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Transfer Flexible Planning to Demand Management in Dissagragated Proportions

Dear SAP Gurus,

I've already created my own structure and also I followed all Flexible Planning customizing steps that different gurus recommend such as:

* Create my own Infostructure S9XXX as copy from S076 standard (MC21)

* Set Update Rules (MC24)

* Set Infostructure planning parameters (MC7F).

* Create Planning Hierarchy (MC61)

* Create Planning Type & Macros (MC8A)

* Calculate Proportions (MC8U)

* Create a Planning Table under inactive version. (MC93)

* Create Transfer Profiles and Execute Mass Processing activities to transfer to Demand my Product Groups (MC8D,MC8E,MC8G,SM37)

CURRENT SITUATION & ISSUE DESCRIPTION

The Consistent Planning scenario works perfectly until I try to transfer dessagregated proportion at member level of product group, i. e. after my PIR's have been transfered the quantities of my planning version are aggregated instead of dissagregated.

Please I need your advise or expertise in how can I handle this situation😕

Thank you I really appreciate your support.

Kind Regards

Sincerely

David.

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  • Oct 30, 2015 at 10:05 AM

    Hello,

    In Consistent planning data is directly disaggregated to most detailed level, where it is stored. This means any change in the data at any level, the change automatically transfers to other levels. The aggregation and disaggregation is triggered automatically

    In addition to this, MACRO’S provides the mathematical calculation of key figures elements which can be done automatically during aggregation and disaggregation process.

    In MC74 you can select the product group and memeber option so that it will transfer requirement of PG and PG member to demand management.

    Please use the disaggregation function (transaction MC76) for your product groups.

    Best Regards,

    R.Brahmankar

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    • Hello David,

      Thanks a lot for your valuable feedback. If possible create a document and post on SCN so it will be helpful to all community members. Also close this discussion.

      Best Regards,

      R.Brahmankar