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Aggregate value through on the fly calculation from BSEG table.

Hi Experts,

I am a new bird in SAP SFIN. I am going through different SFIN blog posts and documents and getting confused on some of the points. It would be really thankful to you if you would clear my below doubts.

How the system will calculate the aggregate values on the fly in BSEG table as the materialized aggregate tables have been already obsoleted in SAP SFIN?

Materialized view (BSIS,BSAS,BSIK,BSAK etc.) and Materialized aggregate(GLT0,FAGLFLEXT etc.) are now obsolete in SFIN but still exist with compatibility view. what does it mean?

Appreciate your early feedback.

Regards,

Mohammed Kalim

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2015 at 10:58 AM

    Hey Mohammed,

    Please refer one of the existing thread where this issue was discussed:-

    http://scn.sap.com/thread/3775286

    About your query, the idea of having aggregates and index was for faster reporting.

    But with Hana you can have aggregates very quickly,

    So all the old tables ( as mentioned by you) are replaced by view, which will not have data footprint and will collate data on the Fly when referred.

    Hope this helps,

    Please close the thread.

    Regards,

    Rishab

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