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Mulitple Call Horizan in Single Plan

Hi All

Thank in advance for taking out your precious time .

Kindly suggest.

I create Task list haivng 2 operation

1) Test A ( For this i am using cal horizan 80% in Maintenance Plan & system generate call date after 27 days)

2) Test B ( Using same Same call horizan in maintenance plan but the client want us the system should generate call on 7 earlier to the call date.)

Can we assign different cal horizan to different opperations ?

Can you pl suggest how can i do that or is there any config to get it done.



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    Posted on May 14, 2013 at 04:01 PM

    What are the frequencies for those 2 operations??

    How many days before you want to generate the call objects???

    SAP has given a feature to mention the call horizon in days (again its only one per maintenance plan) instead of defining that in %.

    If you have common no. of days between 2 operations, then you can activate this functionality.

    But its not possible to have call horizon based on operations, its at Maintenance plan level only.

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    • Hi PMSAP9

      Yes its more specific to convert single cycle plans to strategy based

      for example you have a strategy is for 12 (90 days apx.)weeks and your call horizon is 10% so the call date will be some where in 9 days now you want this call should happen in 7 days (or % wise) in that case just change the cycle modification factor in % wise it will do call based on % only not days.

      Hope it will give some clarity.

  • Posted on May 15, 2013 at 06:38 AM

    You can only have one call horizon in a maintenance plan which applies to all maintenance items.

    There are user-exits/BADIs for you to use to manipulate this data. For example, you may want to adjust the call horizon dependent on the packages being called.


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