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Cookbook: Energy Data Management (IS-U-EDM)

Basic Customizing Settings
Release 4.62

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Contents
Contents..............................................................................................................3 List of Diagrams..................................................................................................3 Introduction.........................................................................................................4 Basic Customizing Settings...............................................................................1 Profile Categories................................................................................................2 Profile Types........................................................................................................3
Delete Entries..........................................................................................................................4 Define Profile Types...............................................................................................................4

Interval Lengths...................................................................................................8
Define Interval Lengths.........................................................................................................10

Permissibility of Interval Lengths per Profile Type...........................................14
Define Permissibility of Interval Lengths per Profile Type..................................................15

Season Groups.................................................................................................18 Season Types....................................................................................................19
Define Season Types.............................................................................................................22 Season Groups.......................................................................................................................23 Define Season Groups...........................................................................................................27

Day Groups.......................................................................................................29
Day Types.............................................................................................................................30 Define Day Types..................................................................................................................32 Day Groups...........................................................................................................................33 Define Day Groups................................................................................................................37

Time-Of-Use (TOU) Groups..............................................................................39
TOU Types............................................................................................................................40 Define TOU Types................................................................................................................44 Time-Of-Use (TOU) Groups.................................................................................................45 Define TOU Groups..............................................................................................................49

Number Ranges for Source Systems...............................................................49
Define Number Ranges for Source Systems.........................................................................50 Change Number Range Status...............................................................................................52

Change documents for Profile Status...............................................................53
Activate Change Documents for Profile Status.....................................................................53 Display Change Documents for Profile Status......................................................................54

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................................................................................................................12 Figure 8: Permissibility of Interval Length per Profile Type....................................41 Figure 27: Define TOU Type.............................40 Figure 26: TOU Types......25 Figure 18: Define New Season Groups...........................................................................42 Figure 28: Define New TOU Types.......................................................................................24 Figure 17: Define Season Group..............................................................................................................33 Figure 22: Day Groups.......44 Figure 29: TOU Groups.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................34 Figure 23: Define Season Group.........................................................14 Figure 9: Define Permissibility of Interval Length per Profile Type.........................................................................................................................................27 Figure 19: Day Types....................................................................................................45 Figure 30: TOU Groups.......................6 Figure 5: Interval Lengths...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................19 Figure 12: Season Types.............................................................................16 Figure 10: Define Permissibility of Interval Length per Additional Profile Type.............4 Figure 4: Define New Profile Types.......17 Figure 11: Season Types.......................30 Figure 20: Define New Day Types.........................35 Figure 24: Define New Day Groups...............................................................................................SAP AG List of Diagrams Figure 1: Basic Customizing Settings............46 Page 3 of 64 ..11 Figure 7: Define Interval Lengths..................19 Figure 13: Define Season Type.........................................................37 Figure 25: TOU Types...........................................8 Figure 6: Define Interval Lengths.....................................................1 Figure 2: Profile Types...........................................20 Figure 14: Define New Season Types...............................................................................................................................32 Figure 21: Day Groups............23 Figure 16: Season Groups....................................................22 Figure 15: Season Groups............3 Figure 3: Define Profile Types............................................................................................................................

..............49 Figure 33: Number Ranges for Source Systems............................................................................................................................Energy Data Management (IS-U-EDM) List of Figures SAP AG Figure 31: Define TOU Group....55 Figure 38: Display Change Documents for Status.........47 Figure 32: Define New TOU Groups....................56 Page 4 of 64 ........50 Figure 34: Define Number Range.................................................................54 Figure 37: Display Profile Header Status Information.........................................................................52 Figure 36: Activate Change Documents for Profile Status............................................................................................51 Figure 35: Insert Number Range Interval....

see the documentation for the individual sections of the implementation guide or the SAP Library documentation.Introduction This document describes basic customizing settings for the Energy Data Management (IS-U-EDM) component. which you can find under Help → SAP Library. see the other cookbooks available for IS-U-EDM Release 4. For more information on IS-U-EDM Customizing settings. .62. For more information.

