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automated switch on of aggregate for queries within process chain

Hi experts,

I designed a process chain which automatically deactivates and then activates and fills an aggregate of an InfoCube using the ABAP program

SAP_AGGREGATES_ACTIVATE_FILL. So far the process chain works fine and the aggregate is being filled.

However, the aggregate is always switched off for queries after the process chain is finished so I cannot make use of the filled aggregate in queries. Is there any way to automate the "switch on for queries" step within a process chain? Currently I have to do this manually in the aggregate maintenance which is an unacceptable situation.

I could not find any ABAP program or standard process to get this done automatically in a process chain.

Thanks for your feedback!



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    Posted on Jun 07, 2012 at 04:18 AM


    I can provide you a few suggestions related to this.

    Create an ABAP program that creates an instance for the class CL_RSDDK_AGGREGATE_COLLECTION and then call the method

    After filling the aggregate AGGREGATE_RELOAD, the importing parameter for the constructor of the class can be your inforpovider name and the importing parameter for the method AGGREGATE_RELOAD should be the aggregate UID which can be derived from the table


    Let me know if this works.


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