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Planning Sequence log in Integrated Planning

Hi gurus

I am executing a planning sequence with a number of steps in Integrated Planning from a Process Chain.

This seq fails, and I cannot find out how to see which step it is it fails in. I have tried through RPSC and SM37. In BPS there is a log for planning runs, I cannot seem to find this in the IP Modeler. Also the BPS log doesn't appear to show the IP runs (which makes sense).

Do any of you know how I can find this info in the system?

Cheers

/Karsten

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    Posted on Jul 31, 2007 at 11:23 AM

    Hi,

    in RSPC choose in the menu goto / Log view.

    regards

    Dries

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      Hi Dries

      I have tried that, maybe I wasn't to clear about that.

      The planning sequence in my process chain is red. If I double-click it I can see the error, which is just fine. However, I can't seem to find, which step in the sequence that causes the error. The "Backg" tab just shows that the job started and finished. If I go to the batch monitor, it just says that job "BI_PROCESS_PLSEQ" finished in green. If I go to the "Job log" for this job, I get the same info as in the "Backg" tab.

      /Karsten

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    Posted on Jul 31, 2007 at 02:06 PM

    Karsten,

    I don't beleive there is IP log similar to BPS log. Workaround would be execute each step of the sequence in IP modeler and determine which step is failing.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards

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      Hi Narasimha

      I actual did that and also solved the problem.

      However, it seems to be quite user unfriendly if you cannot see which step fails in a sequence. This was during development, so I could "mess around" but in a production system your debugging posibilities are more limited.

      Br

      Karsten

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2008 at 04:09 AM

    Hi Karsten,

    I was just looking for the same. I found the following program RSPLS_PLSEQ_LOG, but I wasn't able to find a transaction for it. Have you found anything else?

    Thank you,

    Jaime

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