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Progress analysis- Weighting

Pl. anyone explain what is the weighting used in progress analysis and also in customisation?? Please give some example.

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    Former Member
    Mar 20, 2009 at 11:55 AM


    Progress Version

    Progress versions are CO versions used only in progress analysis. The system records the progress analysis data in the progress version.The data can be evaluated at any time.

    We use the progress version to stipulate :

    - The basic value for determining the POC

    - Value for weighting the POC in the aggregation.

    - The set of dates used to determine the POC.

    - That the actual or plan method be adopted in the other method if none is separately specified there. No such adoption takes place for measurement methods based on estimation or secondary proportionality.



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      The POC of a project is arrived at by summarizing the POCs of the individual objects in line with

      the project hierarchy. You weight the POCs of the individual objects in order to represent the

      proportion of work package to the overall activity. You define the basis for the weighting in

      progress version customizing: example - Work. Inaccuracies at individual object level are ironed

      out in the aggregated display.

      You want to analyze the progress of the internal activities only in your project. You

      stipulate the Manual weighting basis when you configure the progress version. In

      addition, you stipulate weighting factor 1 for internal activities and 0 for external