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Unserialized V3 Update

Dear Experts

If this update mode is set, does it mean will not see the Outbound queue in lbwq?

Please could you kindly confirm for me ?

Thanks very much.

Regards

Pascal

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    Posted on Dec 19, 2012 at 03:39 PM

    Dear Experts

    I have clicked 'Like' for all your useful replies.

    May I know, given its typical that such extractor is configured with queued update mode and my environment is using unserialised v3 update, which is better and why?

    Is this a wrong configuration?

    thanks!

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    • Former Member Raman Korrapati

      Dear 2X U

      I do have one doubt... Inventory values if come in BW as unserialized will also cause problem..for example yesterday inventory at 12 was 100 pieces but at 1 PM it become 90 pieces.

      if they will be unserialized then it may cause problem..

      could you please explain this..

      Regards,

      Mohit.

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    Posted on Dec 14, 2012 at 11:04 AM

    If I remember well, the unserialized V3 does not show up in LBWQ.

    LBWQ is a QUEUED RFC whereas unserialized V3 is not queued.

    The LUWs can be found in SM13.

    From there they are moved to RSA7.

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  • Posted on Dec 14, 2012 at 11:07 AM

    Hi Pascal,

    Yes, if the update mode is Unserialized V3 Update, that queue will not be shown in outbound queue. Data will be written to delta queue directly from V3 jobs which we schedule

    Regards,

    Chandu

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