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Problem with 0FISCPER infoobject

I have created a Generic extractor, for the Snnn planning structure.

But i have a problem when i run the infopackage to upload the data in BW.

The field SPBUP in the r/3 system is NUMC 6, and the corresponding infoobject (0FISCPER) is NUMC7, so, i changed the text element from SPBUP to RSFISCPER, as in the standard structure SnnnBIWS.

But when i simulate the upload with debug i verified that the SPBUP

have a wrong value(example: '0200501' but with the standard structure it as the value '2005001')

The error is "The value of the 0FISCPER is not plausible". I have installed the notes 800129 and 741829, but doesn´t solved our problem.

Many thanks,

António Oliveira

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    Posted on Feb 17, 2005 at 12:08 PM

    Hi António !

    It's clearly not enough to change the related text element, because you have to say how the original value (numc 6) is converted to a new value (numc 7) to the system.

    I suggest you to let the original text element in your transfer structure unchanged and to convert your field in the transfer rules in BW (or in R/3 user exit...)

    Bye,

    Roberto

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      RSFISCPER data element startS with 7 digit to arrive to a 8 digit output, conversion routines are different (PERI and PERI7, with common, but not all the same exits..)

      I think that when the extraction is done (from your LIS tabel) extract structure receives a different value than the std one...

      I'm not an ABAP expert, but if the problem still remains, I would suggest you to do a workaround (that is to move your conversion in other places, more manageables)

      Bye,

      Roberto

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