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Issue with SAP APO DP Location split

Hi SCM Gurus ,

We trying to use Location split functionality for releasing forecast into different location (Plant) with a predefined ratio.

However it is not working properly and it is spliting the total quantity in equal proportions to the plants.

We are currently using SCM 7.0.

If we are missing anything in terms of configuration then please suggest.

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    Posted on Dec 30, 2011 at 02:43 AM

    Hello,

    You may want to check the following link:

    [http://help.sap.com/saphelp_apo/helpdata/en/2f/15a516701e11d398450000e8a49608/frameset.htm]

    Cheers!

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    • Former Member

      Hi ,

      Thanks for your input.

      I have already checked that but it did not help to solve my issue. Let me explain you in detail:

      We have a Product P001 and two Location L01 and L02. On product P001 we have forecast quantity 200 for the current daily bucket. I have maintained the location split table (/SAPAPO/MC7A) as P001/L01 : 0.80 and P001/L02 : 0.2.

      But when I released forecast through (/SAPAPO/MC90) , the forecast quantity is getting distributed equally(qty 100) to each plants for that product. The system is not respecting the proportions maintained in location split table.

      Can anyone please let me know if I am missing any steps over here ? Or is this issue with SCM 7.0 ?

      I remember that it used to work in SCM 5.0.

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