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Planned Cost allocations in BPC

Hi all,

Is it possible to plan for secondary cost in BPC and then run allocations?

Alternatively, can we retract primary cost from BPC to ECC- run allocations in ECC- etract it back to BPC?

Please help.

Regards

SSC

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    Posted on Sep 27, 2010 at 06:40 PM

    ECC has powerful features for alloication than BPC. You may retract and try allocations in ECC and bring the data back to BPC via BW.

    Ravi Thothadri

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    Posted on Sep 27, 2010 at 08:25 AM

    Hi SSC,

    I didnt understand your question properly. You can definitely run allocations. Can you please explain the your design in a bit detail and what exactly you want to do.

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    • Hi SSC,

      1. A retraction Process Chain is delivered in BPC NW 7.5 and there is an example on how to use it. So, the answer is "yes", you can retract data back to ECC, run allocations there and than extract results again to BPC via BW..

      2. I'd say, preferable way is running allocations in BPC; there is a RUNALLOCATION statement for that in BPC.

      Regards,

      Gersh

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    Posted on Oct 05, 2010 at 06:40 PM

    You could push to a open hub and read into ECC or do a remote FM to read from BW to ECC.

    Ravi Thothadri

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