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What are the best practice to AA?

Hello all:

I´am planning to use this InfoCube, Period Values 0FIAA_C02 but I am not sure becuse there is another cube with the same name, Period Value (Delta) 0FIAA_C13. Do you know if these are the same or one can be replaced for the other.

An finally, Do you know if this is the data flow that I have to build for AA?

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/a4/f4153c4eb5d82ce10000000a114084/frameset.htm

Thanks a lot.

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 08:14 AM

    The help file is EXACTLY the right way to do it from version 3.2 onwards

    The period cube needs data from the deprecation datasource and from the delta feed fromthe movements ODS

    It is best to put them all in - then you don;t have to worry about b/f figures for the year being calculated from the period ODS - you use the annual values ODS for that

    The business content Asset History Shhet is a bit "naff" - so use this as the basis to write your own

    I actually link all three cubes into a multicube and built my asst history sheets off that

    Be careful with volumes though - the period values ODS can create an example of 144 records fro each movement from the movwements ODS

    movement x 3 currency types x 4 deprecation areas x 12 periods

    Also set th depreciation simulation flag to whiever one is appropriate on the extractor (drastically cuts down or icnreases run time depending on which flag you use)

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