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We are working with Nakisa 4.0.

We have a requirment where Org structures changes need approval before making the actual change in the system.

As per the process, changes needs to be done in Planned structure, Generate Chart, Get it approved by Management after that Active Structure will be changed.

Is there a way to view Active and Planned Chart at the same time by a planner? if so how?

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    Posted on Aug 15, 2013 at 07:52 AM

    Jithu,

    SOVN OrgModeler would offer you this functionality ... to be able to model and visualise a "to be" structure. It does this by holding the model differences outside of SAP (in a DB used by OrgModeler) as opposed to using plan versions (which modelling in SAP would do).

    As Matthew says you could create a custom org chart in OrgChart or OrgModeler to visualise a separate plan version if that is your preferred way to model.

    OrgModeler also has functionality for viewing the "current" org chart (as well as the planned one), workflow for approving, real time metrics and write back of approved changes to SAP HCM.

    You might this SlideShare content of interest: http://www.slideshare.net/NakisaInc/hrs-next-top-model-current-best

    Stephen

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    Posted on Aug 15, 2013 at 07:32 AM

    Hello Jithu,

    Assuming you are talking about the OrgChart application, currently the solution is designed to display only the active reporting structure.

    If you would like to see the planned reporting status (and planned objects), you would need to create a custom org chart through AdminConsole using the appropriate data filter for planning status.

    This could change in the future, but it always depends on how many customers want to see this as a standard feature.

    Best regards

    Matthew

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2013 at 05:49 AM

    Thanks Mathew and Stephan. Will explore the options.

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