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support parallel write accesses. Standard InfoCubes are technically optimized for read accesses to the detriment of write accesses, whereas Real-Time InfoCubes are technically optimized for writing access. The Real-Time InfoCubes are used in connection with the entry of planning data. They are used in the BI-IP (Integrated Planning) and BW-BPS (Business Planning and Simulation) components of BI. We will discuss the functionality of BI-IP in 18 due to the integration with BI and the querying process, but we will
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FIGURE 2-7 InfoCube display in the Query Designer
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defer the discussion of BW-BPS because the configuration of BW-BPS is unique from BI and queries. Whereas Standard InfoCubes are filled using the uploading process in BI, as explained in 1, the Real-Time InfoCubes can be filled with data using two different methods: You can enter data directly into the queries by posting manually or by executing planning functions for manipulating the data, or you can opt to convert a Real-Time InfoCube back to a format that allows for the uploading of data the same as a Standard InfoCube. Depending on the use of the Real-Time InfoCube, you can either post planning data or upload data, but not both at the same time. Figure 2-8 shows the icon that indicates whether the InfoCube is a Real-Time InfoCube. This icon paper with a pencil allows you to create an aggregation level for that Real-Time InfoCube to use in integrated planning. There are approximately 14 technical differences between the Standard InfoCube and the Real-Time InfoCube and how they hold data and are used for data analysis. A basic rule of thumb is that if you are going to create queries using a Real-Time InfoCube, the performance will be effected by the architecture of a Real-Time InfoCube. Therefore, depending on the specific reporting requirements, it may be good to discuss the possibility of uploading the data from a Real-Time InfoCube to a Standard InfoCube and then report on the Standard InfoCube so that the query performance can be consistent with what is expected from BI. The actual configuration screen for Real-Time InfoCubes is not any different than the one for Standard InfoCubes. The one difference that you need to be aware of involves the creation of the query definition. Due to the unique process that the Real-Time InfoCube uses for collecting the data and the request ID (one of the standard dimension IDs and characteristic groups in the InfoCube), the last request ID in the InfoCube is yellow instead of green, which is the status a normal InfoCube request ID would have if an upload of data via the data flow process were executed. As you can see in Figure 2-9, the request ID is yellow instead of green. Therefore, the flag for reporting purposes that is required against the request ID group is not available against the last request ID of a Real-Time InfoCube. Therefore, you have to use the SBC variable Most Current Data (technical name, 0S_RQMRC) or another SBC variables that is now available in 7.0 BI as part of the query definition.
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display the query results. This is shown in Figure 2-10. During entry of planning data, the data is written to a Real-Time InfoCube data request. As soon as the number of records in a data request exceeds a threshold value (50,000 records), the request is closed and a rollup is carried out for this request in defined aggregates (asynchronously). You can still roll up and define aggregates, collapse, and so on, as usual in a Standard InfoCube. If we look at a scenario that involves both Standard InfoCubes and Real-Time InfoCubes, we can understand the responsibilities of each InfoCube. In one instance, actual data (readonly access) and planned data (read-only and write access) have to be held in different
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