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How To...Use Data from Another Aggregation Level in a PAK SQL-Script Procedure - Implemented as an AMDP Example

In planning functions it is often necessary to use data that does not lie within the aggregation level. This data can be stored in the InfoCube as well or in a data base table. One example might be a table storing rates and a planning function that multiplies a key figure value with the corresponding rate. In Fox formulas it is currently not possible to use such 'external' data within a planning function. Only such kind of data can be used that can be selected on the given aggregation level (maybe by building a MultiProvider over different InfoProviders). Thus for the given use case the planning functions are often realized as custom ...

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