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Using SAP_AGGREGATES_DEACTIVATE to deactivate a single aggregate

Hello,

is there a way to use the report SAP_AGGREGATES_DEACTIVATE to deactivate just a single aggregate of a cube? As I know so far the aforementioned report deactivates all the aggregates of the cube specified.

I have no ABAP experience and I am totally new to ABAP. Has anyone experience concerning the modification of the report SAP_AGGREGATES_DEACTIVATE so that it is able to deactivate just a single aggregate?

My question also targets the case vice versa, that is activating/filling a single aggregate (possibly by using report SAP_AGGREGATES_ACTIVATE_FILL).

Thanks to any answers in advance!

Best regards,

Philipp

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2006 at 03:18 PM

    Hi,

    Just curious, for filling up or deactivating a single aggregate why goto the effort of modifying the ABAP code when you can easily do it by going to the cube manage screen and doing it in less time from there. Anyway once you trigger the job, it'll be executing in the backend and you only need to check it in SM37.

    Cheers,

    Kedar

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2006 at 01:04 PM

    Hi,

    SAP_AGGREGATES_ACTIVATE_FILL - to fill all the aggregates on a particular info cube.

    SAP_AGGREGATES_DEACTIVATE - to deactivate all the aggregates on a particular cube.

    RSDDK_AGGREGATE_DIRECT_FILL - fill an aggregate from a given aggregate or cube.

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