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Reading masterdata in transformation.

Does 'read master data' in transformation is preferable if we are using time dependent info Object as input?
Will our output accurate?

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  • Posted on Mar 13, 2014 at 06:22 PM

    Rather than doubts, just apply on your design at dev system and check it.

    Most of the question form your too basic.

    please read the all bw topics and be familiar with it.

    if your new to scn please read the scn rules once again.

    Coming to your issue. Yes, best to use and results more accurate.

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  • Posted on Mar 13, 2014 at 05:57 PM

    Hi,

    yes, if want read the data form master data use read master data function at transformation level.

    which object your are looking?

    output also accurate.

    Thanks,

    Phani.

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  • Posted on Mar 14, 2014 at 04:25 AM

    WelCome to SCN!

    Yes read master data rule type will read master data and provide the correct out put.

    I think you are new to SCn I would suggest please read scn rules and before creating thread please search you will find your solution if not then post.

    Regards,

    Ganesh Bothe



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    Posted on Mar 14, 2014 at 05:56 AM

    Hi,

    This option is very nice especially if you are dealing with time dependency. When you select read from master data, there is the option to choose the time characteristic that will read the data. So please don't forget to assign that. If you don't assign it will get the system date as reference.

    Regards

    Yasemin...

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