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Too much data in SAP Design Studio 1.6

Feb 25, 2017 at 12:08 AM

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Hello!

Source: Universe IDT

48 data cells

Analytic Component: Geo Map

Version: SAP BusinessObjects 1.6 SP3 Patch 1

I get the message "Too much data" Is it the patch 1 issue?

I have tried placing the latitude and longitude in the columns and rows no luck still. please help!

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Hi Mithun,

Normally you should not receive a "too much data" error with only 48 cells. Can you provide screenshots of the data source initial view as well as the property sheet for the geo map?

Regards,

Mustafa.

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Hi Mustafa!

Thanks for your reply. Please find the attached snapshot of the Initial View and the property.

I also tried to place a city dimension in the Rows which resulted in 2048 rows but I still get the same message and I don't see Latitude & Longitude in the dropdown of Additional Properties.

Thanks Again!

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Mustafa Bensan Feb 28, 2017 at 12:11 AM
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Hi Mithun,

From the screenshot, it looks like you are using a Universe data source with longitude and latitude configured as separate dimensions. You need to model your Universe such that latitude and longitude are attributes of a single dimension (like City). Please refer to the following blog post that explains the required setup in detail:

Design Studio 1.5 Geo Map Component Configuration with SAP BIP Universes

Regards,

Mustafa.

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Hi Mustafa,

Thanks Much for you time and answer! I'm not getting the message(Too much data) anymore. However the Latitude and Longitude drop down in the Additional Properties are still empty. I tried to close and open the application. Is there anything i'm still missing?

Please let me know if I should be opening a separate question?

Thanks Again!

MK

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Mithun Kumar Reddy Kesireddy

Hi Mithun,

Did you follow all of the instructions in the blog I referenced? Have you defined the longitude and latitude as attributes of a dimension?

Can you provide a screenshot of your new initial view after making the changes specified in the blog?

Regards,

Mustafa.

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Hi Again!

Yes I did follow the article and added the Attribute(Latitude and Longitude) in rows and also looked at your article of one geo dimension in one DS. Attached are the images. Please let me know at your convenince what is that I'm missing here.

Much Appreciated!!

MK

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Mithun Kumar Reddy Kesireddy

Hi Mithun,

This is very unusual indeed. The universe appears to be configured as per the blog. Although it's not entirely clear from the blog, I am wondering if for universes the geo dimension has to be literally named "Location Id"? Although this doesn't make sense, perhaps you could try it as a last resort just to rule it out?

Mustafa.

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