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creating fiscalyear/period and fiscal variant in flat file

Hello

My requirement is to load a flat file with fiscalyear/period and variant for the fiscal year 2009 to 2012.

I am not sure how to enter these values and in what format.

Then I need to load this flat file into an infocube.

should I do any settings on R/3 side & BW side ?

Can any one pls let me know with an example?

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regards

krishna

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    Posted on Aug 21, 2012 at 06:53 AM

    Hi

    Krishna

    If your Cube contains Fiscal Year/Period , Fiscal year Variant , One Characteristcs and one Key Figure Then Your sample file should be like this.

    If you use 0FISCPER info object in your cube it has conversion routine called 'PERI7'

    so fiscal Year period in cube will look like 001.2009.

    hope this help you...

    Please revert back

    Regards,

    Aaradhana


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    Posted on Aug 22, 2012 at 05:37 AM

    As per you mention, loading data from Flat File. So first you replicate / Manage Fiscal Variant definitions into your BW system. Then prepare ypur Flat File and load data. Without Fiscal Variant managing in System, not able to derive Fiscal Period.

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    Posted on Aug 20, 2012 at 04:01 PM

    Can you elaborate more on this requirement? Do you have ECC as your source? This data should already available as master data...

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