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Warning while loading attributes of 0costcenter using DMP

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Hi,

I am getting a warning while loading text attributes of 0Costcenter using the standard DMP.

please suggest resolution steps if any.

Regards,

VB

former_member186338
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Sorry, but next time the questions without any information provided will be reported to moderator (and deleted)

former_member186338
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Your conversion file is incorrect:

First: HIERNAME conversion has to be like: BW_hier_name PARENTH1 like in the sample from the link provided.

Second: "*" in the first line of conversion file will stop processing of any other lines in the conversion file. SKIP will not process at all!

former_member186338
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First, please post pictures as inline images, not as links - absolutely hard to read!

Then I have to repeat the third time:

NO PROCESSING AFTER "*"

"*" - means everything! Only single line of conversion file is applied to the incoming record.

You need to have one tab CONVERSION to contain ONLY single line:

EQ01EQ_HEIR PARENTH1

And the second tab NODENAME:

xxxx *SKIP

xxxx *SKIP

...

* js:...

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former_member186338
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"Checked in BW and the BW hierarchy name is EQ01EQ_HEIR and BPC hierarchy is PARENTH1, I think this is the normal format."

And where is the page in the conversion file to perform the conversion from: EQ01EQ_HEIR to:PARENTH1??????

"do you mean the * in the External column before the java script? I think it is required and will work fine with *." - yes!

You have to get some basic training about BPC transformation and conversion!

* in the first line mean that no other lines will be processed!

former_member186338
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Most of your screenshots are in unreadable resolution!

Conversion file is absolutely incorrect...

Please read: https://blogs.sap.com/2013/01/21/bpc-10-nw-master-data-attributestext-and-hierarchy-loading-process-...

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