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Quantity Fields Zero after Creation of BIA Indexes

Two cubes have been built from a CO-PA DSO. The cubes have correct data quantity and value. After applying BIA indexes and then running queries that utilize these indexes, all quantity fields appear as zero. If we delete the BIA indexes, queries show the correct quantity.

We are currently on SAP NetWeaver BI 7.0 support level 17. We do not have experience with BIA on prior support levels.

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    Posted on May 28, 2008 at 08:31 PM

    Please try to apply note 1152958 and let me know if helped.

    Regards,

    -Vitaliy

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      Vitaliy, thank you very much for your reply. Our basis team installed the BIA correction and it solved the issue. We really appreciate the suggestion after having spent a considerable amount of time investigating the related queries, re-running and rebuilding process chains and chasing some other false leads. Adding to the difficulty was the fact that not all cubes were impacted, and in fact after rebuilding some cubes that had the issue, the problem appeared to go away. We did have one real-time cube however that never worked correctly until the BIA revision was installed. The basis team indicated that installing the BIA revision was much easier than implementing the correction instructions.

      Thanks again for your suggestion.

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 10:10 AM

    If you do not want to install the BIA revision, the workaround is to implement the correction instructions of the note with SNOTE and re-index the cube completely, this also solves the issue. We have already applied this solution at a customer and it works fine.

    Kind regards,

    Luc

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