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<b></b>setup tabels

hi all

iwan to how to fill the setup tables ,give step by step and also significance of the setup tables

it will be helpfull if anybody help me


thanks in advance


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Search for LO Extraction in the forums you will find a lot. You will get more information that way than you get by getting an answer here.



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please check the how to paper as well. to handle inventory management scenarios in bw.pdf



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Hi Abhi,

For further information regarding LO'S check this web Log by roberto negro [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken] [original link is broken]

Its not possible to write all of them , give your Mail ID i'll send them.



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Some more info on Setup Tables:

Setup tables are used only for logistics extraction. We perform a setup just before we do our first initial load of 'historic' data to BW. After this,the delta queue takes care.

Also Setup Tables facilitate extraction speed. instead of getting the data directly from the source tables

loke MARA, EKPO, VBRP, etc. the data is conveniently

stored in SETUP TABLES. This you can use from time to time when needed.

Hope this cleares the concept.

Please assign points if this helps you in undersanding.


Ashish Goel

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Hi Abhinand

Use transaction SBIW. Choose Settings for Application-Specific DataSources (PI) ---> Logistics --->Managing Extract Structures ---> Initialization ---> Delete the Contents of the Setup Tables.

Above will delete data in setup tables. Then do the same path as above but in stead of delete the contents of setup tables do the following:

---> Application-Specific Setup of Statistical Data ---> Choose the one you need.

Hope this helps.