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Error! Style not defined. You also use dynamic modification factors to change a customer’s synthetic profile values to avoid significant fluctuations in consumption as a result of seasonal changes. Day profiles are allocated to synthetic profiles and reproduce the consumption of one day.09.2009 07:09:00 nachm. SAP AG Profile Categories SAP provides the following 5 predefined profile categories: • Elementary profile • Synthetic profile • Integral profile • Day profile • Formula profile Elementary Profiles Profile containing values entered manually or imported. This ensures that a customer’s typical profile is retained. You use a usage factor to determine customer-specific consumption from a synthetic profile. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. Synthetic profiles are used when no interval readings are available. Day Profile Profile containing values measured at identical intervals and that describes one day.09. . 2Stand: 01. You can import dynamic modification factors from other systems or calculate them yourself. Formula Profile Profile containing values calculated using a predefined formula. Customers with similar consumption patterns are grouped and assigned to the same synthetic profile. Integral Profile Used by SAP only.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. They are used for classifying the consumption patterns of groups of customers. for example. Error! Style not defined.doc Stand: 01. You define the profile types you use in Customizing and allocate them to profile categories predefined by SAP. Synthetic Profile Profile containing values generated on the basis of predefined periods (day and season groups) and corresponding day and annual profiles. You can use a formula profile to calculate the energy-feeding curve of the grid. such as a weekend day in summer or a weekday in winter.2009 07:09:00 nachm.

2009 07:09:00 nachm.SAP AG Error! Style not defined.09.doc 56 / 64 3Stand: 01. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. Figure 2: Profile Types Version: 01. Error! Style not defined.09.2009 07:09:00 nachm.doc 56 / 64 . /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. Profile Types Profile types can be found in Customizing for SAP Utilities under Energy Data Management → Basic Settings → Profile Type → Define Profile Types.Stand: 01.09.2009 07:09:00 nachm.

proceed as follows: 1. Define Profile Types Note You can only create new objects in the customer namespace. You can select from the profile types defined in Customizing. You choose a profile type in a later step when you create a profile header.2009 07:09:00 nachm. To define additional profile types.2009 07:09:00 nachm.09. • Etc. • Profile type 2 (forecast profile) classifies profiles as elementary forecast profiles. The following screen appears: Figure 3: Define Profile Types 4Stand: 01. historic profiles. The table is read as follows: • Profile 1 (historic profile) is allocated to profile category 1 (elementary profile).doc Stand: 01. Go to Customizing for SAP Utilities and choose Energy Data Management → Basic Settings → Profile Type → Define Profile Types. This applies to all new objects that you create. select the relevant line and choose (Delete). forecast profile.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.. Proceed in this way for all other Customizing settings predefined by SAP. or load schedule) do not play a functional role. • History (history of profile) Settings for the profile history (historic profile. SAP AG The parameters are as follows: • P. (Profile type) Profile type ID • Profile type (description of profile type) 30-character text for profile type description • P. Error! Style not defined.09. . Profile type 1 classifies profiles as elementary.(Profile category) Profile category ID to which profile type is allocated.. Delete Entries To delete profile types.Error! Style not defined. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.

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Error! Style not defined.Error! Style not defined. field. . cat. type field. 4. 6. SAP AG The following screen appears: Figure 4: Define New Profile Types 3. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. 6Stand: 01. Select one of the predefined entries for the History field. type field. Enter a description for the profile type in the Prof. Settings for the profile history (historic profile. forecast profile.09. Enter one of the predefined profile categories in the Prof. or load schedule) do not play a functional role here.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.2009 07:09:00 nachm.doc Stand: 01.09. 7. Save your data.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Enter the profile type ID in the Prof. 5.

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doc Stand: 01.09. Error! Style not defined. Figure 5: Interval Lengths 8Stand: 01. To define interval lengths.2009 07:09:00 nachm. go to Customizing for SAP Utilities and choose Tools → System Modifications → User-Defined Enhancements for Energy Data Management → Interval Lengths → Define Interval Lengths. .Error! Style not defined. 30 and 60 minutes have been predefined by SAP.09. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.2009 07:09:00 nachm. SAP AG Interval Lengths Interval lengths of 15.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.

Note The next release will contain 5. 30 and 60 minutes.09.2009 07:09:00 nachm.SAP AG Error! Style not defined. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. You can select from the interval lengths defined in Customizing. length (interval length ID) 4-character interval-length ID • Descript. length (interval length) Number of time units in an interval (such as 15) • IL category (interval length category) Time unit of interval (such as minutes or days) • EI (equal intervals) If you select this field. then any two periods are separated by the same interval.09. (description of interval length) Text for interval length • Int.Stand: 01. (function module for selecting profile values) • Update (function module for updating profile values) • Upd.09. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Version: 01.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Error! Style not defined.doc 56 / 64 9Stand: 01. • FM select. (function module for preparing profile values for update) You choose an interval length in a later step when you create a profile header.and 10-minute interval lengths in addition to the current lengths of 15. The parameters are as follows: • Int.doc 56 / 64 . Prep.

