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MDPH - Planning Profile - Forecasting Table

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Can anyone say where we update this Forecasting Table and as we see in MDPH Tcode

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    Posted on Apr 22, 2016 at 05:58 AM

    Hello,

    In Transaction MDPH you create the planning profile for the material and assign the required planning tables. The characteristics combinations that are flagged as relevant for planning appear in the configuration point of the maintenance of independent requirements (Transactions MD61 and MD62).

    Check table TPLVP and TPHVP Header: Planning Profile

    Best Regards,

    R.Brahmankar

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    • Hello,

      As I know you can have only one planning profile for a material.

      1. Create planning table and assign characteristics (Transactions MDP1, MDP2, MDP3).

      2. Fill lines with values (combinations) (Transaction MDP4).

      3. Create planning profile for a KMAT by assigning the desired planning tables to this profile and setting the desired lines to "relevant for planning" (Transaction MDPH).

      4. In a profile, a characteristic may occur once only, that is, you cannot add different planning tables all of which contain a specific characteristic to a planning profile.

      5. Assign the probabilities to the planning profile in the configuration supporting point (Transactions MD61, MD62), that is, the combinations relevant for planning (lines).

      Refer SAP note 419032 - Characteristics planning as of Release 4.5

      Best Regards,

      R.Brahmankar

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