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Question on "Apply hierarchy/Attribute Change"

If we run the "Apply hierarchy/Attribute Change" from RSA1, it adjusts the master data as well it will also adjust the aggregates.

But, if we use the process "Attribute Change run" in process chain, it will only adjust the master data and DO NOT adjust the aggregates. We also have to run "RSDDS_AGGERGATES_MAINTAIN" program to adjust the aggregates.

Is this statement correct? Or, there is no difference between "Apply hierarchy/Attribute Change" in RSA1 and "Attribute Change run" in process chains.

if I refer to this document, it says you either have to run from RSA1 or run the RSDDS_AGG_MAINTAIN program.

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/80/1a67ece07211d2acb80000e829fbfe/content.htm

Please clarify

Thanks

John

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    Posted on Feb 09, 2005 at 06:31 PM

    Hi John,

    perhaps I already clarify this topic in a previous post:

    If hierarchies and attributes for characteristics have changed, then it is necessary to make structural changes to the aggregates in order to adjust the data accordingly.

    It does not make sense say that "Attribute Change run" only adjusts the master data and not the aggregates because master data don't need to be adjusted !!! It's a (delta) request of your master data infosource and related activation that perform changes to your master data tables !

    Process in RSPC and function in RSA1 are the same and are related both to RSDDS_AGGREGATES_MAINTAIN program...

    Hope now is clearer...

    Bye,

    Roberto

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