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Added a value in existing characteristic but not seeing in DP Planning Book

We have a custom characteristic and client wants to add another value for the existing values. I added new value in RSDMD but when I go to DP Planning Book and open selection window I could not see the value that I added for that particular characteristic. Neither I do see if I go to /SAPAPO/MC62.

But If I go to RSA1 and check different Info Cubes that we use in our solution I could see the added value shown there.

What am I missing here?

Charles (Chuck)

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    Posted on Apr 30, 2012 at 09:56 PM

    Hi Charles,

    If it's a navigational attribute, the value that was added using t.code RSDMD would have been seen in DP planning book. For the characteristics, you need to explicitly create the characteristic value combinations (CVC).

    Pl use t.code /SAPAPO/MC62 and selection the button 'Create Characteristic Value Combinations'. In the resulting screen, define the new combinations. Then, it will be recognized by the DP planning book.

    Thanks,
    Rajesh

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      Guys,

      Today when I checked the MC62 txn and I could see the added value there. I had created a CVC using that added value and open a Planning Book I found the added value was there this time.

      I don't know why I was not able to see yesterday in MC62. May be the report I ran mentioned by Rajesh had done something majic even though this report seems to make adjustments for product hierarchy.

      Bottom line is my issue is resolved now. I am thankful for Rajesh and DB49 for their inputs.

      Chuck

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