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Hi Guys,

Need suggestion on a issue i am trying to figure from long time.

I am using a BEx 7.0 query as source in APD. There is an attribute key figure(data type = Number and sample data in cube is 100,000) in the rows of query.

When i run the APD i dont see data being populated in result DSO.

I also only run intermediate result for the first step which is query only and still i dont see data in result.

I tried to create a new APD and used its master data object as source and run the intermediate result and then the data shows.

Not sure why from query its not showing. All settings seems fine.

Can you please suggest what happening and if any setting to be done.

Regards

Zabi

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  • Posted on Jun 04, 2014 at 01:02 AM

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  • Posted on Jun 04, 2014 at 02:26 PM

    Hi Users,

    Can we use display attribute in query as datasource in APD?

    Are there any settings we need to maintain for this situation?

    Because whatever i do i dont see data being populated for my key figure attribute in APD.

    I am sure its something to do with query properties or master data object properties or key figure attribute properties.

    Please share your ideas.

    Regards

    Zabi

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