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Hybrid provider (delta part not activated (using Direct access))

Hi all,

We are trying to setup a hybrid provider using infocube and virtual cube.

The setup works fine but when we try to open a report on the hybridprovider I get the message :

reading of deltapart in CUBENAME deactivated.

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In delta pair class CL_RSD_DELTAPAIR_HYBRID_VS reading of delta part CUBENAME has been deactivated.

System Response

Only the aggregate part "CUBENAMEI is read. The dats is therefore probably not completely up-to-date.

I don't have any aggregates setup, since I've read this error on the forum and the response was it should have been an aggregate problem..

I've discovered transaction /oRSDIPROP can be used to change the properties and I've treid them all with no luck...

The wierd thing is, I've made the same setup using an RDA DSO and here changing the options did the trick.

Any off you have an idea why the hybrid is not able to use the "delta" part that should be in the virtual provider?

Thanks in advance and looking forward on you insights

Kind regards


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  • Posted on May 09, 2015 at 06:44 AM

    Hi Bram,

    Did you find a solution to this automatic switch? Currently I'm facing the same issue. I found a work-around by creating a Multiprovider with the 2 cubes (AP and DP) underneath instead of the Hybrid. Nevertheless when using a filter in my query, sometimes it shows only data from the AP cube even if it should also retrieve data from the DP cube. Do we have to maintain the delta pair class that causes this?



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  • Posted on May 12, 2015 at 05:03 PM

    I Found the solution: in the query we have to play with the request Id variables of 0REQUID f.i. 0S_RQALL That returns the values of the DP.


    Etienne Pelgrims

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