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Slow Moving Items in 0IC_MC01 Performance issue

Hi i am creating slow moving items report (Report which shows materials for which no transaction has been done for last 3 years) on MP 0IC_MC01 in BI7.0.

MP is based on cube 0IC_C03 and Infoobject 0MATERIAL .

In query i put rowcount in coloumn with Infoprovider 0material with constant selection but i dont get the option "Display values not posted" . and Issues value and Recved value .

in rows i put plant , material and material type

n put one condition values for issued and Recid = 0 .

and in filter we have calender year restriction .

But the proble is dere are around 25000 materials for each plant and its taking a lot of time to exceute for multiple plants for 1-2 years , can anyone suggest the best way for this report or how performance of this report can be improved .

Help will be appreciated .

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    Posted on Mar 17, 2009 at 09:15 AM

    Hi Bi Experts!!!

    Any suggestions???

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    Posted on Mar 17, 2009 at 09:22 AM

    Its rather better to use infoset on 0IC_MC01 and Material than using MP. The performance issue is coming because of a join between cube and infoobject, which SAP dont suggest to use.

    You ahve to use left outer join to get slow moving items.

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/Helpdata/EN/67/7e4b3eaf72561ee10000000a114084/content.htm

    Thanks...

    Shambhu

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