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These are the two planning functions we executed in the examples. If we choose one of them AMER_FNC1, for example and investigate its details, we see that the conditions are
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fairly wide open. All the data is in actuals. Therefore, everything that is assigned to the version Actual will be copied to the version Plan. The details of this condition are shown here.
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Moving from the Selected Condition tab to the Associated Parameter Record tab, we see that the From and To fields show that we are moving Actual versions to Plan versions. This is demonstrated in the example where everything from the Actual version moved to the Plan version with the execution of this planning function. The final screen for the Planning Sequences tab offers the ability to create combinations of these different planning functions. Therefore, during the process of planning, the need to execute several planning functions in sequence is required for example, executing currency translation, depreciation calculations, and so on, This would be the component to use. It also offers the option to test the planning functions. Once this process is complete, we can review the results by looking at the BW Workbench and viewing the InfoCube and the aggregation level we just created. The following illustration shows the results. Notice that the two aggregation levels are available and linked directly to the InfoCube.
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These are the basic objects we need to demonstrate the use of IP and BEx tools. Although this review was at a very high level and many different activities have been overlooked for our discussion of user interfaces, these activities are critical to IP in terms of setting up a useable and consistent planning process. Therefore, be sure you review the details of IP on the SAP website or from some other source.
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Setting Up the Front Ends for IP
Now we can turn to BEx s involvement in this process. The only way to have the business users and planners view the data is via the BEx components. The setup of the final results you saw in the previous examples covers many of the different toolset we have discussed. Therefore, in a number of areas we will move directly to the required components because, by this time, gaining access to them has been discussed. Setting up these interfaces takes the BEx Query Designer, BEx Analyzer (Workbook) and/or the Web Application Designer. Remember, to enable the planning process for manual data entry, the BEx Query must be created based on the aggregation level and not the InfoCube.
BEx Query Designer
In this section, we will work our way through the setup of the BEx query type Input Ready Query, which will allow data entry. An Input Ready Query is defined for an InfoProvider of type Aggregation Level. It is input ready and can be used for manual planning. Whether a particular cell is input ready depends on the drilldown specifically, if you use the additional IP functionality of characteristic relationships and data slices are permitted for the cell. Once you have defined a query on an InfoProvider (Aggregation Level), you see the Planning tabbed page under the Properties of structural components (for example, in key figures or restricted key figures). The options provided there allow you to determine which structural components of an Input Ready Query are to be input ready at runtime and which are not. With structural components that are not input ready, you can also determine whether they are viewed as reference data or are just protected against manual entry. Table 17-2 shows the following options for the structural components.
Option Data cannot be changed Description If the structural components are being used as reference data, they are not protected by data locks to ensure exclusive access for one user because this data serves as a reference for many users. This is the default setting. If you want to protect structural components against manual entries but allow changes by planning functions, you can use locks to protect this data for one particular user. In this way, you can ensure that the planning function works with the displayed data only and not with data that has been changed by other users. Data can be effected by manual data entry or planning function processes.
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