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can we use all kind of planning in sap ps together?

HI Expert,

Scenario is system have all kind of planing in sap ps as

  1. easy cost planning
  2. unit cost planning
  3. detail cost planning
  4. network cost planning

can we use all planning simultaneously?

if no then which-which one cost planning we can use simultaneously in sap ps?

how to control duplicity planning cost in sap ps what should we need to do for the same?

if we are using ECP then we need to an extra CO version so program would be same only need to rename to co version only please correct if i'm wrong.

Regards,

Sanjeev

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    Former Member
    Sep 21, 2012 at 02:49 PM

    Hi Sanjeev,

    I never come across such kind of scenario. I guess if you have multiple profiles being used with different cost planning scenario. How it is possible even if I have multiple profiles???? does it possible??/ not sure.

    I may be wrong or right, but let ohers to say some thing here.

    Regards,

    Sudhakar

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Mahendra

      Are you referring to this statement in the Help.sap.com  that says under cost planning > manual cost planning in the work breakdown structure ?


      Planning in More Than One Plan Version

       

       

      The information available on a project changes as the planning phase progresses. This sometimes makes cost planning in more than one version a good idea. This also how planning usually proceeds in everyday business. For this reason, you can plan projects in any CO versions you like.

      Please confirm thanks in advance

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    Former Member
    Sep 21, 2012 at 08:24 AM

    Hi Sanjeev,

    Though system does not disallow you explicitly from using a certain kind of planning in conjunction with an other type, there are some prerequisites/restrictions that come into play when you use multiple types of planning. I will have to refer SAP Help to comment confidently on this aspect.

    Secondly, what kind of business scenario would demand multiple ways of planning. I mean, i haven't come across any such scenario till date. Would be interested in knowing more about this from you.

    For all your other queries i would suggest you to go through SAP Help once. I am pretty sure most of your doubts would get cleared. You can definitely come back with more specific queries.

    Regards,

    Gokul

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