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Infospoke / Target Structure / and /BIC/ corresponding table

Dear all,

I use an infospoke on a process chain to export via Xi the contents of a BW cube.

The flow work correctly on or Dev environment.

My issue is the following. I can't transport the table /BIC/APODPUS populate by the infospoke.

This table is generated and populated by the infospoke. His attributes are :

last changed on/by : RFC_DW1600

package $TMP.

I can delete and recreate this table, but as the name of the table beging by /BIC/ .... I can't affect this table to a package in order to be able to transport the structure in Productive environment.

Could you give me a solution, let me know if you need more details ? Thans a lot !

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    Posted on Feb 22, 2005 at 09:25 AM

    Hi dear,

    I know that there are a lot of issues related to infospoke transport (and a lot of OSS Notes)...usually target table is automatically generated when you import your request in the target system..try to repeat the entire process...

    Bye,

    Roberto

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    Posted on Feb 23, 2005 at 01:09 PM

    Hello,

    We used infospokes with BADI and when we collect,only infospoke and open hub destination will collect in the requst if you dont have BADI.

    may be please recreate the infospoke and collect it from transport connection.

    assgin rewards points please if it helps.

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