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Delete request from master data - attribute

Hello Gurus,

There is one attribute that receives data from several sources and we need to delete all the requests from 1 of these sources. Is there any program or way to do this deletion?

Problem: we don't want to clean the requests received from all sources because there are a huge number of records so we want to delete all requests from 1 of these sources and doing it manually it is very time consuming , there are requests from 3 years being loaded daily.

These data was loaded incorrect during the past years by a DSO that receive data from flat files.

Let me know if you have any idea to help.

Thank you

Ricardo

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    Posted on Mar 01, 2013 at 07:29 PM

    Hi Ricardo,

    You don't have to delete a request from the IO. Update this Io with a new request with correct attribute values, and the old values will be over written.

    Thanks,

    Ranga.

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    Posted on Mar 04, 2013 at 05:50 PM

    The problem is that i have to clean the source (DSO) and this will not be possible as there is request in the target (master data)

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    • Hi Ricardo,

      So are you feeding this IO from a DSO? and you want to delete selected requests from the DSO, but since the request is updated in IO, you are unable to do so ? I'm not really sure if such a dependency exists because I never had to load an IO from a DSO (so why are you doing that?). If you are looking for an easy way to delete requests from the IO, then unfortunately there is no option. You could delete the MD which would delete all requests, but I don't know if you really want to do that.

      Thanks,

      Ranga.

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