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part cost kf values are getting aggregated ......... can any one help me?

hello gurus....

iam designing a infocube in which there is a keyfigure 'partcost'.when i execute a query on this infocube, the part cost values for a particular part id are getting summed up. but the part cost ,whether for single or 100's of parts ,should be the same.

i dont want these part cost values in the query to be aggregated. what i should do now. declare this part cost as non cumulative kf or is there any solution for this ?

i have gone thru the sap help site, but unable to find a solution for this?

how to declare it as a non cumulative kf ?

can any one suggest me a with some detailed steps what should be done for this? very urgent . my project deadline is with in 2 days. i will be really thankful to u..

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    Posted on Aug 01, 2006 at 11:34 PM

    It is price of the product, right? It could be a better fit as a master data attribute for the product (material).

    Can you define the property as 'Maximum' (assuming each record has the same value for partcost) in KF's aggregation property (in infoobject editor for KF infoobject), or, set the property of the KF in the query designer (context menu of the KF) "calculate single values as 'Average'").

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    Posted on Aug 02, 2006 at 01:32 AM

    Hi Lokesh,

    Pls check your post in BI General.

    Regards

    Hari

    Message was edited by: Hari Krishnan K

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