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Help, proportion factor on flexible planning does not work

Hi pp gurus:

I created a flexible planning (Consistent planning), I set planning hierrchy as below:

sales Org. :1000

|

distibution Channel:40

|

plant: 6000

/ / \ \

M1(10%) M2(20%) M3(30%) M4(40%)

all aggr.fact. were 1

then I created a plan accrding to this planning hierarchy via MC93, e.g. I inputed 1000 at 1000 40 6000, then I disaggregate the plan to material level, what the result is not

M1: 100, M2:200, M3:300, M4:400

but

M1: 250, M2:250, M3:250, M4:250

it seems the proportion factor did not work, any guy can tell me the reason, how to fix it?

Thank you in advanced

John

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 08:54 AM

    Hi Zhong

    Since u r dealing with consistent planning; which method did u use to calculate proportional factors? Was it MC8U or MC9B?

    If MC9B & assuming u have following hierarchy i.e. X as Sales Organisation (60%); XX as Distribution channel (80%) & XXX (25%) as material i.e. proportional factors will be calculated based on following formula

    <b>X (S.O) / XX (D.C) / XXX (Material) = 0.6 * 0.8 * 0.25 = 12%</b>

    Please check with your settings and compare with this and revert

    Rgds

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 01:14 PM

    Hi Vicky Khabrani

    Thank you for your reply

    The planning hierarchy is below:

    sales Org. :1000 (100%)

    |

    distibution Channel:40 (100%)

    |

    plant: 6000 (100%)

    / / \ \

    M1(10%) M2(20%) M3(30%) M4(40%)

    all aggr.fact. were 1

    Now , the key figure-Production can be divided according to setted proportion, but the key figure-Sales did not, it still was divided equally, I did not know is it right? is SAP standard logic?

    Thank you advanced

    John

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