SAP OSS Note 300149 version 0004 contains details of a know issue related to Ext.data trnsfr:Incrrct KURSF w/BI session creation
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Note 300149 Details:
When does this problem occur
If you during the external data transfer to CO-PA select the "Batch
Input" option to generate batch input sessions for incorrect recor
ds and the KURSF field is filled from the transfer file, the transferred
value is, in error, multiplied by 0.00001 during the creation
of the session.
Cause of the problem and Pre-requisites
1. You have selected the "Batch Input" function for creating batch input
sessions for incorrect records during the external data trans
2. The KURSF field is filled from the transfer file.
Cause:In Release 4.5, the conversion exit EXCRT has been added to domain
KURSF, which has, however, not been considered in CO-PA.
Implement the attached program corrections.
Description of problem
KEFC, external data transfer, KURSF, G_CONVERT_OUTPUT, conversion, EXCRT
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