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APD and csv flatfile as target: description and key

Hi APD experts

We have a query with characteristics and key figures.

The first row shows the fields.


We have the requirement to show only the description and not the technical name of the infoobject.

Is this possible?

Example, key figure 7004:

Here you can see additionally ":FLOAT"

Is it possible to disable this "information"? Needed is only 7004.

Many thanks for your help.


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    Posted on Nov 15, 2012 at 04:23 PM

    have you tried in your query properties to change the display to key figure or text only. also see what is the info object set in RSD1, is it set to text and key or key only.

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      are those are static variable, why dont you create text variable as description and assign date or use code as left(4) to show only left values..if they are dynamic then you will need to see the master data it self it seems the infoobject is bringing in both key and text, in rsd1 where it says key you will have to change it to text and chnage text in query as well to see what it brings. play with it ,, it should resolve it.

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