7 Replies Latest reply: Apr 5, 2012 7:30 AM by Durgesh Gandewar RSS

PSA Data for Testing

Keith Johnson
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I have an error in production and it appears to be because I have data coming over with a lower case letter.  When I look in the PSA in PRD, I see the entry with the lower case letter.  I want to replicate this in our development box, but when I type in a lower case letter in BWD, in the PSA, it converts it to upper case.  Shouldn't the PSA take the value just as it is put in?

Any help please.

  • Re: PSA Data for Testing
    Benedict Venmani
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    Hi,

    Compare your DEV datasource with the one in your PRD.Check if you have any conversion routine set in your 'Fields' tab of datasource. Also, check if the 'Format' field(interna;/external) is the same in both servers.

     

    Regards, BenyV

  • Re: PSA Data for Testing
    Anand Tiragati
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    Hi Johnson,

     

    According to your postings your BWD's PSA is maintaining upper case letters and BWP's PSA  is maintaining lower case letters right?

    PSA maintains raw data that means it will maintain same data which is available in R3 tables.Are you sure data in the tables of R3 Dev and Prod. are same(upper or lower case),if you are sure then check any code is mentioned in R3 system's of BWD and BWP.(se38--->zxrsau02).

     

    And also check the check box "Lower case letters" in general tab of your Infoobject,if your problem is with lower case letters in BWP this check box should give solution.

     

    Regards,

    Anand.

  • Re: PSA Data for Testing
    Arpit Khandelwal
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    Hi,

    Is there any transformation written before the PSA upload ?

    Regards,

    Arpit

  • Re: PSA Data for Testing
    Durgesh Gandewar
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    Hi Keith,

    Actually the data maintained in PSA has no connection with infoobject properties. Whenever you edit data in PSA it will be automatically converted to upper case that is default SAP setting. If you want to put some data in lower case in PSA then either you will have to load it from source system or for test purpose you can load it from CSV file.

     

    Regards,

    Durgesh.

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