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Delivery quantity displaying double in BW report

Hi All,

One CUBE is getting data from two DSO's.

1st DSO contains Sales deliveries data

2nd DSO contains Sales Billing data.

Mappings between CUBE and two DSO's

Sales Deliveries DSO to CUBE : - Key fields are DELIVERY NUMBER, DELIVERY ITEM, BILLNING NUNMBER (Constant ZERO's), BILLING ITEM (Constant ZERO)

Sales Billing DSO to CUBE ; - DELIVERY NUMBER, DELIVERY ITEM, BILLNING NUNMBER, BILLING ITEM

Data in CUBE:

There is a one delivery number with two line item (10, 20), and delivery quantity is showing correct in delivery qty key figure

and second row there is a billing document with same delvery number and with two line items (10, 20) and billing quantity is showing correct in billing qty key figure, but again delivery quantity is displaying in delivery qty key figure for this billing document number.

Because of this reason delivery quantity is showing double in BW report.

I want to display correct delivery quantity,

How can I achieve this?

Helpful answer will be appreciated with points.

Thanks in advance,

Venkat

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  • Posted on Nov 17, 2011 at 06:28 PM

    Hi Venkata

    You can restrict your Deliv Qty Key figure with Bill Num and Item Num both equal to zero.

    This will pick up Deliv Qty only from one record in cube and wont be duplicated.

    But in this I would have two cubes and build a MultiProvider on these two cubes. Map Deliv only from one cube,

    Regards

    Anindya

    Edited by: Anindya Bose on Nov 17, 2011 11:58 PM

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