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Can't add fields to InfoCube

Hi All,

I am in InfoCube -> Change and select 'All InfoObjects' as template. When I do a search I cannot find most of my infoobjects to transfer into my infocube. So I then made the template an infoobject catalog where I know some exists, still the infoobjects do not show up??

With this problem I cannot add all my infoobjects to my infocube. Please help!

Also, does SAP dictate what units are in an INfocube. I can't seem to figure out how to manually add a unit characteristic.

It's very strange that selecting 'All Infoobjects' (this is actually the default), not all infoobjects show up...and yes, they are active.

Thanks.

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    Posted on Sep 27, 2005 at 12:59 AM

    Hi,

    I think that ur created infoobjects using RSD1, when u this for creation the infoobjects will be in assigned node. This may be a problem for not displaying those infobojects in template.

    Assign those infobjects to the infoobject catalog.

    Regards-

    Siddhu

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi

      If you have created the info objects as an attribute to other object, it will not be displayed in the template because the "Attribute only" will be marked checked..just remove that and activate..hope it helps.

      Regards

      Sri

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2005 at 09:13 PM

    Hi

    You are correct I have seen this (non ZY IO are not showing in InfCube) in our sys too.

    They do show up in ODS selection though!

    I guess this is a bug/feature from SAP.

    Edan

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