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Like profile definition - demand planning

Hi Experts,

In Like profile definition, we do assign ' Reference products ' whose history will be considered for Lifecycle planning.

In Recent days there is a change in Reference products assigned to like profile.

How could i track these changes for like profile definition ?

I do not see any change log / Version management for like profile definitions.


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    Posted on Oct 09, 2015 at 11:31 PM

    Hi John,

    The standard SAP t-code for like profile and phase in/out profile maintenance does not show the any change logs (user name etc.) so I do not think if the changes can be tracked.

    There is a table for like profile maintenance /sapapo/t445like, this has all the fields which you see in the like profile maintenance t-code (e.g. ref product, action, percentage, weighting profile etc) but that also does not have any change log details.



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  • Posted on Oct 13, 2015 at 02:09 PM

    Hi John,

    There is no capability to track changes in DP or SNP in standard APO. SAP consulting offers an add-on to do just that. There is a charge for the product.

    See SAP Note 1308968.

    Best regards,


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