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APO DP: mapping to 9ADPDANT in transaction /sapapo/tscube

I am using APO DP V5.

In transaction /sapapo/tscube, I want to load data from an InfoCube into the standard proportional factor key figure 9ADPDANT. But I cannot assign this key figure to my planning area, so cannot use it in the transaction.

Can anyone advise here?

Thanks,

Bob Austin, Atos Origin.

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 11:37 AM

    Hi,

    I suppose you meant APODPDANT key figure.

    This key figure is always calculated by the system using report /SAPAPO/RMDP_SHARE_MANAGER. You cannot 'populate' this KF yourself from a Infocube. You can however control the APODPDANT KF to be generated based on your specific keyfigure in your Infocube.

    Hence the best you can do in your case is, to check out the report mentioned above and use your specific KF in your Infocube as basis for generating the APODPDANT. This results in proportional factors being generated which will be stored in APODPDANT. You can then assign this APODPDANT as proportional factor for any of your KFs using P Type disaggregation.

    Hope this helps.

    Srinidhi

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  • Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 08:33 PM

    9ADPDANT is not even available to be picked up in planning area definition. It is not meant to be loaded directly and is expected to be system generated. I would rather ask you to construct a copy of that key figure and use it in your planning area.

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