Save all planning workbooks centrally
Execute a planning function
.Note that you can only undo actions that you have performed within the area thatyou have defined in step 1 and step 2 when creating the planning
. The datafrom SAP BW-
is retransferred to the SAP MAP toolbar.You cannot undo manual changes in cell areas that you have made inenhancements of the
template in SAP BW-
Customizing. It isalso impossible to undo changes in this area that have arisen due to customer-specific formulas or VBA macros.
Planning functions available:In the selector for planning functions, you can select all the planning functions from SAPBW-
that are assigned to the planning folder.
Execute a planning function:By choosing this pushbutton, you execute the planning function that you have selectedfrom the list of available planning functions. This happens on the server so thatcommunication with the SAP BW-
takes place. The planning data is checked beforethe function is executed.
Executing a Planning Folder
You execute a planning folder in order to use the planning
and functions that areconnected in terms of content (and therefore contained by the folder) in the sense of a business planning application.
Display in SAP GUI or in Web browser
You can decide whether you want to execute a planning folder in the SAP GUI or in aWeb browser (the prerequisite for executing it in the Web browser is that you haveselected a Web-enabled variant when creating the folder).To execute a planning folder in the Web browser you must first generate a Web interfacefor the folder. You can then convert this into an executable Web application using theBW-
Web Interface Builder . For more information, seeEditing Planning Folders.
If you have created a planning folder that is
Web-enabled you can generate a Web-enabled folder from this later by copying the folder. Here you can specify that it should be Web-enabled in the general folder attributes of the new folder. All other attributes of the original folder are transferred unchanged to the new folder when copying.
Switching between different planning