What’s the difference between SAP Lo and FI Extraction?

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I have little bit confusion: Can anybody tell me about difference between SAP Lo and FI Extraction?


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Lo extraction for the full load data is taken from SETUP tables to BW when we run Full loadAnd the deltas are from Delta Queue.

 In the case of FI Extraction no setup tables,Full upload in FI, data will be taken from R/3 tables And for deltas we need to initialize the delta process(Infopackage level,update tab) then it will create an entry in Delta queue(RSA7) in R3 by displaying Datasource technical name.

Once the datasource is initialized, it means that the Datasource is capable of accepting deltas from the next load. So for deltas the data will be taken from R3 tables and pass through RSA7.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Assuming this is a sap course based query, it is better to read the study materials and find answers by your own effort.
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  • Adityas4
    Lo extraction for the full load data is taken from SETUP tables to BW when we run Full load And the deltas are from Delta Queue.
    In the case of FI Extraction no setup tables,Full upload in FI, data will be taken from R/3 tables And for deltas we need to initialize the delta process(Infopackage level,update tab) then it will create an entry in Delta queue(RSA7) in R3 by displaying Datasource technical name.

    Once the datasource is initialized, it means that the Datasource is capable of accepting deltas from the next load. So for deltas the data will be taken from R3 tables and pass through RSA7.
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