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Master Data loading in BPC 7.5 with prefix

Hi Gurus,

I need a help in master loading in BPC 7.5

Currently we are loading GL account with prefix of A and controlling area(COA1)

BI:0000600000

BPC: ACOA10000600000

I have maintained logic in the transformation file as below. Z001 represents the hierarchy Node.

ID=IF(ID(1:4)=STR(Z001) then STR(A)+ID;STR(A)0CO_AREAID)

Now client has came with new requirement as below

BI BPC

GL Acc 0000600000 A_600000

GL Node Z00113 Z001_13

GL Node Z00213 Z002_13

For the above requirement i have maintained the logic in the transformation file as below. when running master data load package i got the error as

Line 755 :Command failed ; end position is out of record index

ID=IF(ID(1:4)=STR(Z001) then STR(Z001_)+ID(5:12);STR(A_)+ID(5:12))

I need your help in modifying the logic in the transformation file for handling the above requirement.

And also for handling two hierarchy Z001 and Z002.

Thanks

Mahesh

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    Posted on Apr 19, 2011 at 02:47 PM

    Try this....

    ID=IF(ID(1:4)=STR(Z001) then STR(Z001_)+ID(5:6);STR(A_)+ID(5:12))

    Hope this helps and fix your issue.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Apr 20, 2011 at 02:21 AM

    Hi,

    Your command should like:

    ID=*IF(ID(1:4)=*STR(Z001) then *STR(Z001_)+ID(5:6);*STR(A_)+ID(5:10))

    Hope this helps.

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  • Posted on Apr 22, 2011 at 01:48 AM

    In my case, I made use of the conversion file to achieve that as I had the same error previously as you are having now.

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