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IS-U EDM Basics

Hi ,

We are in the process of implementing IS-U EDM and had a few questions specific to importing interval data into SAP for both EDM.

1) What is unit of measure of the interval data being imported?

2) What interval lengths (5 minute, 15, 30 60) are supported?

3) Can the interval data be framed (into On Peak, Off Peak, Shoulder) before being imported into SAP?

4) What are file formats/specs?

Thank you very much.

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    Posted on Oct 01, 2009 at 08:40 PM

    1) What is unit of measure of the interval data being imported?

    UOM of interval data can be kWh, kW, Price, temperature, factors etc

    2) What interval lengths (5 minute, 15, 30 60) are supported?

    Interval length of a profile can be 5, 10, 15, 30 and 60 minutes

    3) Can the interval data be framed (into On Peak, Off Peak, Shoulder) before being imported into SAP?

    Time of Use rates can be classified as on peak , off peak, mid peak etc

    4) What are file formats/specs?

    To import profile values following file formats are supported:

    ASCII, Binary, DBASE format, Spreadsheet, DAT and I believe it also supports ASCII with IBM conversion

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    Posted on Oct 06, 2009 at 04:07 PM

    Prem,

    help.sap.com is pretty helpful. The whole section of Energy Data Management gives tons of information about profile mgt,

    profile calculation and RTP-Billing. It also has links to more further information and forwards you to right configuration node with even more examples.

    Hope this helps, Tom

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2009 at 11:28 AM

    1) What is unit of measure of the interval data being imported?

    It depends on what you want to import. Let the header of the profile for which you are importing data is indeed the same unit of measurement.

    2) What interval lengths (5 minute, 15, 30 60) are supported?

    Standard: 5, 10, 15, 30, 60 and 1 days.

    3) Can the interval data be framed (into On Peak, Off Peak, Shoulder) before being imported into SAP?

    I don't understand the question sorry 😊

    4) What are file formats/specs?

    Which BAPI transaction or do you use for import ?

    I would recommend learning about data exchange. You can find informations for example when going to the service market place for utilities (service.sap.com/utilities) and follow this path:

    SAP for Utilities - Product Information --> IS-U/CCS --> Intercompany Data Exchange --> Cookbooks&Guidelines --> Data Exchange

    Edited by: Nicolas Le Jeune on Oct 7, 2009 1:42 PM

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