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MultiCurrency Translation i BPC.

Dear Experts,

I am useing SAP BPC 5.0. I am New to BPC.

My Questions are as follows:

In Multi Currency Translation: I have some records in "TBLFACTFINANCE" Data table.

When i am running script logic file through "FX Restatement" package of Data Manager or

Default.lgf file for currency translation.

After running the script. Translated records of "TBLFACTFINANCE" are storing in "TBLFACTWBFINANCE".

Now my questions are

1) Is this method is Correct ?

And when i am trying to create reports, the Data in reports are coming from "TBLFACTFINANCE".

But i want to Create reports for records which have currency translated.

Thanks a Lot in Advance,


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    Posted on Jan 18, 2009 at 07:09 PM

    The process you have seen is correct. The SQL version stores data in 3 tables. The TblWBApp table is the write back partition or ROLAP, while the other 2 tables are the MOLAP partitions. Any reporting from BPC includes the aggregation of all 3 tables to deliver the results to the reporting interface. So, when you pull a report, the system knows to look in all 3 tables, and take the aggregated values from the tables. (remember, all values stores are the differential between the initial value, which in the beginning is zero, and the current input value)

    The currency records need to be processed from the ROLAP to the MOLAP partition using the Light Optimization. This is not to make the values correct, but to keep the system efficient.

    So, currency conversion is correctly placing the values in the WB table, at which point you will want to perofrm a light process.. Should you change the process and write the values to the other tables, the cube would need to be processed, which may take longer than just sending the values to the WB table.

    Hope this helps.

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