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CDS View's oData service error

Hi everybody,

My CDS View was successfully activated with these annotations:

@VDM.viewType: #CONSUMPTION

@Analytics.query: true

@OData.publish: true

Then when i go the the Gateway, i can not add the service: Only queries with an easy query layout are supported by this version (!!)

Have you ever faced such an issue?

Many thanks,

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2016 at 03:18 PM

    Hi,

    I came across this blog before i posted my question.

    Not only a measure was required, but the problem was also this annotation: @Analytics.query: true

    I took it out, and the service was generated correctly.

    Then i had another problem with vocabulary annotations. I solved it this way (from sap.help):

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    1.Log on to the backend system

    2.Execute transaction/iwbep/reg_vocan

    3.ChooseCreate

    4.EnterAnnotation Model Name

    5.Enter/SSB/CL_SSB_RUNTIME_APC_EXTas theAnnotation Model Provide Class

    6.EnterDescriptionand chooseContinue

    7.ChooseAdd Assignmentfor the newly createdAnnotation Model Name

    8.Enter theTechnical Service Nameand chooseContinue

    9.In the frontend server, execute transaction/iwfnd/maint_service

    10.Create a service registration for the newly createdAnnotation Model Name

    11.Load metadata for the selected service

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    Thanks for your reply.

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  • Posted on Oct 17, 2016 at 09:06 AM

    Check here. Point 6. You may require to define a Measure in your CDS view.

    https://blogs.sap.com/2016/04/01/tips-experience-and-lessons-learned-s4hana-projects-tell-s4hana-part-1/

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