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User Parameters in APO: Documentation

Dear Experts,

I am looking for more than the short description of user parameters in APO.

Where do I find this other than TPARA table?. For a change I do not see it in help.com. I do not see a broad functional classification either. How can I quickly know if a SET/GET parameters EXISTS for a purpose?. e.g. I want to see all planning table layout related parameters in DP or SNP. What is the quickest way to find them. I also do no see any value selector when I type in a parameter. Basically I have to manually type like in a typewriter. There is no F1 help anywhere.

Thanks

BS.

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    Posted on Feb 11, 2014 at 08:50 PM

    Hello BS,

    This is another great question from you. Thanks for asking. 😊

    I am aware of TPARA table for possible Parameter IDs. And another source is SAP Notes Example like Consulting SAP note#350065 (User parameters in forecast environment ). But do not know a place where all the required information is available about the Parameter IDs. It will be a great help if we know ALL Parameter IDs and their possible values and proper usage.

    Also below is a table which shows User IDs along with their Parameters.

    USR05 : User Master Parameter ID

    I am really hoping to see some solid answer to your question from experts of this group.

    Thank you

    Satish Waghmare

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    • Former Member

      Thanks Satish,

      I just dumped TPARA into excel and will add some value to it later. The note you mention is only for stat forecast related parameters.

      USR05 is a useless table

      Anyway this not providing F1 and even F4 or hiding it under some note is probably making a lot of dollars for an economically useless activity. I won;t tell this to my kid :-)

      Thanks

      BS

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