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Analysis for olap 4.2: copying values and problem with diagram lables

Hi,

I have two questions about analysis for olap 4.2.

1. I cann't find any way to copy some text (dimension code or value) from crosstab to clipboard. For example, I would like to check some data in ERP for one material from olap-report (or one document number and so on) and I want to copy it's number. How to do it? Usual way as select value and press "ctrl+c" gives me nothing.

2. There is some strange behavior of diagram - it does not display cyrillic symbols, but only in lables. These lables are OK in filters, "pop-up" messages in diagrams. They are also ok in any crosstabs. But only in diagram "legend" they are missing. For example if the plant name contains address - it shows only digits and special symbols from it, but no letters. Whay shoud I check for this?

Thanks.

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    Posted on Aug 15, 2016 at 07:02 PM

    Question 1. You can't copy data from Analysis OLAP via windows Control <C>. The workaround is to export to excel.

    As users we have been told to use SAP idea place to request changes in software functionality. If you search the site you will find https://ideas.sap.com/D8501 This was requested on 12/31/2012. As you can see there has been no feedback on the request. Also you may notice from the main page that the next review date is January 2016.

    I like the concept of Idea place. Unfortunately the site does not appear to be managed for Analysis OLAP.

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