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Two Hierarchy issue

Hi,

we have material hierarchy(026), which is loaded from R/3 daily. We have created copy this hierarchy(z26) and changed some nodes for reporting purpose only. Both hierarchy are active. we are using BW 3.5.

Now when new node is created in basic hierarchy (026), modified version is present under hierarchy tab and we activate the same. new nodes get correctly assigned.

But for Z26 hierarchy, these nodes are not present. it looks like only way is to drop Z26 and create new copy of 026 hier.

is there any other solution? we need new hier, as few nodes are to be display differently.

regards: gaurave.

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    Posted on Mar 24, 2008 at 06:46 AM

    Hi Gaurave,

    If you delete the z26 hierarchy and copy again 026 to z26, you will loose your modified data from z26 and then you need to redo the whole changes again. Which seems to be not a good practice always. Download the hier into flat files and check which are the new added/changes in the 026 hierarchy and then you maintain the same in z26 hier. Either you can write some fox program to compare the job or can check in excel.

    to download filefile:

    goto se38 and execute the program Z_SAP_HIERARCHY_DOWNLOAD

    for more detail in step by step

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/go/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/0403a990-0201-0010-38b3-e1fc442848cb

    Hope this is fine.

    Cheers,

    Sanjiv

    Edited by: Sanjiv Kumar on Mar 24, 2008 7:56 AM

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    • Former Member

      Hi Sanjeev

      thanks for reply and document link.

      it looks like some issue with SDN as i'm not able to assign points to your reply. in fact the que is not coming under my profile.

      sorry man. but thanks for help.

      regards: gaurave

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