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Scorecard has no data, just the column headers

Hello! I am just a beginner with Design Studio 1.6 and discovered this post when I was having the same issue, namely, not being able to generate an initial scorecard. I am using Universe data, .unx, and am able to add a datasource to my scorecard. In order to get my data, I write query against the .unx universe. When I click on the "generate initial scorecard", the column headers appear, but no data.

I did uninstall the product, delete the two folders (analysis-config and analysis-workspace), and re-install. No help.

Does anyone have any other ideas about what I may be doing wrong?

If I use a locate .csv datasource, it seems to work.

Design Studio 1.6, version 16.1.1

BO 4.1 SP7

Universe .unx not sure how sourced

Thanks!

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  • Posted on Aug 06, 2016 at 05:48 AM

    Hi susan,

    First you have to check the initial view whether data is populating or not. if data is not populated means then you have to check with universe how many rows of data is populating more than 5000 rows Able to get beyond 5000 rows using UNX : View Idea . if it is less than 5000 means . please follow the steps in the below blog.

    Introduction to SAP Design Studio 1.6 Scorecard Component (Part 1)

    Hope it works fine

    Regards,

    Manoj

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    Posted on Aug 09, 2016 at 12:33 PM

    Hello again!

    Interestingly, I am able to generate the initial scorecard when I am running in Local mode using the CSV files.

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      Hello! Thank you for your response. Please find attached the Properties tab for the Scorecard. I'm not sure I can show the data in the Initial View. Sorry...The live preview shows the rows and columns of the data, as you would expect. There is a Type field which for a few of the types has more than one row. Here is a portion of it: Note that Type=Minor and Type=Review have more than one row associate. Hope this helps.

      The columns:

      Type ID# Cardinality Due In Target Date

      1 1 -168 2/29/16

      Minor 2 2 -197 1/31/16

      3 3 46 9/30/16

      Training 10 1 2 8/17/16

      Review 14 1 -46 6/30/16

      18 2 138 12/31/16

      Here are the properties:

      Thank you!

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2016 at 01:46 PM

    Did you define the Dimension for Row Scope in the Additional Properties? The described behavior looks familiar to this.

    If you don't define the scope up to the required dimension, the data does not appear in the content.

    It is the top setting within additional properties of the scorecard.

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