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Current count stands at 111. Those of you who are still not there, be the part of group at www.twitter.com/sapbwtweet. We hope to put in lot more little tips and tricks there as we move forward and will continue with this weekly micro-blog / tweet.   

 

Tweet#7 

 

This one comes from a colleague of mine at Wipro (Manish Sharma –reachable at http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/bc?u=ntwo5su7z3m%3d)  

 

Struggling as there is no sample data, why not try this? Try using ABAP program CUBE_SAMPLE_CREATE. It allows you to enter required sample data directly into your cube without using any flat files, source system configuration etc. Records are added to the cube in one request using the APO interface without monitor log.

 

Try exploring even further with all the options available there.

 

Needless to say try it on Sandbox, development system before attempting on production environment. 

 

See you next week!!!   

 

 

Disclaimer – Idea is to learn something in couple of seconds without going through lengthy blogs or articles. BW-Tweet hopes to exist with blogs and articles rather than replacing those. Also this is reproduction of concepts and in no way qualify as an original piece of work.

Delay in this publication is attributed to long weekend in UK, Last Monday being the bank holiday.

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  1. Raju Dupadally
    Hi Vikash,

    Nice to know this. But I think we can also manually enter the data to Data Targets using RSINPUT. Any significant difference among these.

    Thanks
    Raju

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    1. Vikash Agrawal Post author
      Thanks a lot for your interest in this Tweet (micro-blog).

      I believe RSINPUT is meant for transactional / direct input data targets while program CUBE_SAMPLE_CREATE can help you creating sample data for all kind of data targets.

      Thanks again

      Vikash

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