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Now we need to take care of uploading the conversion table (UOMZMATL) into the DSO so that it can help with the conversion process. Again, this is all setup work that has to be completed. The following illustration shows the setup of an uploading process into the DataStore object for the UOM conversion table. The configuration consists of setting up the transformation rule to link the flat file of data to the DSO component. In addition,
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the datasource, InfoPackage, and DTP are set up to upload the flat file of conversion information.
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The following illustration shows the transformation rule. This is a basic one-to-one mapping into the DSO.
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The following shows the flat file with the conversion information to be uploaded. This conversion is going to use Material as the key field. You can set this up with any number of different combinations of characteristics to be used Plant, Material Group, Division, and so on. It depends on the base characteristic that will be used for conversion.
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Working through a basic uploading process in the 7.0 BI system by execution an upload via the InfoPackage then moving that information from the PSA to the DSO through the use of a DTP (Data Transfer Process) we get the conversion information into the DSO. The results are shown here for uploaded into the active table of the Unit of Measure DSO.
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We are now ready to use all the different components in the conversion process.
Quantity Conversion Types
A quantity conversion type is a combination of different parameters that establish how the conversion is performed. The parameters that determine the conversion factors are the source and target unit of measure and the option you choose for determining the conversion factors. Figure 13-3 shows the combinations and positioning of variables, key figures, characteristics, source and target units, central tables, and conversion types that make up this process. The decisive factor in defining a conversion type is the way in which you want conversion factors to be determined. Entering source and target quantities is optional. The following options are available for the conversion factors: Using a reference InfoObject The system tries to determine the conversion factors from the reference InfoObject you have chosen or from the associated quantity DataStore object. If you want to convert 1000 grams into kilograms but the conversion factors are not defined in the quantity DataStore object, the system cannot perform the conversion, even though this is a very simple conversion. Using central units of measure (T006) The conversion can only take place if both the source unit of measure and target unit of measure belong to the same dimension (for example, meters to kilometers, kilograms to grams, and so on).
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InfoObject (Characteristic) Variable Fixed Value
Reference InfoObject + DataStore Object Central Units (T006) Factor in Source
InfoObject (Characteristic) Variable Fixed Value
Source Units Conversion Factors Conversion Type
Target Units
Source Units Input
Conversion
Target Units Output
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FIGURE 13-3
Conversion process for Unit of Measure
Using a reference InfoObject if available, central units of measure (T006) The system will initially attempt to use the reference infoobject, if not, the system tries to determine the conversion factors using the quantity DataStore object you have defined. If the system finds conversion factors, it uses these to perform the calculation. If the system cannot determine conversion factors from the quantity DataStore object, it tries again using the central units of measure. Using central units of measure (T006) if available, reference InfoObject The system will use the central units of measure and if not, the system tries to find the conversion factors in the central units of measure table. If the system finds conversion factors, it uses these to perform the conversion. If the system cannot determine conversion factors from the central units of measure, it tries to find conversion factors that match the attributes of the data record by looking in the quantity DataStore object. The following illustration shows this in the system.
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The settings you can make in this regard affect performance, and the decision must be strictly based on the data set. If you only want to perform conversions within the same dimension, the second option is the most suitable. If you are performing InfoObject-specific conversions (for example, material-specific conversions) between units that do not belong to the same dimension, the first option is the most suitable. In both cases, the system only accesses one database table. That table contains the conversion factors. With the third and fourth options, the system tries to determine conversion factors at each stage. If conversion factors are not found in the basic table (T006), the system searches again in the quantity DataStore object, or in reverse. The option you choose should depend on how you want to spread the conversion. If the source unit of measure and target unit of measure belong to the same dimension for 80% of the data records that you want to convert, first try to determine factors using the central units of measure (the fourth option), and accept that the system will have to search in the second table also for the remaining 20%. The Conversion Factor from InfoObject option (as with Exchange Rate from InfoObject in currency translation types) is only available when you load data. The key figure you enter here has to exist in the InfoProvider and the attribute this key figure has in the data record is taken as the conversion factor. The Source Unit of Measure is the unit of measure you want to convert. The Source Unit of Measure is determined dynamically from the data record or from a specified InfoObject (characteristic). In addition, you can specify a fixed Source Unit of Measure or determine the Source Unit of Measure using a variable. When converting quantities in the Business Explorer, the Source Unit of Measure is always determined from the data record. During the data load process, the Source Unit of Measure can be determined either from the data record or using a specified characteristic that bears master data. You can use a fixed Source Unit of Measure in planning functions. Data records are converted that have the same unit key as the Source Unit of Measure. The values in input help correspond to the values in table T006 (Units of Measure). You can reach the maintenance for the units of measure in SAP Customizing Implementation Guide _ SAP NetWeaver _ General Settings _ Check Units of Measure. In reporting, you can use a Source Unit of Measure from a variable. The variables that have been defined for InfoObject 0UNIT are used. You have the following options for determining the Target Unit of Measure: Enter a fixed Target Unit of Measure in the quantity conversion type (for example, UNIT ). Specify an InfoObject in the quantity conversion type that is used to determine the Target Unit of Measure during the conversion. This is not the same as defining currency attributes, where you determine a currency attribute on the Business Explorer tab page in characteristic maintenance. With quantity conversion types, you determine the InfoObject in the quantity conversion type itself. Under InfoObject for Determining Unit of Measure, all InfoObjects are listed that have at least one attribute of type Unit. You have to select one of these attributes as the corresponding quantity attribute. Alternatively, specify that the Target Unit of Measure is determined during the conversion. In the Query Designer under the properties for the relevant key figure, you specify either a fixed Target Unit of Measure or a variable to determine the Target Unit of Measure.
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