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Extraction error in OrgChart 3.0 SP1

Hi Experts,

We are implementing the OrgChart 3.0 SP1 for staged environment. after configuring the extractor when I run the extract it shows the following error.....and extraction is fail.

4167. 15 Jul 2011 11:24:17 ERROR com.nakisa.Logger - SAPExtractorProcessor.processOutputTables() : Table source 'PA0001' not found in output tables

Can anyone help to resolve this?

Thanks

Dave

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  • Posted on Jul 16, 2011 at 02:14 PM

    Hi Dave,

    A few questions:

    1. What extract function is this for?

    2. Have you modified it?

    3. What DB are you using?

    4. Do you have the ABAP Add-on in the backend?

    Cheers,

    Luke

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  • Posted on Jul 18, 2011 at 08:27 AM

    Search the file "functionconfiguration.xml" for PA0001.

    In my 3.0 SP1 (SQL Staged) build, there is only 1 reference to it in this file in this table:

    <outputTable name="EmpOrgAssgn" critical="True" encoding="">

    But you could have amended. Basically check that within the same

    <function ...

    the sourcetable in the <params> section

    <param name="SOURCETABLE"><![CDATA[PA0001]]>

    should match the source in the <outputtables> section

    <source>PA0001</source>

    e.g. Here is the standard code:

    		<function name="RfcReadTable" critical="True" encoding="UTF8">
    			<download>True</download>
    			<desc>Nakisa.SAP.Custom.OTFProcessor</desc>
    			<dll>Nakisa.SAP.Custom.OTFProcessor</dll>
    			<class>Nakisa.SAP.Custom.OTFProcessor.BAPI_SAP_OTFProcessor_Report_Lite</class>
    			<params>
    				<param name="FIELDLIST"><![CDATA[PERNR,ENAME,SNAME,BUKRS,ORGEH,KOKRS,KOSTL,PERSG,PERSK,PLANS,STELL,WERKS,BTRTL,BEGDA,GSBER,ABKRS,FKBER
    				
    BEGDA <= '[DateToday]' And ENDDA >= '[DateToday]' PA0001 PA0001 Organizational Assignment ]]>

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    Posted on Jul 18, 2011 at 06:02 PM

    Hi Dave,

    Just as an FYI

    There was a problem with the extractor for SP1.

    This has been fixed in SP1 build number 377.

    Hope this helps,

    Kind Regards,

    Matthew

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    • Former Member Stephen Burr

      Hi Steve, Matthew and Luke,

      Thanks very much for your inputs. My apologies for not responding in time as I was on vacation.

      Still I have the issue with extraction. Unfortunately I can't change the build as this build was suggested by Nakisa for the language pack roll out for my project.

      I would try the changes you guys suggested and update the thread by this weekend.

      Best Regards

      D

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