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I need some information about FM: ISU_QUANTI24

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    Posted on Jul 07, 2008 at 07:52 AM

    U can look at documentation ...



    Short Text

    Cumulate Consumption to Determine Consumption Factor

    Operands and their Meanings

    Input operands

    QUANT Actual consumption that is relevant for the usage factor


    All consumption values that are used for the input operands are totaled,

    and the "actual consumption" is used to determine the usage factor.

    More specifically, if the installation has been allocated a synthetic

    load profile, you define the usage factor as quotient:

    Usage factor = Actual consumption / Consumption from load profile

    The current variant prepares for this calculation by placing the portion

    of the actual consumption in the internal billing table.

    Important note

    1. Generally, you will only want to update ONE usage factor.

    2. You should only use this variant in the schema ONCE. Note that

    MULTIPLE use will add together the consumption values in different

    steps, which usually is not helpful.

    3. The variant is only executed for normal billing. The usage factor is

    always calculated with reference to the current billing period.

    This variant is not relevant for other billing forms, such as budget

    billing, simulation, and so on.


    You define the actual consumption of your installation as the total of

    consumption Q_REGIS, which is measured by a register, and flat-rate

    consumption Q_FACTS, which is stored in the facts.

    Use the following steps to calculate the usage factor based on variant





    QUANTI24 ( Q_USAGE )

    The billing program calculates the new usage factor based on these


    You can display the valid usage factors in the installation by pressing

    the "Load profile" pushbutton.

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