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Calculating Percentages for the Proportional Factors(APODPDANT) generated

Hello Experts,

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We are working in an implementation project. We are calculating Detailed Proportional Factors for future by using previous one year corrected sales history.

Here in Demand Planning we are disaggregating Months to Weeks Time based Disaggregation by maintaining separate PA only for Weeks PA.

Once the Proportional Factors are generated in Months PA, we are copying the Cons Plan and Proportional Factors generated to Weekly PA where in this weekly PA both Proportional factors viewed in both Months and Weeks in separate data views.

As we maintained the Fiscal year variant(Fiscal Months and Fiscal Weeks) in Months PA, all Planning books are viewed and proportional factors are calculated based on Fiscal Months and the proportional factors disaggregated in Weeks PA into Fiscal Weeks.

Now we have a business requirement that the proportional factors disaggregated in Weeks PA into fiscal weeks. Have to calculate the percentage of each fiscal week and has to display into some other new keyfigure Proportional Factors (Percentages).

For Ex:  Proportional Factors (APODPDANT) Generated W1 - 35, W2 - 10 , W3 - 30, W4 - 25 Items. Now in the new keyfigure Proportional Factors (Percentages) have to show w1 - 35%, W2 - 10%, W3 - 30%, W4 - 25%.

For achieving this I have written a macro which calculates the percentage   W1 % = W1/ (W1+W2+W3+W4) * 100.

Here my problem is as we implemented the fiscal year variant there will be 5 weeks in 3rd month of every quarter.

how can I write the macro or  to achieve this requirement. Requesting anybody faced this kind of business requirement in you previous experience, could you pls provide direction on this.

Regards,

S

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  • Jan 15, 2015 at 02:44 PM

    Hi SV,

    Check your fiscal year variant and the periods for any similarity. Like if the number of days exceed 28 days then 5 weeks, etc. For this FISCAL_EDATE() - FISCAL_BDATE() logic can work.

    And if you are sure that every 3rd month of the quarter is 5 week month, then you can give a condition that if the Period (month) = 3, 6, 9, 12 then W1 % = (W1 / (W1+W2+W3+W4+W5))*100 else W1 % = W1/ (W1+W2+W3+W4) * 100. You can achieve this by using FISCAL_PERIOD() = 3, 6, 9, 12

    Regards

    JB

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