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How to READ/SAVE Transformantation / Conversion File in BPC with ABAP

hi Experts

I would like to READ/SAVE Transformantation / Conversion File in BPC with ABAP

When I interface Transaction File From Other Cube,

I want to run Interface test from ABAP using Transformantation / Conversion File before run DM.

and, l want to Manage files with ABAP Program ,if need to modify Transformantation / Conversion File

Thank you.

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2011 at 05:05 AM

    Hi,

    I dont think that will be feasible. The transformation or conversion files are pure excel files and needs to be maintained / modified using excel.

    Hope this helps.

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2011 at 11:45 AM

    Hi Young,

    In addition to the above suggestions, would like to inform you that, if your requirement can be met by running those files in BPC Excel itself, what is the point in running ABAP program for the same?

    It would be much more easier for you to run those files in BPC Excel itself and that is how BPC is designed.

    Hope this clarifies further.

    Rgds,

    Poonam

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      Hi Yong,

      Once you access transformation file from front end then you will have option to " Validate and save", click on the option, then system prompt you for data validation---then select the cube to validate particular data.

      This way you can validate master data before getting into BPC.

      Regards

      Naveen

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