I assume you mean it's missing from the AW, right? How far away is that data, like 5 days, 10 days back? You can resynch, but honestly I would open a TAC case and try to figure out why it happened, this kind of thing should never happen.
i believe you misunderstood what i was saying... i am not porposing to do the synchronization using the queries... the queries are used for the following: - lets say you havr an issue with data on 4th of March - you stop AW service - you access the database of hds and delete the data using a delete query until 3rd of march - you run the query "truncate table Recovery" - then you start the AW service - the servicr will compare the data it has with what is available on logger, and retrieve what is missing
fyi, this is what tac did in a few similar cases i had opened
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