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Creating Infoobjects for the existing Infoprovider

Hello,

Can someone give me the steps to follow while creating infoobjects. Example - while working on a query realized that addition of 2 more infoobjects would make a lot of sense. So how do i go about creating infoobjects for the already existing infoprovider. I mean do i need to make the initial changes in the ODS or Infocube? Its just a doubt so please any amount of explanation would be of great help.

Thank You,

Anjali

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    Posted on Dec 30, 2004 at 04:56 PM

    Hi anjali,

    if you want to add infoobjects to cube means u need to add the same infoobject in communication structure too. so we have an option in communication structure to create new infoojbects we need. So first create there and go to info provider double click on the cube and change the mode(display to change). add those feilds again the cube structure too. I think this is how we need to do....

    Hope it works fine.....

    regards,

    Sreenath Reddy.

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      Hi Anjali,

      I agree with Sreenath.

      Few Suggestions:

      If these two fields are the part of Transaction Data then you need to add them in Transfer Structure and Infoprovider.

      If you want to use these objects as only Navigational Attributes then you need not add these fields to the Infoprovider, just make them as navigational attributes in the master data characteristics.

      Hope that helps.

      Regards

      Deepak

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    Posted on Jan 03, 2005 at 03:01 PM

    Thanks Guys

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