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Use top-down modeling

Dear all,

As you know, we will use the BI Integrated Planning function instead of the BW BPS.

But When I use the Integrated Planning function, I can not find the top-down modeling function.

Anyone can tell me where I can find the top-down modeling function or How I can use the other function instead of it.

Thank you so much!

You could also tell me by mail.

Leon_lei_Wang@hotmail.com

Best regards,

Leon

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    Posted on Aug 27, 2006 at 02:41 PM

    Any one konw it?

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    Posted on Aug 27, 2006 at 04:44 PM
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    Posted on Aug 27, 2006 at 05:31 PM

    Hi,

    Thank you for your document.

    But I want to use the Top-down modeling at the IP(rsplan) function, I can't use the BPS function as the customer request.

    I think the IP(rsplan) function havn not the Top-down modeling plan now.

    I want to find the same method as the Top-down modeling plan, for example I want to use the fox function, or I want to use the Javascripe at the web for the input-ready report.

    Anyone could give me the solution?

    Thanks!

    Leon

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    Posted on Aug 30, 2006 at 02:18 AM

    Hi Leon,

    You should be able to implement the top-down distribution logic using the 'Distribution by Reference Data' function type in Integrated Planning.

    One of the options when configuring this type of function (in the 'Associated Parameter Record' section) is the distribution to be entered manually or to work on a Top-Down distribution model (either all values or only #).

    I have not implemented this function yet, but it appears to give you what you need.

    Hope this helps.

    Matt

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    Posted on Aug 30, 2006 at 04:11 AM

    Dear all,

    I have the solution.

    My solution is that I create the New cube for top-down function, and I upload the plan cube to new cube using the return for update rule.

    For example.

    the plan cube is that:

    Juice amount

    1. 100

    1 20

    2 40

    I upload this cube to the new cube, the result is that:

    Juice amount

    1. 40

    1 20

    2 40

    So, I can instead of the top-down function.

    And the upload rule code for return table is that:

    result_table = icube_values.

    result_table-/bic/zamount = comm_structure-/bic/zamount.

    append result_table.

    if comm_structure_/bic/zjuice <> ''.

    comm_structure_/bic/zjuice = ''.

    result_table-/bic/zamount = (-1)*comm_structure-/bic/zamount.

    append result_table.

    endif.

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