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very urgent BPS questions

hey pals,

I have couple of doubts which are very urgent to be clarified.

1.how to debug the code in fox editor?

2.can we use transactional infocubes in bps?

3.can we use multiprovider for planning?

4.how to fine tune the standard planning functions provided by sap?

5.when exit variables are used?

I need these answers asap.Anyone with suitable answer will be rewarded immediately.Thank you.

Regards,

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2005 at 03:01 PM

    1.how to debug the code in fox editor?

    use break-point in FOX code

    2.can we use transactional infocubes in bps?

    yes. Transactional cubes are meant for only BPS.

    3.can we use multiprovider for planning?

    Yes. multiproviders can be used both in basic planning area as well as multi planning area.

    4.how to fine tune the standard planning functions provided by sap?

    these are not recommended. But, create exit & FOX functions to meet your requirements.

    5.when exit variables are used?

    If variable1 needs to be derived from variable2. (in which, end user fills only variable2).

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2005 at 02:51 PM

    1) I don't know.

    2) You can only use transactional cube in BPS

    3) To use more than one cube you have to do a multiplaning area.

    4) I don't know.

    5) I don't understand the question.

    Regards

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