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Problen in aggregates


I have a query on inventory scenario , this query pulls a large amount of data hence is taking some time to populate.So i had made one aggregate on the infocube.But the performance is still the same.

I had traced the query with RSRT and found that on executing the "excecute+debug" button in RSRT and checking the option of "show aggregates found" i do not see the technical name of the aggregate but the name of the infocube appears, moreover the execution time of the query is still the same.

The "USAGE" column of the aggregate in the maintain aggregates screen is also "ZERO" and is not increasing inspite of executing the query many times.

I have also triedd the deativtion and the activation and fill of the aggregate, in case their might be some problem with it, the check aggregate button is also giving me the green signal.

Can anybody help me with this issue?

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    Posted on Mar 06, 2007 at 09:43 AM

    Hi Aman.

    It sounds like you are missing i.e. some characteristics in your aggregate, that you mistakenly have set some wrong fixed values, set a wrong hierarchy level or something like that.

    When you use the show aggregates found function in RSRT you get a list of characteristics used, fixed values, hierarchies, hierarchy levels etc. You can use these to design the aggregate.

    Hope it helps.



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      but then maybe you have misunderstood how to build an aggregate? As Stefan says you have to include (at least) all values from when you test the query in RSRT.

      All these characteristics have to be in the aggregate, not Material ONLY.

      Good luck!

      Kind regards


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