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Problem with automatic convertion of calc KF from Before agg to After agg

Dear Team,

We have done BI upgradation from BW 3.1 to BI7. Now we are migrating the queries. In some of the BW 3.5 queries we have used calculated key figure which contain before aggregation. We have taken copy of that BW 3.5 query, created new calculated keyfigure with exception aggregation and saved in BI7. After that BI7 query showing that new calculated keyfig value fine but whatever other 3.5 calc keyfig which are used in this BI7 query which contain before aggregation earlier in 3.5 automatically converted to after aggreagation. This is a big problem for us now. If anybody faced this problem pls reply, its urgent...........

We have checked forum and SAP Notes but couldnt find solution for this type of problem

Best Regards,

SG

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    Posted on Oct 23, 2007 at 09:45 AM

    Hello SG,

    This is a pretty newly found problem is the frontend coding of Query Designer 2004s. When you save a 3.x query with 'calculation before aggregation' this property is lost in QD and nothing saved into db.

    The bug is fixed already with revision 511 (and higher). But at the moment there is no hotfix available. So most likely it will go into FrontEnd Patch 16.

    There are, in principle, way how to manage this property manually directly in the tables, but tI would recommend a message for this ...

    Best regards,

    Maxim

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