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Canu00B4t upload a hierarchy from R/3

Hi,

The hierarchie is defined in tx. FM3G in R/3

I need to have this hierarchy in BW, but I dont know to which infoobjet is associated. If there is no infoobject, how can I create an extractor for this hierarchy.

The global question is, how can I check if a hierarchy in R/3 has a correspondin infoobject in BW, and if not how can I create an extractor for it.

Many thanks,

Pablo

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 05:12 PM

    Hi Pablo,

    Take a look at the infoobject: 0CMMT_ITEM -Commitment item. Maybe this is your infoobject.

    Datasource for hierarchy : 0CMMT_ITEM_FMCI_HIER

    I dont know if there is a "best" way to find objects in Business Content. I did like following:

    - Open Business content

    - Infoobjects

    - Find: Commitment

    Holp this help you,

    Marcelo

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 05:17 PM

    You dont need to know the IO to create a extractor for the hierarchy. All you need to know is the field and the table on the source side, the hierarchy is built on. Knowing the field on which the hierarchy is built would give u a fair idea what IO on BI should it be attached to, as you would already be using that field in BI.

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  • Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 07:31 PM

    Hi Pablo,

    Check this datasources:

    0CMMT_ITEM_0311_HIER

    0CMMT_ITEM_FMCI_PU_HIER

    the infoobject is: 0CMMT_ITEM

    hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Diego

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