diff between LIS and LO Cockpit extractions

Hi Roberto,

I need diff between LIS and LO Extractions.

I have searched the whole forum. But i didn't find.

Please tell me.

Bye

Surya.

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2004 at 11:22 AM

    Hi Surya,

    just some infos about LIS flows....

    with Plug-In 2001.2 S2xx-Structures have been replaced by Logistics Extraction Cockpit. However, R/3 releases 4.x support S2xx-Structures and Logistics Extraction Cockpit in parallel.

    With new LBWE extractors there are a lot of benefits:

    - Detailed Extraction: extraction can be deactivated (e.g. Schedule Line Data) leads to leaner extractors with less volume.

    - Document Changes: only BW-relevant data changes will be updated (less upload volume).

    - LIS-Tables are not updated reduced data volume due to avoided redundancy.

    - Update with Batch-Process (V3) -> no load on daily business (but now there are available different delta methods as the direct delta...)

    - No LIS-Know How necessary.

    - Functional Enhancements easy to be done.

    - Central, uniform maintenance tool for logistics applications (LBWE)

    - No Delta-Tables (SnnnBIW1/-2) no double update, no double Data-Storage

    - A lot of flows are covered: Purchasing,Inventory Controlling, Shop Floor Control, Quality Management, Shipment, Sales, Shipping, Billing, Plant Maintenance, Customer Service, Retailing....

    If you want some more info, feel free to ask me !

    Bye,

    Roberto

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