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Load Hierarchies using PSA


We are trying to enable the sign reversal characteristic (0SIGNCH) for a hierarchy in order to reverse signs of certain accounts during extraction.

The documentation refers to the following prerequisites:

"...the hierarchy must have flexible hierarchy structures. This is the case when the hierarchy is loaded via the PSA and, as a result, has transfer rules."

"A hierarchy DataSource from a SAP source system must support loading by using a PSA."

How can we determine if the hierarchy datasource supports PSA loads? Example?

Is there a way to enable PSA loads for hierarchies?



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    Posted on Dec 21, 2004 at 08:08 PM

    Hi Adam,

    in the transfer rules (in the infosource created to upload your hierarchy) you can choose as transfer method PSA or IDoc...

    Hope now is clearer !



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    • Adam,

      I have been searching for answers to a similar problem. We need to do sign reversal on a node of a hierarchy that is being loaded from 0GL_ACCOUNT. That too seems to only have an IDOC extractor.

      Could you tell me if you have found a work around for your problem? I have spent a few days trying to figure out what I could do to be able to have the signs reverse on our hierarchies, but have not gotten very far.

      Any replies will be appreciated.



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