What is the use of Data packet dim with Virtual cube with services

Hi Friends,
Could anybody tell me what is the use of Packet dimension in Virtual cube with services , It cannot contain data persistently ,Just fetch at runtime,Then there is no Physical load happening,Then why it should be automatically created for this??
Message was edited by: Pradeep choudhari

Hi Maik,
Unit dimension will not be created automatically until and unless you have keyfigure referning units..
But my question is : Why should we have data pack dimension , which is useless in this case of Virtual cube with services.It should not be created automatically!! What do you say??

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