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I need to understand the standard aggregate measurement predefined in D365. Is there an option to generate aggregate measurement schema via Visual ?
no automatic visual way, it has to be developed using aggregate entities in VS and then one can use VS tools for visual representation
Thank you Rahul
This is helpful. Is there any Tutorials/ documentation for further details ?
In D365, in the AOT, create a new Aggregate measurement object. You can find these object in the analytic section of the AOT.
Here is a tutorial on how to create them
There are also a couple of youTube videos you can check out by searching for something in google like 'aggregate data in d365 for operations'
Once they're created, you'll find your new measurement in the Entity Store. You can navigate to the Entity Store, and 'Refresh' the entity, which will create the tables in AxDW, and populate them with data.
Hope this helps
In addition to above responses , If you would like to know how to build those , take a look at below link
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