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Process Chain Problem


We have an ODS and an InfoCube. After the data is loaded into ODS, using the datamart of the ODS will feed the InfoCube. Everytime we feed InfoCube need to dump the InfoCube and reload it, so it is a full update not a delta.

In the process chain, after it finishes the load of ODS it kicks of delta load of InfoCube. I tried to split the both load in two different process chains but still it loads the delta load to the INfoCube. Any Ideas on how to load the full update into InfoCube. In the process chain to the load the InfoCube data, I am using the full update's InfoPackage only. In my opinion for some reason, further processing of the ODS is starting the delta load to InfoCube.

Any ideas how to fix the problem.

Thanks in advance,


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    Posted on May 12, 2005 at 02:58 PM

    Hi GSM,

    If there is no such process in yr process chain then the only other option will be that you have set the flag for the ODS Automatically Update Data target. Have that reset or remove the process from the process chain and you will achieve yr objective.

    You could also see if there are any active inits for this datamart and delete them. Check if someone has historically scheduled a delta load to the cube.



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    Posted on May 12, 2005 at 02:48 PM


    I think the subsequent processing of ODS is triggering the Delta infopackage to the cube.

    You can go and remove the option "Update data targets from ODS object automatically" in the ODS setting.

    You will also get this option if you got to manage screen of ODS, and from there in the Environment menu select Automatic request processing and change the setting of subsequent data load.

    Hope this helps you to avoid the problem.



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