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write into transactional ODS


i'm trying to write data into a transactional ODS via function-module 'RSDRI_ODSO_INSERT_RFC' and to transport these data from the ODS into an InfoCube afterwards.

Now i've got two problems:

1. I've created a very simple ODS with just one key field and one data field. In transaction SE80 i execute the functionmodule and fill the importtable 'I_T_DATA' with the key and just a '1' as data. The function writes the data without error.

But when i take a look into the active table of the ODS the key is written correctly, but instead of a '1' a ',02' is written into the ODS.

2. I've created an Update Rule from the ODS to the InfoCube and thought that after the data is written to the ODS it would automatically be transported into the InfoCube, but that doesn't seem to work.

Is there someone who has allready implemented such a process and can help me with my problems?

Thanks in advance!



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    Posted on May 24, 2005 at 09:38 AM

    Hi Patrick,

    in order to upload the data from ods to cube you need to schedule a infopackage or just make a right click on your ods and choose post data into datatarget (may be this is not quite correct because I'm translating from german).



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      Hi Patrick,

      Try this.

      1.Goto RSA1.

      2.Click Infosources.

      3.Goto Menu <b>Settings>>Display Generated Objects</b>

      4.Select Radio buttion <b>Show generated ODS objects</b>

      5.Then you find the datasource using the find function you definitly able to view the generated datasource.

      6.Use Find function to select the infosource with name <b>8*</b>

      Mail me if you still have problem

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