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Planning Book

Hi Experts,

I have some basic questions.

Is Planning notes deleted in planning area when we delete the keyfigure values ?

In Standard Realignment, planning notes are also migrated ?

What is meant by IS_PARTLY_FIXED in macro?

How can we fix a cell partially in Planning book ?

I do select some Keyfig’s in planning book by selecting ‘Multiple KF’ option? i don't want to see all Kf's in data view.

Is it possible to fix this selection @ data view level ?

Everytime when i load a new selection, I miss this setting.



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    Posted on Oct 09, 2015 at 07:31 PM

    Hi John,

    Answers below -

    • If you assign note to a key figure value and later change or delete key figure value - note will still remain in planning book
    • IS_PARTLY_FIXED function returns the value of 1 if cell is partially fixed.
    • A cell is partially fixed suppose one of the cell at detail level is fixed - this will turn the status of cell at header to partially fix
    • If you don't want all key figures present in the planning book, then maybe you can have a new data view with only required key figures or even change the existing one by emoving extra key figures

    Hope it helps you.



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  • Posted on Oct 12, 2015 at 02:04 PM


    For your last question regarding "Multiple KF" option, you can hide the key figures that you do not wish to display by hiding them in the User settings.

    When in a Data View, goto Settings -> Maintain User Settings and Hide Key Figures tab, check the key figures you wish to hide. This setting will remain even if you load a new selection.



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