10Stand: 01.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. You can use function module ISU_PROFILE_VAL_UPD_PREP_0015 as a template. go to Customizing for SAP Utilities and choose Tools → System Modifications → User-Defined Enhancements for Energy Data Management → Interval Lengths → Define Interval Lengths. Error! Style not defined.2009 07:09:00 nachm. You can use function module ISU_PROFILE_GET_EPROFVAL15 as a template. Note 3. Define a function module for preparing profile values for updates.09. If you still wish to define additional interval lengths. 2. Define a function module for selecting profile values. 4. SAP AG Define Interval Lengths Caution You should consult with SAP before performing this IMG activity.Error! Style not defined.2009 07:09:00 nachm. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.doc Stand: 01. You can use function module ISU_PROFILE_PUT_EPROFVAL15 as a template. proceed as follows: 1. Define a function module for updating profile values. You can only create new objects in the customer namespace.09. Defining new interval lengths can have negative effects on system performance. To define interval lengths. .

2009 07:09:00 nachm. The following screen appears: Figure 6: Define Interval Lengths 5.SAP AG Error! Style not defined. Error! Style not defined.09.2009 07:09:00 nachm. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. Version: 01. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.2009 07:09:00 nachm.doc 56 / 64 .doc 56 / 64 11Stand: 01.09.Stand: 01.09. Choose New entries.

/var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.2009 07:09:00 nachm.09.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.Error! Style not defined.doc Stand: 01.2009 07:09:00 nachm. SAP AG The following screen appears: Figure 7: Define Interval Lengths 12Stand: 01. . Error! Style not defined.09.

Stand: 01. 10.09. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. Enter a description for the interval length in the Int. In the fields FM for select.doc 56 / 64 13Stand: 01. You choose an interval length in a later step when you create a profile header.SAP AG Error! Style not defined.. prep. and Upd. 6. Enter a number in the Interval length field.doc 56 / 64 . field.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Version: 01. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. lgth cat. select the Equal intervals field. select the function modules you defined in steps 1 to 3 12. If you want to specify that any two profile values are separated by equal intervals.. field. 7. Enter the interval length ID in the Interval length field. You can select from the interval lengths defined in Customizing. update module. 8. Save your data. mod.09. Choose a predefined interval length category in the Int. lgth desc.2009 07:09:00 nachm. 9.2009 07:09:00 nachm.09. Error! Style not defined.

Error! Style not defined.2009 07:09:00 nachm.09.Error! Style not defined. SAP AG Permissibility of Interval Lengths per Profile Type You have to define permissible interval lengths for each profile type. The following screen appears: Figure 8: Permissibility of Interval Length per Profile Type 14Stand: 01.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. . Profile types predefined by SAP also have predefined interval lengths.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Go to Customizing for SAP Utilities and choose Energy Data Management → Basic Settings → Profile Type → Define Permissibility of Interval Length per Profile Type. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.09.doc Stand: 01.

(interval length ID) The table is read as follows: • Interval lengths of 15 and 30 minutes are permissible for profile type 1 (historical profile).09..2009 07:09:00 nachm. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.09. Profiles of type 2 can record values in increments of 15 and 30 minutes. Go to Customizing for SAP Utilities and choose Energy Data Management → Basic Settings → Profile Type → Define Permissibility of Interval Length per Profile Type. Version: 01. The parameters are as follows: • P. • Etc. Proceed as follows: 1.doc 56 / 64 .09.. Error! Style not defined. Profiles of type 1 can record values in increments of 15 and 30 minutes.doc 56 / 64 15Stand: 01. Define Permissibility of Interval Lengths per Profile Type You must also define the permissibility of interval lengths for any additional profile types you have defined.2009 07:09:00 nachm.. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.Stand: 01. (profile type) Profile type ID • Int.SAP AG Error! Style not defined. • Interval lengths of 15 and 30 minutes are permissible for profile type 2 (forecast profile).2009 07:09:00 nachm.

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The following screen appears:
Figure 9: Define Permissibility of Interval Length per Profile Type

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Figure 10: Define Permissibility of Interval Length per Additional Profile Type

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Season Groups
Season groups divide the year into several season types. For example, you can define the season group SOWI to divide the year into the season types summer and winter. You define season types and then group them into season groups. You must establish settings for season groups before you can define synthetic profiles. These settings are required in the RTP interface, where they define the structure of RTP components.

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select a line and choose Definition.doc 56 / 64 19Stand: 01.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Figure 11: Season Types The parameters are as follows: • • Seas. Season Types SAP has already defined several season types. Season types can be found in Customizing for SAP Utilities under Energy Data Management → Basic Settings → Season Group → Define Season Types. Version: 01.doc 56 / 64 . type Season type ID Descript. Error! Style not defined.09.SAP AG Error! Style not defined.09. Description of season type To determine how season types have been defined.2009 07:09:00 nachm. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.Stand: 01. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. Figure 12: Season Types Click here to select this line.2009 07:09:00 nachm.09.

doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. SAP AG The following screen appears: Figure 13: Define Season Type 20Stand: 01.doc Stand: 01.Error! Style not defined.09. . Error! Style not defined.09.2009 07:09:00 nachm. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.2009 07:09:00 nachm.

