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Doubt regarding data functions of Bex query designer

Hi BW Gurus,

I have a query in bex which is written like this

NODIM(NODIV0((NODIM(CKF) %A NODIM(CKF)))

what does this function does ?

Can you please help me to understand this with a simple example . Thanks in advance

Teja

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  • Posted on Sep 12, 2016 at 12:48 PM

    Looks like a empty query with no dimension or key figures. Are you able to open it? It could be a rrupt query.

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  • Posted on Sep 12, 2016 at 02:05 PM

    Hi Divya,

    In SAP BW Bex Query desinger we have functions like NODIM(),NDIV0().

    Here NIODIM() function means suppose we are doing calculations using keyfigures of type Amount or Quantity this are unit referenced objects like for amount 100INR(Here INR is attached with number 100) and Quantity 100KG .

    So while doing calculation on this type of objects we will get an error becuase 100INR/200USD this is not possible to do it,So we have remove unit 1st then do the calculation for that we are using NODIM() function.

    Similarly while dividing like a/b so here divide by 0 the value is undefined so to handle this situation we use NDIV0() function.

    i hope this information is enough.

    Regards

    Surendra

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