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Displaying data in Planning Book

Hello Folks,

Basically I have copied a standard SAP Planning Area created my own Planning books. I have also CIFed data from R/3 to APO and the transactional data can be seen in /sapapo/rrp3 but I cannot see them in my Planning Book. I have sent sales order data from R/3 to APO.

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    Jun 12, 2007 at 01:31 AM

    a few points that i can check

    If you can see it in RRP3 then you should also be able to see the sales orders in the Standard SAP planing book based on 9ASNP94 planning area. can you see this?

    if so .. your planning area is not set right

    check if you have intialized the planning area and if your planning book has the required KF setup properly and similar to what you have set up in the Standard book

    Also check if your MPOS that is attached to the new planning area is set up correctly

    another point to check is if your selection id is properly selected when you load on to the planning area

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      pln check the follwing

      in RRP3... whats the order type for the sales order

      in your SNP planning area config what is the Category type associated with the r KF for sales order

      in you IMG what order types does that order category contain?

      also check the period your planning area has been initialized

      can you see planned orders, stock etc in the planning book?

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    Former Member
    Jun 12, 2007 at 03:46 AM

    Hi,

    Also check if you are looking at data in different versions. Also the data you see is based on the master data selection you made in selection profile.

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    Jun 12, 2007 at 07:50 AM

    As well as the above points, it may be worth running program /SAPAPO/TS_LCM_CONS_CHECK against the planning area you are using and set it to run in "repair" mode.

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    Apr 22, 2010 at 03:38 PM

    Hi,

    Please check that you have assigned the product/Location to active integration Model and executed the Consistency checks on the same.

    Regards,

    Rahul

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    • Former Member

      in above message please replace active integration model by ACTIVE planning version. Sorry for the mistake