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Is there a way to import member formulas in BPC?

Dec 14, 2016 at 01:50 PM

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Hello,
I have a situation on which I have to delete and reload all data in BPC cube, because of wrong Master Data.
So I have to delete all Transactionaldata, after that to delete Master Data and then to reload Master and Transactional data.
That`s OK, but as I know I`ll lose all Member Formulas that I have defined for dimensions....

So my question is whether there is a way to Import Member Formulas in BPC?

My BPC is 10.01, also I think that i`ll be able to generate those formulas in Excel.
I`m talking for about 1K Member Formulas.

Any help is appreciated ...

Regards,
Boyan.

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First of all, you have incorrect primary tag! Your question is not related to starter kit for IFRS.

And there is no BPC 10.01, may be you are talking about 10.1?

What is your BPC version - MS or NW?

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Boyan Punchev Dec 15, 2016 at 08:23 AM
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Sorry for the incorrect tag. I searched for BPC tags and the only that i found was for MS starter kit.
On the topic:

I`m running on version SAP BO BPC 10.1 over NW 7.5

Business Warehouse is:

SAP_BW 7500002 / SP Level 002 / Support Package APK-75002INSAPBWSAP

DB is HANA if that does matter.

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Former Member Jan 30, 2017 at 08:57 PM
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Hi Boyan,

Have you managed to find something to help you? I may be in a similar position (slightly fewer Member Formulas). Very similar infrastructure (BPC 10.1 on HANA BW 7.50 SP05)

(For the tag, start typing "BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation ..."

Regards

Nick

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Boyan Punchev Feb 02, 2017 at 03:42 PM
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Hi Nick,

No. I haven't find anything on how to deal with such a issue.
The problem is not solved.
Anyway while I looking for some info about this problem I came across several topics that discuss that it is a good idea to avoid using too many Member Formulas. Too many member formulas can led to performance troubles.

Regards,
Boyan.

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"Too many member formulas can led to performance troubles" - not correct :)

To many formulas on the same report - correct!

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