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Infoset in aggregation level

Hi All,

i juste need a confirmation that multiproviders including infosets can no be used to create aggregation levels, any SAP note about the subject ?

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  • Posted on Dec 11, 2013 at 04:21 PM

    Hi,

    It is not possible to create an aggregation level on a MultiProvider based on an Infoset. You will probably get the error text RSPLS 130.

    From help.sap.com:

    Complex Aggregation Level

    A MultiProvider that includes at least one real-time enabled InfoCube, but no simple aggregation level, is the basis of a complex aggregation level.

    You want to copy current data from an actual InfoCube to a plan InfoCube with a planning function of type Copy. To do this, you use an aggregation level based on a MultiProvider that includes the plan and actual InfoCubes.

    Aggregation levels, like MultiProviders, cannot be nested.

    With a complex aggregation level, note how data records from the InfoProviders included in the MultiProviders are embedded in the MultiProviders (and thus also the aggregation levels) and how the system writes changes to data records of the aggregation level back to the InfoProviders included in the MultiProviders.

    Regards,

    Michael

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