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No of records in a delta request in Delta queue

Hello All,

the details screen in RSA7 only shows the No. of records for the 1st Data packet for both 'Delta Update' and 'Delta Repetition'.

how can i find out the total number of records that will be present when a delta repeat is requested and when a new delta is requested ?

Regards,

Sanjay

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    Posted on Nov 26, 2004 at 07:58 AM

    Hi Sanjay,

    from the OSS Note 380078 'FAQ: BW delta queue (RSA7): Questions and answers'....

    "Question 14:

    Why does button 'Repeatable' on the RSA7 data details screen not only show data loaded into BW during the last delta but also data that were newly added, i.e. 'pure' delta records?

    Answer:

    Was programmed in a way that the request in repeat mode fetches both actually repeatable (old) data and new data from the source system."

    Hope it helps!

    Bye,

    Roberto

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      Hello Mohan,

      thanks for your reply. I think the information displayed here is only for a single data package, but there can be several datapackages(please correct me if i'm wrong).

      So may be i should check the No. of records in each data package sequentially in the 'Delta Repetition' mode, until a data package that returns no records. Then the No. of records that should have been transferred with the last delta request would be the sum of the records in all the data packages(this is ofcourse assuming that no more new deltas have been posted into the deltaqueue).

      Please let me know if my understanding is correct ?

      Regards,

      Sanjay

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