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upload flat file on SAP BPC with comments

Hi experts.

I need to upload a flat file to BPC. The problem is that the flat file is coming like this:

1. How can I map the time on transformation file?

2019.01=*COL(4)

2019.02=*COL(5)

2. How can I upload the comments on flat file to comments on BPC?

I´m using SAP BPC 10.1 NW.

Thanks.

Maria

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  • Posted on Aug 31, 2019 at 06:15 AM

    To upload file with multiple time id's in the line use MVAL in mapping section of transformation file!

    https://help.sap.com/viewer/ec68e48b18a44a49abb12b8ee8ae306f/10.0.35/en-US/f9c4554f6faf1014878bae8cb0e91070.html

    About comments - not clear what time ID has to be used to store comment!

    But anyway - for comments load you have to create routine badi...

    Another option is to load data from BPC report using VBA to fill cells from text file.

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  • Posted on Oct 22, 2019 at 03:18 PM

    I want to load comments using a endroutine BADI. But How to map the comment in mapping section?

    SCOMMENT=*COL(27)

    ??

    Regards,

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  • Posted on Oct 22, 2019 at 04:27 PM

    Use STARTROUTINE badi - you will get raw line from data file as string. Parse it in ABAP to find required member ID's and comment string. In this case you don't need to map comment column. Unfortunately, if you have any complex mapping of member ID's and some conversion then you have to do the same in ABAP.

    Can you post your full transformation file (and conversion file if any)?

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