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Data Type DATS not accepted in DOE.

Hi All,

I am working on the transaction SDOE_WB in the middleware.

I have created a GetList and GetDetail for the Salesorder and i am using them in my Backend adapter.

The Getlist has the following fields VBELN VKORG KUNNR AUDAT and AUART .

When I trigger a initial download, out of the 7800 records in the backend only 6600 comes to the CDS and the rest of the data

comes in when I do a delta download. I want to know why?

I tried putting a break point in the Generated method GET_KEY and I get a dump saying you attempted to move one data object to another. This is not possible here because the internal tables concerned are neither compatible nor convertible

When I remove the AUDAT field from the GetList the error is getting resolved.

I wanted to know if the DOE does not accept the data type DATS.

I Tried with every other data type int4,curr,dec and others all work fine except for this one.

Can someone please give me an explanation for this?



Edited by: krutheeka on May 4, 2011 10:53 AM

Edited by: krutheeka on May 4, 2011 10:54 AM

Edited by: krutheeka on May 4, 2011 10:54 AM

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  • Posted on May 04, 2011 at 11:10 AM

    1. DOE supports all the data types. There is no restriction such that.

    Can you compare signature in backend table and the GET LIST & GET DETAIL structures used and the DOE nodes.

    2. How is the initial load done? Is it backend push / DOE triggered?

    From where the delta load is triggered. from DOE? SDOE_LOAD transaction.

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