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Advanced Reporting Processes and Functionality
Measurements of number associated with measurements of weight Conversions involving different dimension IDs (for example, number and weight). 1 unit = 25 g is a linear correlation. Unit has the dimension ID AAAADL, and gram has the dimension ID MASS. Table 13-1 shows examples of these conversion issues. Question: How many chocolate bars t on one europallet (PAL) In principle, every characteristic that contains at least one unit as an attribute can be used for quantity conversion. To start this off, we need to do some configuration of the InfoObjects. In our example, we will be using the InfoObject ZMATL18. Within this InfoObject we need to complete the setup of the UOM components. The conversion of units always takes place based on the base unit of measure (as with material management conversion, table MARA R/3). When creating a unit of measure for the characteristic, the system creates a DataStore object for units of measure. You can specify the name of the quantity DataStore object, the description, and the InfoArea into which you want to add the object. The system proposes the following name: UOM<Name of InfoObject to which the quantity DataStore Object is being added> With objects of this type, the system generates an SID column in the database table for each characteristic and stores the characteristic attributes in the form of SIDs. Assignments of quantity DataStore objects to characteristics are 1:1. This means that only one characteristic can be assigned to a quantity DataStore object and that only one quantity DataStore object can be assigned to a characteristic.
NOTE You cannot enhance or change a quantity DataStore object in DataStore object maintenance
because the object is generated by the system. You can only display it. You can fill the quantity DataStore object with data only by using a data transfer process with transformation; update rules are not supported in this case. If a characteristic that has a quantity DataStore object assigned to it is changed at a later time or date (for example, changes to compounding or to the base unit of measure), you have to delete the quantity DataStore object and regenerate it. In practice, this does not occur after the data model has been finalized. Table 13-2 shows the structure of quantity DataStore objects. In our example, ZMATL18 shows the setup of the UOM DataStore object, as you can see in the following illustration. Once you execute the Create process, the system will
Number 1 1 1 1 Unit Chocolate bar Small carton Large carton Europallet = = = = Number 25 12 20 40 Unit g Chocolate bar Small carton Large carton
TABLE 13-1 Conversion Table with Units in Nondimensional Groups
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Key Key Key Key
Object <Characteristic> <Compounding for characteristic, where applicable> <Unit of measure that you can convert into> <Base unit of measure> <Conversion factor: Counter> <Conversion factor: Denominator> <SID_Characteristic> <SID_Compounding for characteristic, where applicable> <SID_Unit of measure that you can convert into> <SID_Base unit of measure>
TABLE 13-2 Configuration of the DataStore Object for UOM
automatically generate the technical name of the DataStore object (DSO). In this case, the technical name is UOMZMATL.
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Now we can go to the InfoProvider area of the Data Warehouse Workbench and review the configuration of the DataStore object UOMZMATL. The following illustration shows this configuration.
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As you can see, the DSO uses the InfoObject ZMATL18 as the key field and also as a check table. In the data fields, the two InfoObjects necessary for conversion purposes are available 0UOMZ1D and 0UOMM1D. These two InfoObjects will hold the conversion amounts for the UOM. Before going any further, we can review the data that is to be converted. In the following illustration we see the query that generates a set of data that has three different UOMs attached: Pallet, Cardboard Box, and Gram. They are attached to the materials P-100, P-200, and P-300. The result doesn t make any sense at this point. The total of 450,000 MIX confirms that the system can t make out the base UOM that is required to do the conversion.
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