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Planning Area Consistency check

Hi,

What all are the possible errors that come in Planning Area Consistency Check.

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Chandan

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    Posted on Jul 23, 2008 at 10:31 AM

    You can check the consistency of the following

    Notes table ,Selection table , the planning books that use the planning area & the time series in LiveCache.Some of the check it would do would be

    Storage buckets profile check

    Key figure initialization horizon check

    Time series initialization horizon check

    liveCache anchor check and time series check

    SNP master data for inconsistencies

    Edited by: Virendra Sharma on Jul 23, 2008 12:31 PM

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    Posted on Jul 23, 2008 at 10:29 AM

    you can run Consistency Check in PA - for Notes/Planning Book/Selection/Timeseries

    Errors - if u add new CVC in MPOS ...and run the consistency check for Timeseries....sometime u will get the following error

    1 ."liveCache anchor check and time series "

    For that u have to run twice " Consistency check for Timeseries "

    2. if u change the sequence of key figs in data view or addition of new key fig...For the Planning book...

    Inconsistency may appear while running the Consistency check for planning Book in PA

    So there are no. of Errorrs may occur depends on your Customization settings...

    This may help you...

    Regards,

    Rajesh Patil

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