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Creating Sales Planning Infocube

We have a sales structure S953 that we use for sales planning, and we want to pass this structure with all the versions to BW. Can anybody help me on that?

I have done something yet:in the LBW0 in R/3, i have activate the datasource for this structure. After that i have created the infosource in BW but now i need an infocube to work with this data.

We don’t have the SEM-BPS and we are not going to have it.

There is anything standard for this or I have to create everything from zero.

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    Posted on Jan 12, 2005 at 07:49 AM

    Hi Antonio,

    as S953 is a custom infostructure in R/3, I strongly believe that you need to create your own custom infocube. But as you already mentioned, you already created your infosource for this data. So goto your infoproviders, create a new one and in the maintenance screen of the infocube choose your infosource as a template for the required infoobjects and put all your required objects into the cube. Create your dimensions, assign the characteristics to the dimensions and activate your cube. Additionally create update rules from your infosource to your new cube and schedule a infopackage to load the data.

    That's it.

    regards

    Siggi

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