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Removing Version Dependent from 0CRM_MKTELM hierarchies

Hi experts,

I have a requirement where i need to drill down 0CRM_MKTELM hierarchies to WBS_ELEMT level. I already tried to change all setting but no luck. I can drill down it only till CP(Campaign ) level. It should look like that

Marketing Plan (MP)-----------------Budget (budget planned against Marketing Plan)

>>>Campaign (CP).................Forecast Spend (planned against Campaign)

.>>>>>>POSBRAND001 (WBS_ELEMT)...............Actual Spend(coming from General ledger) Commited Spend(purchasing)

As i could drill down this hierarchies only till CP level but in the backend i could drill down it to WBS level.

I found this Hierarchies is version dependent. Do you think it might be due to version dependent?? Please suggest how version dependent effect the report and how can i check which version dependent it is and if i want to remove version dependent then how can i remove it?

Thanks in advance

Pawan

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  • Posted on May 30, 2013 at 10:54 AM

    Yeah, since it is a version-dependent hierarchy. This might be causing the issue. How does the hierarchy display in BI side when you want to see the data? IS it showing couple of versions there?

    The one you try to drill down might not have 0WBS_ELEMENT node it seems.

    This is for your reference


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    • Former Member Suman Chakravarthy K

      Hi Suman,

      Thanks for quick reply. Can i create this version again after deleting? I am just worried if i deleted this and if it didn't work then whether it is big job to re-create it because i don't know how it was created. Can you suggest something please?

      Thanks

      Pawan

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