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Time dependency Reading Master Data


Hi experts

We are reading time dependent master data (0COSTCENTER) into the data flow of transactional data.

Currently it is set to "current date".

If you create now a new costcenter starting from 01.01.2014, valid up to 31.12.9999, and load planning data also valid for the next year, then master data of the current date is loaded.

To prevent this and get the most recent master data you would have to flag the "End" button. Am I right?

Thanks

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2013 at 06:45 AM

    Hi Thomas

    You can specify Start date and End date by clicking on Start and then select from and then click End and select from.

    Try and confirm..:)

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    • Former Member Vijay Chandra.R

      Hi Thomas,

      Can you check if your datasource has any date field for start date and end date, for time dependent master data we can have a start and end date values.

      If not then you can put as 31.12.9999 and once you get new record with some start date it will divide this record and create new one.

      Regards,

      Ganesh

  • Posted on Dec 09, 2013 at 07:43 AM

    Dear Thomas,

    To which info object you are trying to read 0COSTCENTER as master data.

    Let’s say if it is profit center, if you find multiple cost centers for one profit center - then you need to worry about time dependent objects.

    Generally there will be 1 : 1 relationship between most of the entities. If not, to get latest record make End date at Read master data option to capture latest record.

    Best Wishes,

    Vijay

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