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What kind of data ds 0PS_WBS_EVA brings?

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What kind of data ds 0PS_WBS_EVA brings?

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2009 at 04:14 PM

    This DataSource extracts Earned Value data associated to WBS Elements. This is one of many DataSources that flow into the 0PS_C03 - Earned Value (Identification Using External ID) InfoCube. All of the DataSource flowing into this InfoCube are:

    0PS_ORD_EVA: Order Earned Value

    0PS_NTW_EVA: Order Earned Value

    0PS_NWA_EVA: Network Activity Earned Value

    0PS_NAE_EVA: Network Activity Element Earned Value

    0PS_WBS_EVA: WBS Element Earned Value

    Earned Value is merely the aggregated value of the progress project objects. The Network Activity Elements Earned Value roll up into their parent Network Activity Earned Value. The Network Activities Earned Value roll up into the parent WBS Element Earned Value. Finally, all of the Earned Value amounts for WBS Elements under a parent Project Definition are rolled up to that parent Project Definition. Each level has a percentage completion calculation done, including rolling up to the Project Definition.

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  • Posted on Jul 21, 2009 at 01:00 PM

    Hi,

    Progress WBS elements (0PS_WBS_EVA) is a transactional Datasource, it brings Project systems details.

    please go to SAP link for fields information.

    [http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw70/helpdata/en/bc/82c839c572b97be10000000a114084/content.htm]

    Best Regards.

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    • Former Member

      thanks

      I dont think its a good idea to insert sap help everywhere. Sap help for this data source dosnt contain anything

      I have seen sap help for this data source before thats why I decided to post the advert.

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