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Master data missing for Fiscal period ?

Hi Gurus,

I am facin g a strange behaviour.

We are creating a BI-IP applcation. One of the first step is to create a specific document in our cube to store a Fiscal Period as a key point.

So, in my Visual Composer model, I offer the user the list of possible Fiscal Period so taht they can choose.

We are in 2011, and try to choose for example 2015/007

Using this data, we will then repost he recod we have in the cube from the old value to 2015/007

The system issues a message explaining that there is no master data for the chosen fiscal period or we do not have authorization...

But if we choose another fiscal period much closer in time to 2011 (I did not find yet the cut off period), it works fine...

How can I a enforce the master data creation of 0FISCPER, as if I look into the table T009B, for the fiscal variant we use, we have data till end of 2030...

I am confused. Any help ?

PY

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2011 at 11:06 AM

    Hi,

    the time interval used for the F4 help might be relevant here. The system generates the time values based on the setting maintained in transaction RSRHIERARCHYVIRT. Check the time interval on the first tab.

    Regards,

    Gregor

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    • Former Member OR ISH-SHALOM

      Hi

      Look at OSS note 1403320

      Summary

      Symptom

      Symptom 1: Creating new rows in planning query not possible.

      Symptom 2: The system throws an error 'Charateristic fiscal year/period has no master data for xxxx' for valid values.

      Other terms

      planning, new, entries, rows, _VALUE_GENERATE, 0CALMONTH, 0CALQUARTER, 0CALWEEK, 0CALYEAR, 0FISCYEAR, maxrows

      Reason and Prerequisites

      This is caused by a program error.

      PY

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