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The error occurred in Extractor

Experts,

Hoping someone has been through this b4. RE: our QBx system

In our Infopackages for the DataSources below:

0COSTELMNT_ATTR

0COSTCENTER_TEXT

0CUSTOMER_TEXT

I am getting the following error when I execute the Delta infopkg:

Error message from the source system

Diagnosis

An error occurred in the source system.

System Response

Caller 09 contains an error message.

Further analysis:

The error occurred in Extractor .

Refer to the error message.

The message says: Error occurred in the data selection

I find out that the ECC source System has issues: Source System release 702 is not the local information 700. Yes, the ECC system was updated to EP5.

I activated the soruce system and replicated the metadata.

I ran RS_TRANSTRU_ACTIVATE_ALL.

I deleted all the PSA's and those requests in the upper InfoObjects

I re-ran the init. and it was successfull and updated the infoObjects

I see that ECC RSA7 has the datasource "0COSTCENTER_TEXT" as 0 records.

We checked these things:

RSDBTIME - ok

RSC1_DIAGNOSIS – ok

RSTRFCEG - 0 inconsistencies

RSTRFCEF – 0 inconsistencies

My load analyst is also noticing that there are many TRNS that are inactive and I am activating them manually. I see that there are many DTP's with teh old source system.

I log-in our DBx system and see that I also am having issues running my Delta Infopackages.

I'm hoping someone has seen this b4. I looked at forum messages today and didn't see anything that would fix it. I haven't attempted transporting up as yet because I still need to get my dev system working now.

ideas?

Mike

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    Posted on Jun 27, 2012 at 04:14 PM

    It looks like 0Costcenter_text and those I mentioned above no longer support Deltas.


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