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DataSource 0FI_GL_10 multiple inits

Jan 06, 2017 at 11:46 AM

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Hello,

I made two separate inits (for company code 1000 and 2000).
However, I cannot create two different delta packages afterwards.

The system always proposes the combination of 1000 and 2000.

What must I do to create (and plan in process chains) two different InfoPackages

(one for 1000 and one for 2000)?

Likewise, I want to re-do the init just for 2000 (for example).

However, the system prompts me to delete both inits or nothing
(even though I just want to delete - and re-do - just 2000).

We are on BW 7.4.

Thanks for any tip here.

Thomas

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Rahul Rai Jan 06, 2017 at 11:34 PM
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Hi,

Please note that the option to perform multiple inits is provided so that you can break down historical data you want to be loaded into small chunks of data. However, delta load is always union of all the inits performed between a source & a target and you cannot change it (options would be greyed out in delta infopackage). It will always continue to be for 1000 & 2000. You can break down this load by have 2 separate DTPs, one for 1000 & another for 2000 but I do not know what purpose it serves for you that you want these broken down.

Looking at your use case (from whatever little information is available), seems like full load is a better option for you and not a delta.

Rahul

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Thomas Langheim Jan 09, 2017 at 03:10 PM
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Hi Rahul,

thanks a lot. The "full" seems to be the option.

Historical "background":

We started with company 1000. ...with data (delta etc.) flowing in.
Then we added 2000 - with data flowing in as well.

Then data of 1000 got corrupted...

=> we just wanted to init and reload for 1000 only. ... This did not work. SAP always included 2000 also.

Thank you very much so far.

Thomas

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