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Data Repost for blank field in Infocube

Hi experts,

I have fiscal year (000.yyyy) and posting period ( Empty-Blank) in Infocube. I want to repost (000.yyyy as 013.yyyy) and posting period (Blank to '013') but records without posting period 13 is not getting retrieved.

I have written a planning function using 'Repost' where i am changing Blank to 013 but when i run planning function with trace I can see data with period 013 is only being retrieved by planning function and no changes in result. I have already checked my planning level and all.

My question is why i am not getting all the data from database whatever is there in Infocube.

e.g

Data in my infocube:

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Fiscal period Posting Period Amount

001.2006 001 2000

013.2006 013 1000

000.2006 9000

000.2007 8000

My planning function is picking only

013.2006 013 1000

I am trying to achieve this result.

Fiscal period Posting Period Amount

001.2006 001 2000

013.2006 013 1000

000.2006 <b>013</b> 9000

000.2007 <b>013</b> 8000

Please help.

Thanks.

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 03:12 PM

    I am not sure why you are having this problem. Can you try one thing for testing... try to repost 001.2006 to 013.2006 and see if that works? (maybe the problem is due to the value 000.2006)

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 10:06 PM

    Hi,

    1) try not using blank (#) in the repost from but 000.

    2) have you tried it with a formula:

    if 0FISCPER3 = 000.

    KF, 013 = KF, 000.

    endif.

    regards

    Cornelia

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