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Unable to enhance 0EC_PCA_3 with Stat Key Fig (STAGR)

Colleagues:

My client is implementing infosource 0EC_PCA_3 for line-item PCA reporting. The only problem is this datasource lacks inclusion of SKF (STAGR) and SKF Type (GRTYP). Even though these fields are included in the extract structure GLPCW, these fields are not visible in the datasource maintenance screen in R/3. If I append the extract structure via ZAGLPCW, and have the datasource to include these fields (by unchecking HIDE and FOR CONV. EXIT checkboxes), data for these fields still is not transferred into BW. I have performed an EXHAUSTIVE search in OSS with no luck.

Does anyone know if this datasource has some sort of filter which excludes records with SKF postings? Any thoughts, solutions, workarounds, etc. (We created a custom datasource using the generic data extractor on GLPCA, which successfully extracts all data, however, performance is terrible!!)

We are aware of datasource 0EC_PCA_2 which extracts SKF data at the period level, however, my client requires a lower level of detail (i.e. daily, weekly).

All responses are appreicated. Thanks.

Rod

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2004 at 12:07 AM

    Roderick,

    All the 0EC_PCA_* extractors use the function module ECPCA_BIW_GET_DATA for extraction., if you look under the statement CASE I_ISOURCE, it explains why STAGR is not available in 0EC_PCA_3 and RACCT is not available in 0EC_PCA_2

    Based on the business scenario, there are other ways you can make use of the extractor 0EC_PCA_2 to load the data daily. Does the requirement specify load of SKF data daily or report SKF data based on 'entered on' date? Based on the requirement we can work around the problem

    Thanks,

    Gopal

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