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Planning Version Mgmt

Hello Gurus -

I have a few questions in planning version management. Appreciate if you can help me out.

<b>Scenario</b>: I have some planning data in the active version 000 and I have used "/SAPAPO/VERCOP - Copy Planning Version" to create a new version 001. Now I have the same data in both 000 and 001.

Then I went on to change some planning data in 001 to do my what if analysis and I arrived at a final plan which I want to see in 000.

Question: How do I do this? Since we cannot just copy it back to 000. Do we have to replan it in 000? Or do I have to delete the existing 000 and then copy/create 001>000? How is this normally done?

Appreciate your help!

Varun

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    Nov 08, 2007 at 11:59 PM

    yes, copying planning data back to 000 is done normally

    you need to check the transaction /SAPAPO/VERMER

    help and explanation is here

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_scm50/helpdata/en/07/af9a309a1dbb42b78bddd1a4fa7331/content.htm

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    Nov 08, 2007 at 10:40 PM

    Varun,

    Here is my answer:

    1. Please never delete active version 000 on APO system. This will lead to system crash or corruption of live-cache.

    2. APO provides you with the capability to merge planning version data starting from 4.0

    3. You have the option of comparing master data between versions.

    regards

    Najam

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    Nov 09, 2007 at 12:02 AM

    if you have changed data thats just time series data then a copy data using TSCOPY will work between the versions

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      I am having the exact same scenario. I am trying to take a work around to get the data from one version to another by converting the same into a difffernt data series .

      I would really appreciate if you can get back to me if the planning version merge worked for you.

      Thanks in advance

      Edited by: APO consultant on Jul 2, 2009 12:07 AM