What is difference between additive delta and new status for change record

Hi Experts
Can any one explain me about the difference between additive delta and new status for change record with example
if any one has a document please post it iam thank full to u
thanks
Ahmed
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Edited by: Pravender on Feb 12, 2012 1:54 PM

Hi
Additive delta --- We will get the changed quantity.
say suppose you have sales order and quantity like  1111   30 which is loaded to cube(BW).
now same record qty has changed from 30 to 40. As we have additive delta, we will get new record as 1111  10.
new status for change record: This is same as like After image delta type in standard SAP data sources. for every change in record you should have new record.
say if you have any number which will be generated by system for new/changed record, then you can use this.
You can use this option when delta option set to "numeric pointer"
Regards,
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