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InfoCube with degenerative dimensions

I have an InfoCube that has a significant performance problem due to a very large (degenerative) dimension. I am working in a 7.0 SPS 13 environment. I want to reconfigure the InfoCube dimensions without having to reload the InfoCube from the source system. Please provide a step by step process for completing this task. In addition, this InfoCube receives it's dataload from an DSO. This DSO is huge, and is very slow when utilizing the report to report interface. So, I believe I should partition the DSO and I believe the only option is a "physical" partition? I wonder if there is a "logical" partition method similar to what is available for an InfoCube?

Thank you so much for your help.

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  • Posted on Oct 04, 2009 at 10:34 PM

    Remodeling the cube can be done using the remodeling toolbox option - you can search the forums on how to achieve this.

    DSO cannot be logicallly partitioned - you can physically partition the same in the backend using the tablees created in the DB or archive older data out of the DSO if you feel you no longer need the same.

    As for partitioning the DSO - your BASIS DBA should be able to do that.

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