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Data in Extraction queue

Hi ,

I am going to start the filling of setup tables .I found the entry in LBWQ for this apllication area (which are having the NONE as destination).Even though there is no previously started delata Initialation and It's delta queues. What could be the reason for this? Is the system starts the collecting the data in LBWQ, after we Generating the datasource and the activation of Extraction structure( I.E There will be green light for one of extraction structure of this application area).

If so, What is the difference between a)executing the Collective run job for the respective application in LBWE AND b) delete option available in LBWQ itself ,In the ascept of clearing the Extraction queue.

And I am not able to Schedule the collective update job in LBWE.It is giving the error "Error generating job".

With rgds,

Anil Kumar.P

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2005 at 08:05 AM

    Anil,

    the answer is already inside your question !

    When you activate an extract structure, transaction data is written (starting from SM13, V1 executed) into the extraction queue for "Delta queued" (LBWQ) but it is transferred to the delta queue (RSA7) by the RMBWV3nn update report (nn represents the application number) ONLY after a successful initialization.

    When you execute a collective run, delta is written into delta queue (RSA7), if you delete LBWQ entry, no delta is more possible !

    If you are not able to schedule a job in LBWE, check if you have a valid recorded init !

    Hope it helps!

    Bye,

    Roberto

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