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Problem with compound objects in IP input-ready queries

Hi, gurus!

I have following problem:

In IP input-ready query I have 2 restricted key figures (KF1 and KF2):

KF1 restrictions:

Char1 = X1

Char2 = 100

KF2 restrictions:

Char1 = X2

Char2 = 100

Char2 is compound with Char1, so KF1 should be restricted as Char2 = X1/100.

That query in example doesn't work, all cells are grey. But, If I'll change restriction of Char2 in any key figures everything will be fine. It looks like the system ignores Char1 restriction. E.g.

KF1 restrictions:

Char1 = X1

Char2 = 101

KF2 restrictions:

Char1 = X2

Char2 = 100

(Ok)

I think it is some kind of system error, but can't find the related Nota. Maybe somebody already solved the same problem?

Edited by: Mikhail Sychev on Jun 28, 2011 8:54 AM

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    Posted on Jul 15, 2011 at 08:37 PM

    Hi,

    you try adding the Compounded Info object in the filter of the aggregation level.

    cheers,

    Balaji

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    Posted on Jul 17, 2011 at 12:42 PM

    Hi Mikhail,

    This is typical issue with compounded infoobjects.

    I can think about 2 solutions.

    1) Create a hierarchy on the compounded infoobject and restrict the KFs by hierarchy nodes rather than direct filter values on the infoobject.

    2) If not, create an nav attribute on the compunded infoobject, in which you have to concatenate values of both the character values like 'X1100'. You this navigational attribute in the keyfigure filter.

    Thanks,

    Krishnan

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