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SAP IBP Add-ON for Time Series

Hello All,

We are planning to use SAP IBP Add on for S/4 for Integrating master data with time series using CPI-DS. I understand standard tables /IBP/* and extractors are available for this purpose.

My question is on using /IBP/ECC_INT_TRANS - Initial Load of Orders and Stock tables for Time Series Integration using CPI-DS. Even no standard extractors are available has anyone tried to use these tables to integrate with IBP Time Series?

Thanks,

Tejinder

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    Posted on Apr 03, 2019 at 11:58 AM

    Hi Tejinder,

    I did not work on S/4HANA Add-on integration with IBP.

    As per my knowledge, we can transfer Locations, Product, Resource and Production data structure (extractors) only to IBP via CPI-DS. For transfer of initial load of orders and stocks again we need to use SDI integration. You can refer to below SAP help for more info.

    https://help.sap.com/viewer/ce74cb613bb44bc1925126c84b191ad9/1.0%20SP05/en-US/97d50b56f577612de10000000a441470.html

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    Best Regards,

    Lingaiah


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  • Posted on Apr 01, 2019 at 03:12 PM

    Hi,

    The extractors are developed in each SP of the Add-On. The extractors that are available as of SAP S/4HANA, Supply Chain Integration Add-On for SAP Integrated Business Planning Version 1.0 SP5 and SAP ERP, Supply Chain Integration Add-On for SAP Integrated Business Planning 1.1 SP8 are as follows.

    Extractors described in the following.

    • Location - /IBP/LOCATION_ATTR
    • Product - /IBP/PRODUCT_ATTR or /IBP/PRODUCT_TEXT
    • Product UOM - /IBP/PRODUCT_UOM_ATTR
    • Resource - /IBP/RESOURCE_ATTR or /IBP/RESOURCE_TEXT
    • Location Product - /IBP/LOCATIONPRODUCT_ATTR
    • Resource Location - /IBP/RESOURCELOCATION_ATTR
    • Source Production - /IBP/SOURCEPRODUCTION_ATTR
    • Production Source Item - /IBP/PRODUCTIONSOURCEITEM_ATTR
    • Unit of Measure - /IBP/UNIT_OF_MEASURE_ATTR or /IBP/UNIT_OF_MEASURE_TEXT

    Enhancement spot to be used for the extensions: /IBP/ES_ETS_SELECTION

    You can refer below SAP note for more details.

    https://launchpad.support.sap.com/#/notes/2735177

    Best Regards,

    Lingaiah

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  • Posted on Apr 01, 2019 at 03:23 PM

    Hello Lingaiah,

    Thanks for your reply, I am aware of these extractors. My questions is more on the key figures data and usage of /IBP/ORD_EXT table which gets populated using transaction /IBP/ECC_INT_TRANS. I know the purpose of this table is for Order Series integration but did any one leverage this table for Integration this data with IBP Time series.

    Thanks,

    Tejinder

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  • Posted on Apr 01, 2019 at 04:42 PM

    Hi Tejinder,

    Yes, the standard templates help. However we need to provide technical ID of key figures to CPI consultant for IBP mapping. Stocks can be populated in INITIALINVENTORY kf. Also we can understand the table mapping & filter conditions used for extraction via HCI.

    Regards,

    Neeraj

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  • Posted on Apr 01, 2019 at 05:08 PM

    Hello Neeraj,

    Thanks for your response, again my question was not on the standard templates as there are limited templates available. I wanted to check if any body has used order-series based tables example /IBP/ORD_EXT for integration with IBP Time Series for open Sales Order, Production Order, Planned Orders, Purchase Orders, STO etc.

    Thanks,

    Tejinder

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