In demand planning, you have the following options for setting the number of decimal places.
The number of decimal places in interactive demand planning is affected by the settings of the T006 or TCURX tables (transaction cuni). In this case, the decimal places can be specified separately according to display (T006-DECAN) and memory accuracy (T006-ANDEC). The number of decimal places is linked to a unit of measurement. If no settings are made, the number of decimal places is set to zero. Note that no more than three decimal places can be used in demand planning (LiveCache). Internally, macros and forecasts are always calculated in floating point arithmetic.
In addition, you can define the number of decimal places for the display for each line of a data view in the design mode of the interactive demand planning. You do this by selecting lines and then right-clicking. In the context menu that next appears, select Selected Lines - Decimal places. Here, the 'Value from unit mass table' indicator is set by default. If you delete this indicator, you can manually change the number the decimal places from the value three to a value between 0 and 6. Use the corresponding function keys to do this. The selection you make here may overwrite other existing settings and is customized.
The forecast views use the same settings as in the main view. In addition, you can also use the /sapapo/fcst_nk1, /sapapo/fcst_nk2 and /sapapo/fcst_nk3 user parameters to make user-specific settings that set the number of decimal places for the display of each individual line. The value of the user parameter overwrites the comparable value of the settings from T006 and TCURX for the display. See note 359641.
As of SCM 4.1, you can use the menu path Settings - Decimal Places to interactively set a different display of decimal places for each key performance indicator. This user-specific setting can be saved.
/sapapo/sdp94, decimal places, T006, TCURX,Reason and Prerequisites
See the consulting note.
|Release Status:||Released for Customer|
|Released on:||04.02.2004 16:55:07|
|Primary Component:||SCM-APO-FCS Demand Planning|