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Hello,

how can u identify which datasource supports updates to cubes or ods, whether it supports delta or full loads.

any help is appreciated.

thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Feb 21, 2005 at 07:51 AM

    Thanks Ryan for ur reply.

    What does the foll mean.

    ABR Complete Delta wth Deletion ID Using Delta Queue (Cube-Cap.)

    I believe ODS means before taking to cube u need to have a ODS.

    and CUBE means u can take the data directly to the cube.

    what meaning the others have . is there a doc which gives details.

    thanks in advance.

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      bw,

      unless i'm mistaken, ABR is a delta mode you can use to update either an ODS or an infocube, the delta information of which is capable of adding and deleting records.

      i'm not quite sure whay you mean with the latter part of your post, but there are some delta update modes that will only work with certain kinds of data (master data, ODS, infoprovider) - unfortunately i wouldn't have any idea what each one exactly does. i've searched, but i haven't found any yet. but i'll let you know the soonest when i find something.

      ryan.

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    Posted on Feb 20, 2005 at 04:35 PM

    You have to look at the ROOSOURCE-DELTA. The delta method gives you the necessary information.

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    Posted on Feb 21, 2005 at 07:18 AM

    thanks manish for the reply. but how do i interpret the delta column. (A,E,AIM,AIE)etc

    thanks

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