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Not Autiable for the Composite provider based on the Aggregation

Jan 25, 2017 at 09:47 AM

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Hi experts , We have a Composite provider based on four aggregation level , and there are two aggregation level based on two plan model Advanced Data store , now the problem is BPC default set this to not audit able , is it sounds reasonable ? Composite provider based on the aggregation level can't audit able ? or should i change my model?

i send OSS to SAP , but i get reply is : For composite provider, as I explained in the previous reply, if all the part providers are auditable, then the composite provider is auditable. Otherwise, the composite provider is not auditable. For HCPR, it could be auditable if ANY of part-provider is auditable. In your case, none of the four direct part-provider is auditable(though they are based on the aggregation of ADSO ZBUG_AD06, ZBUG_AD07, but these two are not the direct part-provider of ZBUG_CM03. Currently such scenario is not supported). I suggest that you change the modeling to ensure at least one of the part-provider is auditable and see if it meets your requirement.

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Marc Alexander Roeder
Jan 30, 2017 at 03:15 PM
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Hi Kumar,

auditing is done on the persistence level. So it's not the HCPR or the aggregation level that is actually auditable, but the basic providers are.

Advanced DSOs have built-in auditing which is always switched on if they are "cube-like" (the check box is called "All Characteristics are Key, Reporting on Union fo Inbound and Active Table").

To see the audit dimensions of such an aDSO, you need an HCPR on top of the aDSOs and set the "Show Audit Characteristics in Query" flag on the "General" tab of the HCPR in the BW modeling tools in eclipse.

Best regards,
Marc

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