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How to display all available data for KFs from different Cubes


I am using a MultiProvider that consists of two InfoCubes. KF1 uses Cube1, KF2 uses Cube2 - characteristic Country exists in both cubes. I have the following data:

KF1 - Country 1: 5

KF1 - Country 3: 8

KF1 - Country 4: 10

KF2 - Coutnry 1: 9

KF2 - Country 2: 7

KF2 - Country 5: 3

I have a query that uses Country as a drilldown characteristic (ROWS) and displays the values of KF1 and KF2 (COLUMNS) for each Country. However, instead of seeing data for Countries 1-5 I only see data where I have results for KF1 (Countries 1,3 and 4). The value for Country 1 for KF2 shows up correctly in the corresponding row, but Countries 2+5 aren't displayed for KF2. If I change the Access Type for Result Values from "Posted Values" to "Master Data" I get the correct result. However this is not feasible in the final setting due to the amount of data that has to be handled (MasterData setting will lead to crashes of the query due to maximum number of cells exceeded).

Are there any other options to force the query to display values for all characteristic values where I have data for any KF?

Thanks a lot for your help!

Best regards,


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    Posted on May 04, 2011 at 10:09 AM

    As it turned out the issue was due to 2 restrictions on KPI2:

    1) Restriction to InfoProvider "Cube 2"

    2) Constant selection on two characteristics that have filters on a global level but which should not affect the display of the data for KF2

    Removing (1)+(2) provided the desired result.

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