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Query Compexity

I have now determined the last usage of queries built off an info provider. Lets assume that with this information I have established that there are 50 queries which I am interested in.

Without opening the design of the query is there any way I can determine the complexity of these queries for example from basic drill downs to ones which include complex calculated and restricted key figures?

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 01:41 PM

    You could consider attaching documents to key figures which explain the formulas etc.

    There's also the 'Key Figure Definition' (right-click on a KF) function, but I don't like that.

    Or the metadata repository...

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 01:56 PM

    Nitin,

    One cant determine the complexity without looking into the design. The complexity is guaged at the time of design and it will be documented. The complexity depends upon the business requirement.

    So I think without opening the query you cant understand the complexity.

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 01:57 PM

    Hi Niten,

    You can just goto transaction RSRT and execute your query.There you can find the dependencies,drilldowns etc of the query opened.This is the way how you will execute with out opening Query designer or analyser

    Regards

    Karthik

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