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The initial screen of the Planning Modeler
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Levels tab, then to the Filter tab. This is followed by the creation of the planning functions, and then the planning sequences. These activities are specific to IP, and we will briefly cover what is occurring.
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When you click the Start button, the fields are filled by the characteristics of the InfoCube, as shown here.
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In the Aggregation Level tabbed page, you can see that two aggregation levels are built on this InfoCube. Cost Center Functions is probably the one where we can see the planning function for Copy, which we observed in the previous section. The following illustration shows this information.
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An aggregation level is a virtual InfoProvider that has been especially designed to plan data manually or change it using planning functions. An aggregation level represents a selection of characteristics and key figures for the underlying InfoProvider and determines as such the granularity of the planning. You can create several aggregation levels for an InfoProvider and, therefore, model various levels of planning and hierarchical structures. Note, however, that aggregation levels cannot be nested. Choosing the Cost Center aggregation level, we see the different characteristics that have been identified as the necessary items for this portion of the planning process. Remember that that the aggregation level is what we need to create the query that will be used as the basis of our planning process. Therefore, identifying the correct characteristic is very important. Make sure that only those that are required are chosen, and don t just choose all the objects. This will cause problems in the long run with the data being posted. The following illustration shows this information.
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At this point, if we were just creating a data entry query and nothing else, we could stop here and start creating the input query. However, we will follow through with one example of creating a planning function just to make sure you have some basic knowledge of the IP process.
Filter
Once the aggregation level is created and or identified with the appropriate characteristics, we move to the filter, which is an object that describes a multidimensional segment of data from a data set. Filters are used in reporting, analysis, and planning, for example, to restrict data to a certain business area, certain product group, or certain time period. You segment data in this way so that users or user groups only have access to the data that is relevant to them or so that only certain data areas are available within an application scenario. Within BI Integrated Planning, filters determine the selection of data upon which a planning function is executed. In the Filter screen, we identify the actual master data that will be needed or attach variables for those that will be accessed by the planners at runtime. In terms of IP versus BPS this component can be related to the Planning Package. In this case, all the characteristics have been assigned certain values, not variables. These results are shown here.
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Planning Functions
Now we can move into the creation of the planning functions. Planning functions are used within BI Integrated Planning for system-supported editing and generation of data. A planning function specifies the ways in which the transaction data for an aggregation level can be changed. The following are determined for this purpose: The name of the aggregation level The type of planning function How characteristics are used The parameter values The planning function type determines the way in which data is changed by a planning function. The standard planning function types are Unit Conversion, Generate Combinations, Formula, Copy, Delete, Delete Invalid Combinations, Forecasting, Repost, Repost by Characteristic Relationships, Revaluation, Distribute by Reference Data, Distribute by Key, and Currency Translation. You can also implement customer-specific planning function types. We will focus on just one planning function to show the integration between IP and the BEx components. The following illustration shows the initial screen of the planning functions tab. Notice the planning functions AMER_FNC1 Copy Act to Plan and AMER_FNC2 Revalue Plan.
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