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Delta Load Failed

Hi BW Experts,

We are loading Data(delta) to ODS through process chian.

I got an errot when this process is going on last night.

This is the error message.


As the last delta request was not correctly updated, renewed delta

loading is not possible until after a correct update.

If you wish to reload the data of the last request you must attempt a

renewed request of these data packet (with a subsequent request of the

data packet in the Scheduler).

Using the QM-Action pushbutton in the monitor, you can set the last

delta request to 'successful'. A renewed delta request is then possible.

However, in this way some applications lose their old, already delivered

data, meaning that it can no longer be loaded again.


Can any one help me how to resolve this issue.

Thanks in million in advance

Xys redd.

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    Posted on Jan 18, 2005 at 03:50 PM

    There is one delta load that has not finished, yet. If it is still running wait for it to finish, if it failed (process was interupted) you can set it manually to Red status in the ODS Management or in the monitor (press traffic light), then you can go on loading deltas (it will "repeat" the delta).

    Regards, Klaus

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