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Use the setting Target Quantity Using InfoSet. This setting covers the same functionality as InfoObject for Determining Target Quantity. If the InfoObject you want to use to determine the target quantity is unique in the InfoSet (it occurs only once in the whole InfoSet), you can enter the InfoObject under InfoObject for Determining Target Quantity. You only have to enter the InfoObject in Target Quantity Using InfoSet if you want to determine the target quantity using an InfoObject that occurs more than once in the InfoSet. The InfoSet contains InfoProviders A and B, and both A and B contain InfoObject X with a quantity attribute. In this case, you have to specify exactly whether you want to use X from A or X from B to determine the target quantity. Field aliases are used in an InfoSet to ensure uniqueness. All the active InfoSets in the system can be displayed using input help. As long as you have selected an InfoSet, you can select an InfoObject. All the InfoObjects with quantity attributes contained in the InfoSet can be displayed using input help. The following illustration shows this in the system.
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If you want to determine the Target Unit of Measure for quantity conversion using an InfoObject, proceed as follows: You require a characteristic that has at least one unit as an attribute. This characteristic (for example, 0MATERIAL) has to contain valid units of measure. Also, the corresponding conversion rates have to be maintained (either specific to an InfoObject or in the central units of measure). Define a quantity conversion type in which the Target Unit of Measure will be determined using this InfoObject.
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In Associated Quantity Attribute, set the quantity attribute for the InfoObject you are using to determine the target quantity. In the transformation rules for your InfoCube, specify that the values for the corresponding key figures are to be translated in the transformation and enter the previously defined translation type. The InfoObject specified in the quantity conversion type must exist in both the source and the target system and be filled using a rule. This is very similar to what we are doing in our example. Our next step is to set up the conversion type for our process. The initial transaction code to get to the Unit of Measure Conversion Types screen is shown here.
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Now that we are in the Conversion Types screen, we will be using the dynamic process as well as all the setup we ve completed on our DSO and InfoObject. The following illustration shows this result. On this screen, we have identified the reference InfoObject option and the reference InfoObject ZMATL18.
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In the following illustration, you can see that we have set this UOM to use the Unit of Measure from the DataRecord option and also the Selection of Unit of Measure During
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Conversion option. We could also decide to use the Target Quantity from Variable option if we knew that the business user would need a number of different conversions. However, in our case we have only one Target UOM Each.
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If you are using the standard tables supplied by SAP, you will need to upload them using the standard uploading process from the source system connection. You use this function to transfer all the tables relevant for unit conversion from other SAP systems connected to the BI system. Specifically, this includes the following tables: T006, T006A, T006B, T006C, T006D, T006I, T006J, T006T In the Data Warehousing Workbench under Modeling, choose the source system tree. In the context menu of your SAP Source System, choose Transfer Global Settings. The Transfer Global Settings: Selection screen appears. Under Transfer Global Table Contents, select the Units of Measure field. Under Mode you can select whether you want to simulate upload or update, or copy the tables again. With the Update Tables option, existing records are updated. With the Rebuild Tables option, the corresponding tables are deleted before the new records are loaded.
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