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Hi,

In Bex query ,there are 2 key figures 0RPA_MC01_CKF_GP & 0RPA_MC01_CKF_GP_IMPACTBYDISC.

first one is holding GP values and other one is holding some percentage.

I have to find out how these values are getting populated ,because there are some some changes in vat and need to change the formula for how

GP % is calculated.

I am not able to find these 2 fields in cube or multiprovider and also these fields are not variables in Bex query.

Their naming conventions look different .

Can some one please suggest where to search for them and what could be these 2 variables ?

Thanks in Advance.

Veena.

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    Posted on Nov 11, 2015 at 10:47 AM

    Hi Veena

    These two keyfigures are calculated keyfigures (CKF), just as the naming convention says. In your query designer, just below your infoprovider name in the top left, you will find Calculated Keyfigures and Restricted Keyfigures as below.

    You will find you keyfigure as well in this list.Right click on it and click on display. It will show you the explanation.

    It should be based on a keyfigure from your infocube or another CKF or RKF.

    Hope this helps

    Regards

    Karthik


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  • Posted on Nov 11, 2015 at 12:10 PM

    Hi,

    you can search on the global level findding the calcualted key figures and resctricted key figures.

    then you will find the those technical names.

    if you developed there its applicable for all querires.

    if you develop under rows and columns panle it applicable for respetive queries.

    Thanks,

    Phani.

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