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Timestamp for Init with data transfer

abhishek_rajan3
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Hi all,

When loading from ECC to BW 7.x, there is the following scenario:

- we are running Init with Data Transfer for 2 years' data

- the system remains open and transactions continue to be posted

- the init with data transfer will be taking around 2 hours for processing.

In the above context,

1. what is the timestamp that is set in the source? Is it the timestamp of when the request was started or the timestamp of when the full extraction was completed in source?

2. Also, in this case, how to avoid missing any delta data posted during the load without locking the system out for all the users?

Regards.

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abhishek_rajan3
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Hi,

Thanks for the response.

The idea is not to run the init with data transfer for 2 years everyday. The initialization will be run only once. But the question is what time is taken as the delta stamp when the initialization with data transfer is run? Is the timestamp of when the initialization request got started or the timestamp of when the initialization request ended?

Regards,

Abhishek.

bhavinvyas
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Can you plz share what is exact datasource and why you need to perform 2 years init with data on a daily basis ?

In case you require to do full for last 2 years, you can do repair full of last 2 years and your delta will run as it is without any impact of postings.

Thanks,

Bhavin