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Load ODS 0FIGL_O02 from FI_GL_4

Hi,

I'm trying to load the ODS FIGL_O02 from FI_GL_4. The database is crashing due to the amount of data. I need the information by company/cost center/profit center. I'm loading right now by company. Any suggestions of an more efficient way?

Thanks so much,

Ramona

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2004 at 12:47 PM

    Hi Ramona !

    Which type of db crash are you facing ? When the system try to insert your data in the new data table (40) or when you try to activate them (00)? (in any case you need some additional tablespace on your disk !)

    However, the first consideration that I would do is:

    do you really need an accounting document number (until the item level) in your provider ?

    If you have to do only an analysis by company/cost center/profit center, why are you using the std ODS that have as key fields company Code, chart of accounts, G/L account, fiscal year variant, fiscal period, accounting document number and the item ?

    Could you use directly an infocube ?

    Try to do this type of architectural analysis !

    Hope the suggestion helps...

    Bye,

    Roberto

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      However, You can load the history, which is not going to change, directly to the cube through a custom update rule directly from 0FI_GL_4 as multiple Full loads. By doing this, one big load to ODS can be avoided and you can do init only for the recent periods to ODS (and then, to cube).

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