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Issues faced while converting time dependent attribute to navigational attribute

Hi guys

I have a time dependent attribute (master data) created on my IO. Can I convert this to a navigational attribute?

What are the issues do we face?

Please let me know the same.

regards

krishna

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2012 at 12:40 PM

    Hi,

    just switch it on as a nav-attr. There shouldn't be any issue. You only need to specify a date in your reports in order to find the correct time slice.

    regards

    Siggi

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      Hi,

      there is not too much to say. Goto the attributes of your report (at least one that contains time dependent navigational attributes). There you need to specify a keydate. This can be a fixed date or a variable. This date specifies the time slice of the time dependant data to be read.

      regards

      Siggi

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