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Attribute as a key figure in SAP IBP

reddyatoz
Explorer
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Hi Experts,

I need detail step-by-step process how attribute as a key figure works.

I have a requirement that, I need to copy current week value to all future week's and this has to be achieved by Attribute as a key figure.

From above example i need to copy 10(which is present week value) to all the remaining weeks and if there are any new weeks coming up.

BR

Kumar

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girish_nitie
Participant
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Hi,

Please refer model configuration guide for details around Attribute as a Key figure concept.

Alternative you can also achieve this by Key figure configuration by first dropping time dimension (WKPRODLOC to PRODLOC aggregation) and later adding the time dimension again (PRODLOC to WKPRODLOC which can bring same value to all the periods)

Thanks

Girish

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riyazahmed_ca2
Contributor
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Hi Kumar,

In order to achieve the desired results, You have to create AAKF with time dependency.

UOM conversion Factor is the example for time independent AAKF and Exchange Rate is the example for time dependent AAKF.

In time dependent AAKF, We have to define for how many periods in the past and future, the desired Master Data value has to be populated.

Let me know for more queries.

Best Regards,

Riyaz

manoj_gaikwad
Participant
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Hi Kumar,

Attribute as KF may not be suitable here as you want to copy value in current week to all further weeks, typically this requirement is there for Initial Stock KF, which keeps on changing for current week. AAKF is for those cases where you want to maintain some static value in Masterdata and then have it reflected in your keyfigure as well, for eg SafetyStock.

So depending no how your requirement is you have to choose where to use AAKF or KF modelling technique.

Regards,

Manoj