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Simple formula not working in BO4.0 SP5 but works with SP2!?

Hi all,

we are running two BO systems - development and productive. Both systems were BO4.0 SP2 and everything was ok. We imported SP5 to our development system and the "fun" started. Reports which work on producitve with SP2, arent working on development with SP5. We made few modifications and 90% of the reports are working execpt one (but i still hate to modificate almost every report after we apply a new SP). This report is based on BEx query and contains simple formula which goes like this: =[Revenue] where ([Calendar day]=[Last day])

Revenue and calendar day are standard measures and dimensions. "Last day" is a variable =ToDate("31.12.2010";"dd.MM.yyyy")

It gives me #unavailable. On productive system is everything ok.

What is wrong with this formula? Any changes in SP5 ??

Any ideas?

Thank you,

regards Martin Zluky

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2013 at 02:01 PM

    Hi all,

    looks like i found the solution. It was a smart measure issue.

    It is explained here: http://scn.sap.com/thread/2070659

    Funny thing is that it is a thread started by me 😊

    I created a new measure variable Revenue2=[Revenue] In ([Calendar Day]) and replaced the standard measure "Revenue" in my formula. And it works pretty good.

    Regards,

    Martin Zluky

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  • Posted on Jan 10, 2013 at 02:30 PM

    Hi Martin,

    often the SP levels introduce changes in behavior in the calculation engine, that's why before doing an upgrade it is better to do throrough testing, and adjust where necessary, as you are doing,

    As far as this formula is concerned, I suggest to test in Patch 5.2 and if the case open a CSS message providing reproducing steps and database version/middleware

    Thanks

    SC

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  • Posted on Jan 11, 2013 at 08:50 AM

    Can you try inserting a single blank cell and try the same formula (=ToDate("31.12.2010";"dd.MM.yyyy")).

    As I know this should work fine.

    Regards,

    -Vinay

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