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Quantity type keyfigures

Former Member
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Hi,

I have a doubt. Supposing I have 0MATERIAL & two keyfigures(KF1 & KF2) of type quantity and 0UNIT as the characteristic to store the units. Now I would like to know if it is possible that KF1 can have EACH as unit and KF2 have KILOGRAM as unit. If yes then how will BW handle the situation as there is only one 0UNIT field used.

Not quite sure if my question is logical or makes sense. But I would like to know if there is any possible explanation to this.

Thanks.

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Former Member
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HI Kiran--

I don't think that you can handle with the one Unit for two keyfigs..

You have to maintain 1:1 ...

i mean 1 keyfig one unit.....say Key1 unit is 0unit and key fig2 unit is 0Unit.

hope this helps,...

Regards,

Vishwa.

"Saying THANKS In SDN is Thru Assigning Points ".

Former Member
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Hi Kiran,

Please assign points if above answeres are useful to you!

Regards

GSK

Former Member
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Hi Kiran,

For OMATERIAL you give KF1 as unit of Measure for QTY as eg:: Kg

You give KF2 as Number of QTY as eg : 2000 or 3000

Means when we are designing key figures for Quantity we need to keep in mind the unit of measure and the number of quantity also.

Hope this help you,would you like to correct me you are welcome

Regards

SR Kumar

Former Member
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Hi Kiran,

its not possible to have one unit for different keyfigures to have its unit of measure! you need to define UNITs for each quantity type field you have.

you can also keep one KF1 and its UNIT. to have the KF2 value, you need to have conversion factor to convert from UNIT1 to UNIT2.

Regards

GSK