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Past Historical Data-System Performance

Hi Friends,

Our client is in the process of enhancing current demand planning functionality,

In the current business process, all the planning books and Data Views are maintained with the following manner

Time Bucket Profile ID (Future):18 Months

Time Bucket Profile ID (Past):24 Months

Whereas now they would like to go ahead

Time Bucket Profile ID (Future):24 Months

Time Bucket Profile ID (Past):24 OR 36 OR 48 Months???

Here the point, If they go ahead with 48 months past historical data, is the system performance will be at great problem?

Please suggest with your valuable inputs?

Thanks

Sai Dacha

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2012 at 07:42 PM

    Hi Friends,

    Please confirm the below points.

    1) System Performance is mainly based on Time Series Horizon

    2) Time Bucket Profile does'nt impact the system performance.

    Kindly let me know.

    Thanks and Best Regards,

    Sai Dacha

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    • Hi,

      To my understanding, the system performance heavily depends on the CVC. TB profile influences only the display. With considerable CVC breadth and depth and storage bucket profile of the planning area consists of monthly buckets, the specified TB profiles may not drastically impact the performance.

      Thus, the factors that influence the system performance are (in descending order of importance)

      1. Number of CVC

      2. Technical time periods of your storage bucket profile

      3. Data granularity, aggregation, and disaggregation

      4. Data view settings and macros associated with the events

      Thanks,

      Rajesh

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