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FICO AND BW

hello sapiens,

i have a hierarchy created by fico consultant in r3 under account groups.

i want to extract n load the hierarchy in bw. how would you do the same.

on the r3 end, i have tried doing in RSO2 tcode, and given the table name

but it gives the error message.

Am i going in the right track or is there something else do be done on

the r3 end.

Plz help.

Regards

Santosh

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  • Posted on Jan 07, 2007 at 04:15 PM

    Hi

    There sould be a content datasource in r3 called 0ACCOUNT_HIER (or similar, often with a number in between).

    When you connect that datasource to your hierarchy infosource in bw, you should be able to select these hierarchies.

    Regards,

    Beat

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2007 at 06:50 PM

    If you are trying to use account group hierarchy in connection with enterprise consolidation reporting, then you would have to generate the data sources in R/3 thorugh SBIW for ECCS. If its for regular GL reporting then as suggested you could extract the hierarchy associated with info object 0ACCOUNT_HIER.

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    • Former Member

      hello anuj,

      R3 hierarchy is under account groups but hierarchy is maintained for

      cost center related cost element in co.

      in rsa5, there is 0costelmnt_0102_hier, can something be done with

      this extractor in r3.

      Regards

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