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Key Figure read by SNP Heuristic

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Do any one know the list of key figure functions read by SNP Heuristic? The issue is , need to create a new key figure and need to store demand element in that key figure. SNP heurisitc is not reading this key figure as a demand. I know it is some thing to do with Key Figure Function. So I attached the Key Figure function of Forecast (additional) key figure to the new key figure. But Heuristic is not reading it at all.

Any idea guys?

Sushovan Datta

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    Posted on May 27, 2009 at 07:33 AM

    Hi,

    You need to adjust the macro in the Planning book. (Where you are running the Heuristics). The total demand should include this new keyfigure too.

    Regards

    Shibu

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    Posted on May 27, 2009 at 07:57 AM

    Pushpinder,

    When you created a Key figure for Demand element, you need to ensure that the following fields are updated in the key figure -

    - Key figure Function - 2003(Dependent Demand) or 2009 for Total Dependent Demand, please chose as per your requirement.

    - Category

    - Category Group

    - Aggregation - Blank, 1, 2 etc. as per your requirement.

    and offcourse check the macro for including this new key figure.

    Thanks,

    Harsh

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