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0RECORDTP & 0CHNGID is not in the Datapackage Dimension.

Hi,

I have one IDES system. When i tried to load data into BI i am getting error.

In cube datapackage dimension only 0REQID is there.

0RECORDTP & 0CHNGID is not in the datapackage dimension.

How can i resolve this issue. Most of them told that it is support pack issue.

Kindly advice me how can i resolve this issue.

Thanks

Kranthi

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  • Posted on Jan 21, 2010 at 12:58 PM

    Hi,

    I had the same problem in a new BW system. I don't remember the solution:

    See in the Business content. Are there the infoobjects in inactiv version? activate 0RECORDTP und 0CHNGID

    And then open the infocube in change mode and activate.

    Sven

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  • Posted on Jul 27, 2012 at 08:19 AM

    have you resolved this? i am facing the same issue here. 0CHNGID is not in data package dimesion so it is giving error in listcube and query cannot run in BEX.

    Kindly share the solution to this if you have found same

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    • Former Member

      Hi

      when you installed BI content cube or customized cube, automatically system will create 3 Dimensions

      1. Data Packet Dimension 2. Time 3. Unit

      In Data Packet Dimension, automatically systems provides 3 objects 1. 0CHNGID 2. 0RECORDTP 3. 0REQUID, you can't able to add on your own.

      If system does not provide the above 3 fields, then re install once again.

      Naresh

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