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SQL DATA load to PSA

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I'm Extracting data from SQL source I Have a filed " REASON " Datatype:Varchar ,length:100" is mapped to " Zreason, char: length50" after loading into PSA corresponding records from source are coming blank for this field. its extracting all the records but values are blank. Ex: 1347 records available for Reason field, but in PSA only 27 records are availbale for Reasoninfo object and rest of the records blank or 0,00 , any suggestions..

Thanks In Advance for all of your time.

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  • Posted on Feb 07, 2012 at 12:05 PM


    Please check whether the following explanation helps you:


    In the data acquisition process from source system your need to create a DataSource to join the source system with BI system. You create your extractor in your ECC and after that you replicate this in your BI system, then you create a InfoPackage to upload data from source system to BI system, some thing you usually set up some filter in you InfoPackage, I think there son filter in the tab Data Selection in the InfoPackage, try to check your InfoPackage configuration.


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    • Former Member T Ravi Chandra

      Hi RaviChandra / All

      I'm extracting 25 fields from SQL view, one field " Reason" has values like1) Offer can't be made 2)BGC issue 3) Not intrested like this there are 20 reasons coming in r"REASON" fileld from SQl view. I have checked 1)data type ,length, lower case check in data source,External lenght in data source, replicated data source and ran package again, but not able to fix this, Plz suggest me how to handle this issue.


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