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Upload error UoM Unit

Dear Gurus,

I am creating a cube for Sales Volume.

When I load by flatfile it says

"Error in conversion exit

CONVERSION_EXIT_CUNIT_INPUT "

I found that it could be due to the Units I used.

Sales Volume (0COPASLQTY) comes with uom called 0copaslqtu,

and there is another Base UoM unit. 0base_uom.

I am not sure what units I should enter in the flatfile. How to tell from system what are the unit (values) which I can use?

If I were to not use these, the cube definition won't allow it as keyfigures are tied to these units. How can I resolve this problem?

Hope to receive some hints. Thanks.

regards,

bworbust

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    Posted on Feb 23, 2005 at 04:29 PM

    I found 1 prior post on the same error but hope my additional questions can still be answered...

    I removed the UoMs from the flatfile and it pass the preview. But how can I remove the unit from the kf in the cube? And if I need the UoM in the cube, how can I load it? How should UoMs be loaded? Is it ok if I leave it in the CommStructure but remove it from TransStructure?

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Dear Gova,

      Your help worked!! Thank you very much 😊

      Very sorry, I cannot find the button to award points to you 😔 Could it be that I replied to myself after I 1st posted? Hope the Moderator sir could help me award full points to Gova for the kind help.

      regards,

      bworbust

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