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Any dimension you have active in FDM i.e. constitutes part of the target reference for data you want to load has to be mapped. If your products don't need any transformation during the mapping process i.e. they are one to one simply use a 'pass-thru map' i.e a wildcard Like map with * as the source and * as the target.
Hi Thks for you answer,
What does it means; If I have an active dimension in FMD?, does it means that I can leave the "product dimension" inactive instead of using the "pass-thru map"?
Edited by: Pavel Moreno on 12-nov-2012 6:54
No you can't do that if you require your product dimension to identify the data point in your target application it has to be active and therfore has to be mapped.
You do not have to map all dimensions. You can use a load rule with a header for "global" dimensions - ex: version and only activate/specify the mapped dimensions within FDM.