Loading Multiple Flat File in to BI System with one InfoPackage

Greetings,
i have developed a routine to Load Multiple Flate File in one InfoPackage, but it doesn't work. Only the Last File are loaded. Who can Help me?
Loading 'R:\Verzeichnis \ing_wan_b_002.fall.csv' to 'R:\Verzeichnis \ing_wan_b_240*.fall.csv'
Routine:
DATA: VerzUndDateiname TYPE string value 'R:\Verzeichnis \ing_wan_b_000.fall.csv',
      VerzUndDateinameKomplett TYPE string,
      count TYPE i value 2,
      countN(3) TYPE n.
WHILE count <= 240.
countN = count.
VerzUndDateinameKomplett = VerzUndDateiname.
REPLACE '000' WITH zaehlerN
              INTO VerzUndDateinameKomplett.
p_filename = VerzUndDateinameKomplett.
count = count + 1.
ENDWHILE.
Best Regards
Jens
Edited by: JB6493 on May 18, 2009 1:03 PM
Edited by: JB6493 on May 18, 2009 1:07 PM

Hello Jens,
you have to process the InfoPackage 239 times. Your routine would be executed once during one processing of the InfoPackage. This would run the WHILE statement and end up with the last filename after 239 iterations.
Either try to concatenate the files you want to load (if possible) and load them in one go. Alternatively you could try to use a process chain to run the InfoPackage 239 times.
Kind regards,
Christoph

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