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how do you handle duplicated records while loading data into the essbase?

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how do you handle duplicated records while loading data into the essbase?
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In your load rule you have options to Add data values, subtract data values, or overwrite data values.

If you have duplicate records in your data load, by selecting overwrite values, only the last duplicate record would apply.
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