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Dear all,

I have a planning function where I want to copy from multiple periods to an other period range. I read in a how-to-guide I could use this:

VAR_NAME_1 1 ZPERIODFROM

VAR_VALUE_1 1 2007001

VAR_VALUE_1 1 2007002

VAR_LINES_1 1 2

VAR_NAME_2 1 ZPERIODTO

VAR_VALUE_2 1 2008001

VAR_VALUE_2 1 2008002

VAR_LINES_2 1 2

But it only uses the last period 002. Is this something I can only use in combination with a planning sequence and not in a planning function?

Thanks.

Regards,

J.

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 02:02 PM

    Could you please try the following. It should work:

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/07/ff413a3ace7022e10000000a11402f/content.htm

    VAR_NAME_1 1 ZPERIODFROM

    VAR_SIGN_1 1 I

    VAR_OPERATOR_1 1 EQ

    VAR_VALUE_1 1 2007001

    VAR_NAME_2 1 ZPERIODFROM

    VAR_SIGN_2 1 I

    VAR_OPERATOR_2 1 EQ

    VAR_VALUE_2 1 2007002

    VAR_NAME_3 1 ZPERIODTO

    VAR_SIGN_3 1 I

    VAR_OPERATOR_3 1 EQ

    VAR_VALUE_3 1 2008001

    VAR_NAME_4 1 ZPERIODTO

    VAR_SIGN_4 1 I

    VAR_OPERATOR_4 1 EQ

    VAR_VALUE_4 1 2008001

    if you are using the external representation of the variable value you need to use

    VAR_VALUE_EXT_1

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    • Former Member

      Other tags are:

      Variable name: VAR_NAME

      Hierachy Variable: VAR_NODE_IOBJNM

      Range-Operator: VAR_OPERATOR

      Range-Sign: VAR_SIGN

      Variable value (in internal format): VAR_VALUE

      Variable value (in external format): VAR_VALUE_EXT

      Variable value (Range-High in internal format): VAR_VALUE_HIGH

      Variable value (Range-High in external format):VAR_VALUE_HIGH_EXT

      Variable value (Range-Low in internal format):VAR_VALUE_LOW

      Variable value (Range-Low in external format):VAR_VALUE_LOW_EXT

      Of course you need the append the number suffix (_1, _2, etc.)

      How to build planning application Workbooks in BI Integrated Planning

      https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/go/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/f0881371-78a1-2910-f0b8-af3e184929be

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    Posted on Sep 10, 2007 at 03:20 PM

    Hi,

    1) your command is independent wether you use sequences or functions.

    2) how does your copy function looks like (what is your from and to value?)

    D

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    • Former Member Juriaan van de Pol

      Hi Juriaan

      I didn't use multiple values for this type of copy function. What I did is let the user define an interval and write a simple FOX to do a copy with a certain logic (for example use previous year or something).

      One other thing, could you send me an email regarding your performance problem: how many rows do you have in your BEX, how many tabs in your workbook and how long does it take to save? I'm having similar discussions with SAP this very moment

      Dries

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