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Re : LO Extraction

Hi ,

We are asked to create a report on BI ( It is based on

a ABAP report that is running in our company ).

The ABAP report uses following tables to give output

VBRK : Header Billing

J_1IEXHDR : Exercise Invoice

KONV : Conditions Header

TCURR : Exchange rate

TCURX : Decimal places in curriencies

T005T : Country names

KNA1 : Customer master

We are also assigned to show the same output in BEx.

We are new to BI , We know LO Extraction , But how to

get Excecise , Currency , Country Etc into a single

report . Should we use Multicube concept .

Is there a seperate data source for J_1IEXHDR

Help me in this regards , my team is waiting for your

valuable response .

Best regadrs

Shiba

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  • Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 07:05 AM

    Shiba,

    check which fields are being used for the ABAP report and see if you can get the same in O cockpitand then it is upto the data modler if the report should run on a cube / ODS..

    Arun

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 07:09 AM

    Hi Shiba,

    if the fields are not in LO Cockpit, you can use the BADI to enhance datasource.

    Doris

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 07:49 AM

    Hi ,

    What is the data source for table

    <b>J_1IEXHDR : Exercise Invoice</b> .

    How to use this in LO Extraction along with other

    standard cubes such as Biling ..

    Regards

    Shiba

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