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How to maintain Proportional Factors in SNP (not in DP)

Hi Gurus!

I want to maintain proportional Factors in SNP but could not know how to do. I read saphelp and know that we have to set up as following Steps:

-In Planning Area:

1.Set the Keyfigure calculation type For Key Figure KF1 to P or I

2.Set disaggregation key figure for KF1 to u201CAPODPDANTu201D

-When creating Planning Book/Dataview:

3.Check u201CManual Proportion Maintenaceu201D

4.Create a new Dataview that contain only KF APODPDANT

But I find that we can do step 3 only when we create Planning book with Planning Area that based on Planning Object Structure of Demand Planning Only (like 9ADPBAS).

With the Planning Area that based on Planning Object structure of SNP (like 9ASNPBAS), when creating planning book I could not check u201CManual Proportion Maintenanceu201D although I did the set up steps 1 and 2.

The question are:

1. Can we maintain Proportional Factors in SNP? If yes, How to do?

2. Can we create a new KF and consider it as Proportional Factor (as KF APODPDANT)? Is there any propblem?

Thanks very much for your help.

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2011 at 05:21 AM


    As of my knowledge, we need not maintain proportional factors manuaaly for SNP.

    Could you please explain on what business scenario, you want to maintain proportional factors manually in SNP?


    Manimaran M.

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