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FIGURE 17-9 Position of Business Planning in the BI architecture
is also available, but this again is only a monitoring process, and all functionality would need to be designed to be used in the Express Planning screens. If this book were looking at all the details of IP, they would definitely be in the chapter on the available user interfaces. Figure 17-10 steps down into a bit more detail of the sections of IP that could be reviewed. In this diagram, we have the four sections of IP: Modeling, Automatic Planning, Manual Planning, and Process Control. We will be focusing on the Manual Planning portion of this chart, and thus designing a query. But to get to this level there needs to be some initial setup and configuration of IP. In these areas, the coverage will be at a high level, and just enough to get us to the next level. Even though all these different components are critical to the building of a consistent planning process, we will not delve into characteristic relationships, the use of hierarchies, enhanced designs for modeling, user authorizations; only the basic planning functions, and, as mentioned, none of the process control areas. As a final comment around the use of Integrated Planning we can definitely see the use of this technology for the what-if analysis and the forecast, planning and budgeting issues but we can also use this type of process for simply reporting needs. For example, lets say that you are try to execute a report that needs to have calculations executed that will require information from different months and days or that need information that is not available but needs to be calculated on the fly using other information. With the use of IP you can easily create the necessary calculation functions to do the trick.
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Other Options with the Analyzer
Modeling Planning Structures Planning Modeler DW Workbench
Multidimensional business structures Defining work packages Hierarchy maintenance Version management User authorizations Variable management
Automatic Planning Planning Functions
Simulation/what-if Forecast Copy, delete Currency translation Top-down distribution
Manual Planning User Interfaces
Excel and Web Document management Input-enabled queries Drill-down Calculated key figures Structures Currency translation Excel formulas (get/set data)
Process Control Controlling and Distributing Data
Status and monitoring Writing back to operating systems (Retraction, XI and Open Hub) Using planning sequences in process chains
Planning sequences Event-based execution of planning sequences
Building blocks
Designing a planning model
Creating a planning function
Designing a query
Executing a planning application
Structure of a Web application Implementing (combining queries and planning functions) Embedding queries into workbooks Designing a workbook
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FIGURE 17-10
Components of BI Integrated Planning
Results of Integrated Planning
Before going into all the details surrounding IP, let s discuss what to expect and what we are driving toward with Integrated Planning. Because this is new functionality in Business Warehouse, a couple examples of the possible outcomes are warranted. If you have been working with Business Planning and Simulation in the BW environment, you will not find these examples overly surprising. However, subtle differences can be seen between the IP and BPS screens. There are also definite differences and useful functionalities in the workbook examples because in BPS we had to work with the Planning Folders for the Excel approach, and the amount of flexibility in that area was a bit limiting. We will be following a full IP process from start to finish during our discussions, using both the Web Application Designer and the BEx Workbook points of view so that you can see the differences between some of the functionality and the look and feel. The main goal of either the WAD or workbook options is to have a reasonable user interface for the process of planning. This takes into account a number of aspects in the process, including the type of planning, the methods used in planning, and the system configuration itself, not even to mention the users themselves and what they expect concerning the flexibility and easy of use from a user interface. So while we review these different approaches, I know you will be thinking about the functionality and configuration, but also keep in mind the overall look and feel of the different interfaces.
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