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Activating 0CUSTOMER

Hi all,

New to BW. I am working with Data extraction. Transfered 0CUSTOMER from R/3 and installed in Business content. When i try to activate the infoobject using /nrsd1, I get the following error:

1) The Master Data Table /BI0/PCUSTOMER must be converted incompatibly with an activation of characteristic 0CUSTOMER (changes to the key in the table). Table /BI0/PCUSTOMER contains data. Parts of this data were lost in the conversion.

2) The SID Table /BI0/SCUSTOMER must be converted incompatibly with an activation of characteristic 0CUSTOMER (changes to the key in the table). Table /BI0/SCUSTOMER contains data. Parts of this data were lost in the conversion.

Please Help

Thanks,

Prabhu

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  • Posted on Mar 02, 2005 at 07:37 PM

    Hi Prabhu,

    Did you try to change 0CUSTOMER after loading data into it...like changing the length ? The system will not let you make such changes if there is data. If you really need to chnage 0CUSTOMER, delete the master data first and then change. Again, if the InfoObject is present in a cube or ODS and the trnsaction data has been loaded, you cannot delete InfoObject data that is being used in the cube/ODS...you will need to remove entries from here first.

    Hope this helps...

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    • ok...so you were in RSA1 > Source Systems and you saw -ve against 0CUSTOMER..this could be either 0CUSTOMER_ATTR or 0CUSTOMER_TEXT (or HIER). Generally speaking, this means that the data source has not been assigned.

      So in RSA1, click on InfoSources and search for 0CUSTOMER > Right click and select Assign DataSource. First you need to fill in your R/3 source system name and then select the data source. Then what you need to activate is the "transfer rules"; not the InfoObject itself.

      Post back if you still have a problem.

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