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Appl Generic Extractors - FISL & COPA

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Why is FISL and COPA called Application Generic Extractors.

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    Posted on Dec 29, 2004 at 12:18 PM

    FI-SL and CO-PA don't have fixed table structures in R/3 but they can be customized so that they look different in each R/3 system. This is why SAP does not deliver a standard extractor but a program to generate your own extractor based on your customizing. So it's a kind of generic extractor for a special application, FI-SL or CO-PA

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    Dirk

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