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InfoProvider OLAP Cache settings

The BI nw2004s 7.0 version is support stack 12 SAP_BW level 14. How do you set the olap cache mode to flat file at an InfoProvider level. Via rsrt, each query can be set, but the defaults are currently 'Cache without swapping'. Want to change that to 'persistence flat file', but not have to manually do it for every query. For BW 3.5, the process was: Use Transaction SPRO and

menu path SAP Customizing Implementation Guide • SAP NetWeaver •

SAP Business Information Warehouse • Reporting-relevant Settings •

General Reporting Settings in Business Explorer • InfoProvider Properties

However, this path does not exist in 7.0

Any feedback on how to change the cache mode for an infoprovider so that it doesn't have to be manually done for each query.

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 07:12 AM

    Hi Dan,

    Please go to the infocube itself on RSA1 in display or change mode.

    Through the menu - enviroment>infoprovider properties>change.

    On the first tab u can change the settings of the cache.

    Tomer.

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 08:44 PM

    That was it, thanks.

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