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Planning Cube Load process

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How to Load data to DP cubes from a BW 3.5 system

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2008 at 07:16 PM

    If the BW 3.5 system is an external system then you need to build an Infocube in APO datamart and first load the data from external BW system to APO BW. Then create Planning area, POS, CVCs etc and then load the Planning data from APO Infocube to Planning area. using Transaction /SAPAPO/TSCUBE. DP Cubes are virtual ones and there is no physical existence. Please check this [DP Process|http://help.sap.com/saphelp_scm50/helpdata/en/8f/9d6937089c2556e10000009b38f889/frameset.htm] and also please go through the [Best Practices|http://help.sap.com/bp_scmv250/BBLibrary/HTML/DPL_EN_DE.htm]. open the link and click on Configuration guide. It will you through step by step process.

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      Thanks Sai Balakavi. Here is my another question. I have an APO system where there are some planning cubes. When I say, show data flow, there is only one cube (DP) but doesn't have the conventional DataSource, InfoSource in before. These cubes are basic cubes. My requirement is to write the tech spec (Europe - EMEA) & deploy (implement) the same requirement for AP (Asia). I am totally new to APO. Can you please help me. In other sense, by reverse engineering I have to get my own requirements & implement the same in another system.

      Thanks in advance.

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