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In BPC Optimized for S/4HANA, there are 2 options available to persist the transaction data. One is through the traditional BW layer, for example InfoCube. The other is through ACDOCP table. Below is a comparison between InfoCube approach and ACDOCP.

Criterion   InfoCube R01  Table ACDOCP
Speed / In-Memory Planning yes – HANA high speed no – ABAP classic speed
PAK-enabled yes no
Audit log yes  no (yes – as of 1709)
Comments no(yes if used with Direct Update DSO) no(yes if used with Direct Update DSO)
Provisional Master Data yes no
Access through ABAP  no, only via BPC queries yes
Standard BPC tools
(e.g. top-down distribution, etc)
yes yes
Reporting  BEX Queries CDS Queries
Old Plan Data Processing
(e.g. allocations etc.)
No, only on corresponding CO-tables No, only on corresponding CO-tables
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  1. Sachin Prabhudesai

    Hello Sibo,

    Thanks for presenting point of view comparing InfoCube R01 versus ACDOCP.

    One question around Audit log, are you referring to Data Source Dimension which is available in Standard Version or can be added in InfoCube R01 through BPC Planning Model?

    Also can we define a new Dimension – Data Source in ACDOCP and define the same using BPC specific Dimension using Planning Model?

    I can notice few new Dimensions available in 1709 such as 0ASOURCE, 0AMODE, 0AUSER but still need to explore whether this is equivalent and how the different members can be maintained against these fields.

    Can you through some guidance around this topic?

     

    Regards,
    Sachin

     

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  2. Sachin Prabhudesai

    Hello Sibo,

     

    Thanks for your response and I have read your blog which explains the functionality in detail.

    But I still want to add to ACDOCP a new custom Dimension DataSource similar to one available in Standard version?  Any suggestion or thoughts around the same?

    Regards,

    Sachin

     

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