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TDMS copy based on Company Code and time based reduction.

I'm struggling to understand the process of this scenario.

I created a new client in the target system (using local client copy with SAP_UCSV).

I configured a time based and company code based reduction.

After the TDMS copy is complete, I check the target system and still find plenty of data that isn't related to the company codes I selected. It appears that it still copies part of the excluded data. For example: I can still find work orders and sales orders for company codes that I specifically didn't select for the copy process.

Any idea why this is? It appears that the copy doesn't bring across ALL of the excluded data. Just some.

I double checked and triple checked my TDMS selection for company code based reduction and I can't find any error in there.

To be more specific: I selected company code A01 A02 A03 and left B01 B02 B03 out. After the copy there are still orders visible in the target system with company code B01 B02 B03.

This is after I created an empty target client first so it's not copying into an already existing client.

Thanks for any guidance guys.

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    Posted on Jul 13, 2011 at 01:37 PM

    Hi Stefan,

    This scenario deletes the client before the copy, so the problem would never be existent data.

    Maybe those B01 B02 B02 orders that you see were copied so that a scenario that includes A01 A02 A03 orders is consistent?


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    Posted on Jul 19, 2011 at 09:44 PM

    Hm, not sure what's going on. There is no clear link between those existing orders and the company codes I initially selected. Then again it only seems to have a "high level" record of the data. As soon as one starts to drill down, the data is missing as expected. Same goes for other areas as well.

    Looks like we can live with that for now so I won't lose any sleep over it anymore.

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