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BPC 10 Standard Export Functionaliy (Trans./Conv. file help)

Hi all,

I have 2 questions about transformation and conversion file which I need for the export of transactional data to file:

1. Is it possibile to extract the property of a dimension member ?

eg.

Master Data DIM 1

DIM1 Property A green B blue C yellow

Transactional Data Output File

DIM1 DIM 1 Property DIM2 … AMOUNT A green X 10 A green Y 15 C yellow Z 20

2. In the output file I want to merge two dimension member in one; so in the mapping section of the transformation file I have this:

OUTPUTFIELD=DIM1+*STR(_)+DIM2

And I want to skip the record based on the value of DIM2 but I can't. In the conversion file I tried this:

Value of DIM2 I want the record to be skipped = GGG

External Internal *_GGG *skip

But it doesn't work.

Thanks,

Michele

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  • Posted on Jan 16, 2015 at 08:46 AM

    Hi,

    Standard BPC Export of transactional data to file will not allow:-

    1. Exporting PROPERTY

    2. SKIP during export is possible but may not be joining.\

    If you have some complex logic to export you can use BADI to export the transaction data as a flat file.

    Regards,

    Bishwajit

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2015 at 08:50 AM

    Hi Michele,

    The standard package doesn't cater for your requirements, what you can do is by using end routine in your transformation file, and use BADI to do what you are required to do.

    Andy

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    Posted on May 13, 2015 at 12:38 PM

    you can probably fix your issue and avoid using the * by putting an IF THEN statement in your transformation file where you do the concatenation.

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