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Aggregates for Full Load Everday.

I've an infocube with full load from ODS with around 5million records. I've created an aggregate (using Propose by Query) on this infocube. This cube gets full load everynight. What is the best way to fill that one aggregate I created after the full load. I know that we can do this manually by (Activate and Fill) in Manage Aggregates screen. But can this be automated and included in a process chain. I tried the process type 'Initial Fill of New Aggregates', but seems it didn't work. Can someone please me the steps to fill this aggregate(like do I need delete indices, etc,.) automatically in a process chain.

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 09:52 PM

    Hi ,

    yes,use abap program process type

    cheers,

    Swapna.G

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 07:27 PM

    Hi ,

    once an aggregte bulit on any infocube,we will fill the data into aggregate which is ONETIME

    afterwards we will rollup the subsequent data into info cube

    you can automate this rollup part of process chain

    cheers,

    Swapna.G

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 08:29 PM

    Hi ,

    you can use below programs to automate the process

    The programs are:

    SAP_AGGREGATES_DEACTIVATE: deactivate the aggregates of an infoCube

    SAP_AGGREGATES_ACTIVATE_FILL: activate and fill the aggregates of an infoCube.

    cheers,

    Swapna.G

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