MULTIPROVIDER IN SAP BI PDF

A MultiProvider is a type of InfoProvider that combines data from a number of InfoProviders and makes it available for analysis purposes. The MultiProvider itself. Overview. As part of our series on SAP BW Data Modeling, we next cover MultiProviders and InfoSets. MultiProviders and. InfoSets enable you to combine other. 3 Jul Multiprovider. We have seen InfoProviders like DSO, InfoCube, InfoObjects These all are objects which can physically hold data. we have.

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As a comparison, see InfoSet. MultiProviders only exist as a logical definition. These subqueries are usually processed in parallel. The MultiProvider itself does not contain any data.

These joins only combine values that appear in both tables. You do multiproviser when you define the MultiProvider. Dividing a MultiProvider Query into Subqueries.

MultiProviders (SAP Library – Business Intelligence)

If the 0SALES key figure is stored redundantly in more than one InfoProvider meaning multiprovder it is contained fully in all the value combinations for the characteristicswe recommend that you select the key figure from just one of the InfoProviders involved. A MultiProvider allows you to analyze data based on several InfoProviders.

Integration MultiProviders only exist as a logical definition.

Here, the multiprovided constructs the union set of the data sets involved; all the values of these data sets are combined. If this is not clear, you have to specify the InfoObject to which you want to assign the characteristic in the MultiProvider.

If a key figure is contained in a MultiProvider, you have to select it from at least one of the InfoProviders contained in the MultiProvider. Recommendations for Modeling MultiProviders.

what is multiprovider

In contrast to a union, joins form the intersection of the tables As a comparison, see InfoSet. In general, one InfoProvider provides the key figure. However, if 0SALES is stored as an actual value in one InfoProvider and as a planned value in another InfoProvider and there is no overlap between the data records in other words, sales are divided separately between several InfoProvidersit is useful to select the key figure from more than one InfoProvider.

The following sections contain more detailed information: A MultiProvider is a type of InfoProvider that combines data from a number of InfoProviders and makes it available for analysis purposes. InfoSets are created using joins. Technically there are no restrictions with regard to the number of InfoProviders that can be included in a MultiProvider.

However, there are cases in which it is better to select the key figure from more than one InfoProvider: The data continues to be stored in the InfoProviders on which the MultiProvider is based. A MultiProvider can consist of different combinations of the following InfoProviders: In a MultiProvider, each characteristic in each of the InfoProviders involved must correspond to exactly one characteristic or navigation attribute where these are available.

List of Slow-Moving Items.

There is a subquery for each InfoProvider included in the MultiProvider. These InfoProviders are connected to one another by a union operation.

See the following examples: In contrast to a union, joins form the intersection of the tables. A query based on a MultiProvider is divided internally into subqueries.

In this case, select just one of these InfoObjects in the assignment table. Its data comes entirely from the InfoProviders on which it is based. Un of Slow-Moving Items Example: Modeling MultiProviders with more than 10 InfoProviders is also highly complex.

SAP BW – MultiProvider

Otherwise the value is totaled incorrectly ,ultiprovider the MultiProvider because it occurs several times. A union operation is used to combine the data from these objects in a MultiProvider.

However, we recommend that you include no more than 10 InfoProviders in a single MultiProvider, otherwise splitting the MultiProvider queries and reconstructing the results for the individual InfoProviders takes a i amount of time and is generally counterproductive.