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How can I force write empty records?

Hello guys,

I have a planning function that performs a specific copy, between InfoCube1 to InfoCube2.

In InfoCube1, a combination generation is performed. So that we have in it some zero valued records.

My requirement is to be able to copy all records, even if there are zero-valued, to InfoCube2.

When I execute my planning sequence, only the records different from zero are written in InfoCube2.

Can you help me meet my requirement?

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    Posted on May 30, 2013 at 04:56 PM

    Hi,

    are you using the planning function type 'Copy' or e.g. a FOX to do the copy. The standard planning function type 'Copy' processes zero records, cf. transaction RSPLF1, function type 0RSPL_COPY, press 'Display'. On the 'Properties' tab the option 'Process Empty Records' is set.

    Regards,

    Gregor

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      No I'm not using this the Copy function. This function type does not meet the requirement, so we had to use a specific function.

      Plus, I'm not that familiar with FOX.

      My function type processes the zero records as indicated. Proof is that all the zero records are read from the source infocube. But they're never written in the target, as if the system were optimizing the writing.

      I had a lead, consisting in generating combinations first before executing the sequence. But this solution generates too much of useless records.

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