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FI-SL Delta Handling: Note 328197

Due to a project requirement we are considering the implementation of note 328197, in order to extract FI-SL data in Delta Mode (ABR). FI-SL Extrators are already in use with some Virtual InfoCubes, and we would like to access the same DataSources to feed a Basic InfoCube

The questions we have about this implementation are:

1 - Will the Extractors modified to Init-Delta Mode still be accessible with Virtual InfoCubes?

2 - Is it possible to de-implement Note 328197?

3 - Considering that Note 328197 acticipate a standard functionality of R/3 4.7 is it fully supported?

Did somebody experienced on such a problem?

Many thanks in advance ... 10 points for sure, if you have a good answer!


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    Posted on Feb 23, 2005 at 09:15 AM

    While I haven't used this report I can tell you the following information:

    1. Take a look at field VIRTCUBE in table ROOSOURCE. This talls you if a data source is available for a virtual cube. The delivered reports don't change the field so virtual cubes should work fine.

    2. Basically yes even if I don't think it should be necessary. All the datasources still run in full mode.

    But you should be very careful de-implementing it. I would do it only if absolutely necessary.

    3. The note is fully supported. You only need to make sure that you discard the mentioned changes during 4.7 upgrade (especially if you don't do it soon but in some years).

    Best regards



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