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For DP , we need to create a Simulative version . Can anyone pl let me know step by step ?

Through MVM we can create a version but how do we load transaction data in this Simulative version ? Is it through version copy ?

Assume Model is 001 and Simulative version is 001 , then how do we ensure that at the end of each week , the master data and transaction data is reflected in the Simulative version.

Thank you

Regards

KK

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  • Posted on Nov 06, 2015 at 11:38 AM

    Hi,

    Follow below:

    • Create a simulation version under model 000 itself as Z01 (example).
    • Go to /SAPAPO/MSDP_ADMIN and right click on your DP planning area.
    • Click "create time series objects", put the dates and execute in background.
    • Check in SM37 "/SAPAPO/TS_PAREA_INITIALIZE" is complete.
    • Go to any planning book (with above planning area) and load any combination with simulation version. You will see the same.
    • For transaction data use /SAPAPO/TSCUBE to load data from cube but by giving input as planning area and simulation version in target area.
    • If you want to copy data then use /SAPAPO/TSCOPY again target as simulation version.

    If this resolves your issue follow How to close a discussion and why

    Regards

    Rahul

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    • Yes you can put 001 for the simulation version.

      For refreshing...I would like to understand what are you expecting?

      As I explained earlier in DP the source could be BW load that is through cube by using /SAPAPO/TSCUBE (create variants and background jobs accordingly) or you can copy from another version to this simulation version where you can use /SAPAPO/TSCOPY.


      I hope you are familiar with these transactions. Make sure first you test complete scenario before executing anything in productive environment.

      Regards

      Rahul

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