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Errors Occurred during extraction

Hello Experts,

I have this issue in QA while I am trying to check RSA3 for a DS which is generated based on set types in our ECC system.

I have error message saying "Errors occurred during the extraction" I checked the logs I have this message

"The application program for the extraction of data was called up using the invalid InfoSource/invalid InfoObject ZPR_ZZDBM_V_VSPEC_ATTR(DS)."

Extractor works fine in Dev ECC. I have transported the DS and its structure again but no joy.

Please advise what could be root cause.

Thanks,

Tati

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  • Posted on Jul 06, 2012 at 09:11 AM

    i think you need to transport again your infoobject and the corresponding transfer rules.

    m.

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    Posted on Jul 06, 2012 at 11:35 AM

    I have tried debugging the extractor. I found the table "comc_crd_gen_bwo" does not have entries and its throwing error message . In my Dev system these entries are created and the extractor checks for this table and is throwing information that records extracted pro.perly

    Can any pls let me know what table is this and how would the entries in this table would be created.

    Thanks,

    Tati

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    Posted on Jul 09, 2012 at 05:38 AM

    Hi,

    If it is a Generic extractor, try deleting the DS and recreating it. It will create a new Extract structure and then You can try on that DS.

    If you are getting this error only while transporting it to BQ1, I have faced such problem before. The field you are using in Dev doesn't exists in BQ1 and BP1. So, find that field, and delete it from your view, Then retransport it to BQ1. It will work.

    Regards,

    Shahid.

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