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Userexit / attribut derivation in BCS

Hy,

it is possible to use an userexit and derivation of attributes in SEM BPS.

The same I am looking for in SEM-BCS.

I want to fill an attribut of the transactional cube with variable values, dependent on used versions and subversions. This means that the additional programm has to update any document with further information at the moment the document is written to the Cube (and ODS as well).

Does anybody know about an userexit or any other possibility to make an update in this way?

Thanks in advance

Thomas

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    Posted on Jan 14, 2007 at 06:16 PM

    Hi,

    Good evening and greetings,

    Please go through the following OSS Note

    Note 536797 - General availability for SEM-BCS 3.1B

    Please reward points if found useful

    Thanking you

    With kindest regards

    Ramesh Padmanabhan

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    • Former Member

      Hy,

      well, the SAP Note you've declared is just a note which explains the general availability for SEM BCS and it's functions.

      I know that SEM BCS has a big lack of functions (BPS as well), but that's one of my main reason why I'm asking for a customer exit or comparable interface. I really do not want to wait until SAP is willing to release a system which runs with all functions are needed 😊

      Thomas

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