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Hi all,

I have found really useful and self-explanatory a series of 4 pdf with an overview of BPC's logic by Laura Di Tomasso. They are easy to understand indeed, and a good starting point in BPC I think. However, I am not able to find the 4th part of the series, the one that talks about Business Rules I think. Could you please be able to post it or e-mail it? It would be of great help.

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Rafa

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2008 at 08:24 AM

    Ok! So I'm reading the actual documents;

    The first document is "Logic Overview and Dimension Logic Overview".

    The second document is "Script Formulas Overview".

    The third document is "Script Formulas Advance"

    The fourth part is to be on "Business Rules".

    To be written by someone else.

    Currently, there is no such document.

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  • Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 10:32 AM

    Hi all,

    I also checked the part4 doc. long time ago, but could not find it. If someone could send it to me as well, I appciate.

    Regards,

    Atsushi

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 08:11 PM

    Can you be more specific?

    What docs are you refering to?

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    • David, thanks for your response. File nanes and document titles are below.

      Business Planning and Consolidation 5.x Logic (Part 1 of 4).pdf

      Business Planning and Consolidation 5.x Logic (Part 2 of 4).pdf

      Business Planning and Consolidation 5.x Logic (Part 3).pdf

      I wonder if the 1st document has been created intended to the 1st part of 4, but changed to 3 documents later.

      If someone could tell, I appciate.

      Atsushi

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2008 at 08:40 AM

    Thank you very much for your answers.

    The more I read the more I get the feeling that as there are different ways of getting the same results, among all the scripts and formulas and rules there are some more used in practice than others, some maybe outdated, some maybe just performing better, maybe some more easy to understand. I hoped that 4th document of the series could help me out in that matter, give a solid, updated starting point of the do's and don'ts in BPC. I guess what I am looking for is some updated Best Practices doc, and I thought that 4th part would be it. Would there be any other document you could share to help out on this matter?

    Kind Regards,

    Rafael

    Edited by: Rafael Moreno on Aug 12, 2008 10:41 AM

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    • Did you check User's Guide? In "User Guide: SAP BPC Administration" Appendix B, starting page 203, mentions something like best practices of logic, quoting lots of codes. The guide is available in Service Market Place. That information is actually same as what I got from my collegue.

      There are also useful how-to documents, which we could learn how we should do.

      Hope it helps.

      Atsushi

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 10:09 AM

    The requested document does not exist yet.

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