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Hi Friends,

I have wrong data in first level DSO and it passed to till cube and report showing wrong data.

This i can solve by using selective deletion in all layers, but i want to do through routine in transformation for permanent solution.

Wrong data is: Few plants having wrong currency, now i want to delete it, so how can we achieve this?

Thank you.



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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2016 at 08:08 AM

    routine will slow down abit in performance.
    did you think it to achieve by filtering out the currency which you dont want.
    Delete and reload by filtering the data in DSO and then to cube. (my understanding may be wrong as I am not getting exactly where the issue is)

    As you said :Wrong data is: Few plants having wrong currency, now i want to delete it,

    Do you mean the wrong currency is coming from the source.please check datasource PSA and then R3.Verify once. If the wrong currency is on BW side and you want to replace the currency with the correct ones then its different work around. Is it local currency or document currency or which one?

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    • Former Member Hari M


      If you delete the records or make 0 the KF, the report is correct?, the total amount is the right one?

      If you can delete the amount, then

      Other approach instead of routine is to create a FORMULA in transformation... In Currency object create an IF condition based in PLANT.


      Ps. You can also do a conversion from Local Currency to other currency in DSO-Cube Transformation IF it is the case.

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