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New data source

Hi all

I made a new table and have written a program to load this table everyday

to make a data source with this table , first I made a view out of it and then went to RSO2 transaction and tried to create a new data source

I get the following error.

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Invalid extract structure template ZBW_V_CONDITIONS of DataSource Z_BW_CONDITIONS

Message no. R8359

Diagnosis

You tried to generate an extract structure with the template structure ZBW_V_CONDITIONS. This operation failed, because the template structure quantity fields or currency fields, for example, field BONBA refer to a different table.

Procedure

Use the template structure to create a view or DDIC structure that does not contain the inadmissable fields.

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I have many quantity and amount fields in my table.

what should I do to solve this issue and create the data source.

thanks for your timely help

MMM

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2004 at 04:30 PM

    Hi MMM,

    to solve your problem you need to have all your units of measure and currencies with a reference to the same table and not to an external one !!!

    So, insert all your qty fields and related unit/currencies in the table on which you want to do your datasource...

    Hope it helps.

    Bye,

    Roberto

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hello,

      Another option to consider for RSO2 would be to create a Infoset or function module to extract out your data. But if you are populating a structure, the same reference guidelines that Roberto outlined still apply.

      Cheers!

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