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Data Records entry in extractor checker

Hi,

I am implementing an FM. In the FETCH NEXT CURSOR statement, i am fetching the cursor records into an internal table rather than E_T_DATA. Later, i am looping the records into E_T_DATA. The problem is, when i execute my Datasource in extractor checker, only those records in the first datapackage are extracted if the default entry for "Data Records/Calls" is left as 100. Only if i manually increase the value of that entry, can i extract all data records. I assume, this is because of not fetching cursor records into E_T_DATA directly in the FETCH NEXT CURSOR statement. How can i extract all records in RSA3 avoiding changing the "Data Records/Calls" entry manually.

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2005 at 12:52 PM

    Hi,

    I don't know how you implemented your fm, but normally with the fetch cursor you put a number of records into a internal table that normally populates e_t_data and the fm returns exactly the number of records. Then, the fm is called again and it fetches the next no. into the internal tables and returns it .... This ends when the exception no_more_data is raised. So there is for sure an issue with your coding. If you don't mind, please post it here to have it corrected.

    regards

    Siggi

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2005 at 01:22 PM

    ..and anyway you have always to take into account what in RSA3 are set (as default parameter)...in other words, in RSA3, you need to change it manually !

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