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Activating a new navigation attribute

Hi all,

is there a smart way to activate a new navigational attribute?

I have a planning objectstructure active with a lot of data in timeseries.

What is the best approach to activate or deactivate a navigational attribute?

thanks in advance

Jean

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    Aug 23, 2007 at 03:23 PM

    Hello Jean -

    The Navigational Attributes come attached to the characteristics that you choose. To add the characteristics you have to deinitialize the planning object structure. so before you deinitialize the planning object structure you need to take a back up of the data associated with the same. after that initialize the planning object structure. there is no other way as far as my knowledge goes.

    Hopes this is of help.

    Regards,

    Suresh Garg

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      Hi Suresh Garg,

      A collegue told me that it is not necessary to de-initialize a planning object structure. If you add the navigational attributes to the info-objects, activate them, and then just initialize the planning object structure (so without de-initialization), you can use the navigational attributes, (of course after you have added them to the planning book.)

      Hope this will help you and others

      kind regards

      Jean