For evaluating non-cumulative key figures, you can usually use the corresponding Business Content. See Installing Business Content.
To find out which Business Content objects are delivered, see Inventory Management (). In particular, see
The material movements InfoCube (0IC_C03)
The material stocks InfoSource (from 3.1 Content) (2LIS_03_BX), material movements InfoSource (2LIS_03_BF) and revaluations InfoSource (2LIS_03_UM), and their DataSources.
If you want to model your own objects, proceed as follows:
There are two extraction modes for non-cumulatives in the source system. The DataSources for non-cumulatives have to support one of these extraction modes.
Determine how you want to evaluate the non-cumulative key figure. If you only want to evaluate the non-cumulative or the non-cumulative changes as well as the non-cumulative using a particular time period, choose modeling as a non-cumulative key figure with non-cumulative changes. If you also want to evaluate the inflows and outflows separately, choose modeling as a non-cumulative key figure with inflows and outflows.
Key figure definition:
The non-cumulative change or inflows and outflows that you require for the definition of the non-cumulative key figure must already be created as InfoObjects when the non-cumulative key figure is created. Where necessary therefore, define either the non-cumulative change or the inflow and outflow as normal cumulative key figures first. In type definition, these key figures must correspond to the non-cumulative key figures that still have to be defined. The non-cumulative changes or inflows and outflows must have the aggregation and exception aggregation type 'Summation'.
Define the non-cumulative key figure by assigning to it the previously defined non-cumulative change or in and outflows.
Choose the exception aggregation you want to use. Standard aggregation is always summation.
If you transfer the non-cumulative value into the InfoCube, the respective cumulative values (non-cumulative change or in- and outflows) are automatically included in the definition of the InfoCube.
See the SAP Notes for defining validity tables. It is not normally necessary to include additional validity-determining characteristics in the validity table.
If you want to load an initial non-cumulative, load this first and then load the non-cumulative changes.
If a non-cumulative change is updated when loading data for the first time, no further initial non-cumulative can be loaded for this characteristic value.
When loading data, the validity areas for the individual validity-defining characteristic values are automatically updated.
In the InfoProvider, both the non-cumulative key figure and the non-cumulative change, or inflows and outflows, can be selected for query definition.
With evaluations in reporting, there is no difference in the way cumulative and non-cumulative values are handled. Cumulative and non-cumulative key figures can be evaluated at the same time in a query, since the key figures are automatically aggregated correctly.