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where do we find f table and e table data in infocube

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HOW do we find f table and e table data in infocube?

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    Posted on Dec 26, 2011 at 09:39 AM

    Hi,

    goto transaction SE11.

    select radiobutton "database table".

    enter <your Infocube name> ( stars included ) as database table and press "F4".

    this will give you list of all tables related to a Infocube ( dimension and fact tables ).

    the tablename for E and F tables will be /BIC/E<infocube name> and /BIC/F<infocube name> .

    if it is a standard Infocube it will be /BI0/E<infocube name> and /BI0/F<infocube name> .

    Regards,

    Neeraj.

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  • Posted on Dec 26, 2011 at 09:49 AM

    Hi Naidu,

    Goto Se11/16 --> /BIC/F<Info cube name> and for E table /BIC/E<Info cube name> (this table will be available for those cube whoes data is compressed.

    If the IC which is not compressed you will not be able to find any entried in it.

    Regards

    KP

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    Posted on Dec 26, 2011 at 12:27 PM

    Hi,

    You can see E and F table data from the tables in SE11/SE16. But issue is you will see dimension ID's instead of values of characteristics. So you will not able to see actual data, but Dimension ID's for respective dimension, so if you want to trace it back you need to see values in Dimension tables and then you have to check respective values in SID tables.

    Does it got clarified.

    Other option is you can differentiate data from F and E table is by seeing the request ID's is it in F table or E table.

    Regards,

    Ganesh

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