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Hello Friends,

Can we schedule time period while creating the infospoke. As of now only the records that are newly added since the last extraction are transferred in delta mode, but is there a way to schedule in the background.

Thanks, any kind of answers would be appreciated.

Anjali

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    Posted on Feb 10, 2005 at 12:31 AM

    Hi,

    Not exactly sure that I understand your question.

    - You can schedule InfoSpokes via process chains.

    - You can choose to deltas (only deltas after last execution) or you can restrict the extract based on a characteristic (a filtered full extract).

    For the latter, you can get more complex in the selection with the use of the coding exit in the BADI.

    I hope this helps,

    Mike.

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    Posted on Feb 10, 2005 at 05:55 AM

    Hai

    Anjali

    Krishna Kishore Here..

    According to me we can write BADI ....and in that u can call "Bp_Job_Process_Scheudule" function Module (check this function module once.).This is scheduling for Back ground processing with out goining to se36..

    I am not sure about this but try with this ......

    KK

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      Hello KK,

      The function module you mentioned doesn't work and I am not sure how to write BADI, do you mind throwing some light or passing on some documents on it.

      Mark,

      Sorry to have confused you but is there a way to schedule the extraction mode in Infospoke without getting into process chains.

      Thanks for all the input,

      Anjali

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