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No Standard Transfer rule exists for 2LIS_02_SCL

Hi,

I used standard transformation between 2LIS_02_ITM and 0PUR_C01. Using a DTP I will load this source to the cube.

But when I try to import the standar transformation between 2LIS_02_SCL and 0PUR_C01 it doesnu2019t exist. I apreciate that it exist a 3.X infosource and a update role, but I canu2019t find the transfer rule of 2LIS_02_SCL

How can I connect this source and this infoSource using BI content?

Someone can help me?

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  • Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 01:15 PM

    Hello

    You have to check in which content version you are working. Maybe in the specific content version, the transformation for the datasource 2lis_02_itm doesn't exist.

    You can can check you content version from the sap menu System-status...on the group sap system data click on the magnifier and check the release number for the component BI_CONT.

    After that search the sap for the specific content release and what does include.

    Regards

    Yiannis

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    Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 02:26 PM

    Hi,

    Go to the BI content and select 2LIS_02_SCL in InfoSource; then activate it. It will activate transfer rule, data source and InfoSource.

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    Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 03:54 PM

    Possibly it could have been inactive or still in D version. If inactive, have you checked via TCODE > RSA1OLD. Goto SE38 > RS_TRANSTRU_ACTIVATE_ALL > Give name of your Infosource & activate 2LIS_02_SCL.

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