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Use of navigation attributes in APO DP

I am using APO DP version 5.

In general I am forecasting at the level of product at customer.

I have already modelled navigation attributes for the individual InfoObjects of product and customer.

But I also want to model a navigation attribute at the <u>combined</u> 'product at customer' level (example would be the 'status' of the combination, which could be 'live' or 'not live').

Any recommendations about how to configure a navigation attribute at this combined level?

Thanks, Bob Austin

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2007 at 07:34 PM

    I have same scenario, what you can do is use the existing avilable filed which has navigational attribute already defined (but field should be ideal) then update the generic indicator as ZZZ and then use that as your navigational attribute in the Livechace.

    hope this will help you.

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    • Former Member Irmhild Kuntze

      Hi all,

      I just have the same situation at my current client (SCM 5.0), but I tried the compounding of characteristics and assigning some navi attributes to it. It works fine in DP, as long as you have a char which is not compounded.

      e.g. Article (not compounded) + Article/Region (compounded, which carries navi attributes)

      When doing the selection, you display the Article and filter/select by the navi-attribute of the compounded char.

      Downside is, when creating the POS, the compounded chars are pulled in no matter you want it or not...

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2007 at 04:17 AM

    I don't understand what you mean as the solution. Can be explain it in more detail?

    Thanksl

    Ken

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