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2LIS_13_VDITM Question.

Hi,

Can we create a copy of existing Standard Datasouce 2lis_13_vditm datasource..in ECC ? If Yes How?

The Delta is based on which filed, as looked in the RSA2 , it shows only Numeric Pointer. On what basis the delta records are coming into the RSA7?

Thanks,

Adhvi.

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  • Posted on Jul 27, 2012 at 02:33 PM

    Hi

    You not able to copy standard DS in ECC as per as my concern.

    Delta fields for standard DS are mapped based on Sales Billing history i.e. if you open SO billing doc and see the history for related chanegs.

    Jagadeesh

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  • Posted on Jul 27, 2012 at 03:39 PM

    Hi,

    I hope, we can not create copy of existing standard datasource in ECC.

    For an initial load a setup needs to be executed which reads the transaction data and stores the data in a setup table. These setup tables are read during an initial or full load .

    And further transactions(delta) are posted into the transaction tables and also caught into Update tables / Extraction Queue.(Delta type as Queued delta/Unserialized v3 update delta). A periodically scheduled job transfers these postings into the BW delta queue(RSA7).

    This BW Delta queue is read when a delta load is executed.

    Delta process change is marked by ROCANCEL field and the key in the source are Billing Document and Item.

    Regards

    Malyadri

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