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planning functions or planning sequences. You cannot undo changes that you have saved persistently by choosing Save Changed Data (SAVE_DATA). This command is very useful, for example, if you have changed data manually using an Input Ready Query or automatically using a planning function or planning sequence, and you want to undo these changes. Using the Set Data Entry Mode command (SET_DATA_ENTRY_MODE), for an Input Ready Query, you can switch between Display and Change mode for a data provider. Display mode If a query is started in Display mode, the data requested by the query is not locked for the current user. Change mode As soon as Change mode is chosen, the system attempts to lock the data for the aggregation level for the current user. This lock attempt is rejected if the data is already locked by another user, and the data provider remains in Display mode. Using the Execute a Planning Function (Simple) command (EXEC_PLANNING_ FUNCTION_SIMPLE), you can trigger the execution of a planning function. All characteristic selections are determined by specifying one single data provider. The type for the data provider can be Filter or Query View. If the data provider is of type Query View, only the fixed filter of the query is used to restrict the selection. Additional restrictions, such as restricted key figures, are not used. When you use this command, you should note which restrictions were defined in the filter for the query so that the planning function does not change more data than required or this may result in performance concerns. Table 17-4 lists the information for the command parameters in the same sequence that they appear in the Command Wizard when you insert the command. Using the Execute a Planning Function command (EXEC_PLANNING_FUNCTION), you can trigger the execution of a planning function. You can specify for each characteristic how the selection is to be determined. Table 17-5 lists the command parameters in the same sequence that they appear in the command wizard when you insert the command:
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Parameter Variable Screen Description You use this parameter to specify whether a variable screen is to be displayed. If you do not select this option, the variable screen is displayed only if mandatory variables are not filled. You use this parameter to specify the data on which the planning function is to be executed. If the planning function uses variables, you can use this parameter to specify how they are to be filled. Using a variable variant, you therefore specify the parameterization of the planning function. You use this parameter to specify the values for individual variables of the planning function. If a variant is also selected, a value assigned using this parameter is given precedence. Technical name of the planning function. You use this parameter to specify which planning function is to be executed.
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TABLE 17-4 Information for the Command Parameters for Planning Function (Simple)
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Description You use this parameter to specify whether a variable screen is to be displayed. If you do not select this option, the variable screen is displayed only if mandatory variables are not filled. You use this parameter to specify the data on which the planning function is to be executed. If the planning function uses variables, you can use this parameter to specify how they are to be filled. Using a variable variant, you specify the parameterization of the planning function. You use this parameter to specify the values for individual variables of the planning function. If a variant is also selected, a value assigned using this parameter is given precedence. Technical name of the planning function. You use this parameter to specify which planning function is to be executed.
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