.doc 56 / 64 21Stand: 01. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.2009 07:09:00 nachm... /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. If you want to do this. (See the definition of season type Winter). and another (with consecutive number 2) starting on 01/01. Note You cannot define a season period that reaches into the next year. • End (end of season period) Season type Summer describes the period from 04/01 to 09/30 (meaning that the end of the summer season period is 09/30.doc 56 / 64 . The parameters are as follows: • C.Stand: 01. The table is read as follows: The season period from 04/01 to 09/30 is allocated to season type 0001 (summer).2009 07:09:00 nachm. (Start of season period) Season type Summer describes the period from 04/01 to 09/30.2009 07:09:00 nachm. The season periods allocated to the season types in a season block must cover one year and may not overlap. Error! Style not defined. In this case. (Consecutive number of season period) • Start. you have to create two season periods.09..09.09. you would create one period (with consecutive number 1) up to 12/31.SAP AG Error! Style not defined. Version: 01.

8. Error! Style not defined. Enter the season ID in the Season type field. type field. Enter a from-date in the Start field. Save your data.Error! Style not defined.09.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Note You cannot define a season period that reaches into the next year. SAP AG Define Season Types To define additional season types.09.doc Stand: 01. Enter a consecutive number in the C.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. (See the definition of season type Winter). Go to Customizing for SAP Utilities and choose Energy Data Management → Basic Settings → Season Group → Define Season Types. The season periods allocated to the season types in a season block must cover one year (01/01 to 12/31) and may not overlap. 6. Enter a to-date in the End field. you would create one period (with consecutive number 1) up to 12/31.. 10. 22Stand: 01. In this case. In the next step. If you want to do this. Choose New entries. different season types are grouped into season groups. Choose the season type you just defined and choose Definition. 3. 5. Save your data and choose Back. you have to create two season periods. Enter a description for the season type in the Seas. 7.2009 07:09:00 nachm. The following screen appears: Figure 14: Define New Season Types 2.. 4. and another (with consecutive number 2) starting on 01/01. field. . /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. 9. proceed as follows: 1.

doc 56 / 64 .Stand: 01. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. Season Groups SAP has already predefined several season groups.09.2009 07:09:00 nachm.09.09. Figure 15: Season Groups The parameters are as follows: • Season grp Season group ID Version: 01.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Error! Style not defined. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. Season groups can be found in Customizing for SAP Utilities under Energy Data Management → Basic Settings → Season Group → Define Season Groups.SAP AG Error! Style not defined.2009 07:09:00 nachm.doc 56 / 64 23Stand: 01.

09. select a line and choose Definition. Figure 16: Season Groups Click here to select this line. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. Description of season group To determine how season groups have been defined. .doc Stand: 01.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.Error! Style not defined.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Error! Style not defined.2009 07:09:00 nachm. SAP AG • Descript. 24Stand: 01.09.

2009 07:09:00 nachm.09.doc 56 / 64 25Stand: 01. The following screen appears: Figure 17: Define Season Group The parameters are as follows: • C. Version: 01. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.09.2009 07:09:00 nachm. (consecutive number) • Season type Season type ID to which season group is allocated. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.09.. Error! Style not defined..doc 56 / 64 .2009 07:09:00 nachm.SAP AG Error! Style not defined.Stand: 01.

09.Error! Style not defined.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. Error! Style not defined. SAP AG The table is read as follows: Season group 0001 (year divided into winter and summer) contains season types 0001 (summer) and 0002 (winter).2009 07:09:00 nachm.doc Stand: 01. 26Stand: 01. .2009 07:09:00 nachm. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.09.

Define Season Groups To define additional season groups. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Choose New entries.2009 07:09:00 nachm. The following screen appears: Figure 18: Define New Season Groups 2. Go to Customizing for SAP Utilities and choose Energy Data Management → Basic Settings → Season Group → Define Season Groups.doc 56 / 64 . /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.Stand: 01.doc 56 / 64 27Stand: 01. proceed as follows: 1. Error! Style not defined.2009 07:09:00 nachm.09.09.09. Version: 01.SAP AG Error! Style not defined.

Enter the season group ID in the Season grp field. Save your data.2009 07:09:00 nachm. 7. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.doc Stand: 01. 4. Choose the season group you just defined and choose Definition. 28Stand: 01. 6. field. Enter a season type ID for the season group in the Season grp field.. Enter a description for the season group in the Descript. 5. field.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Note The season periods allocated to the season types in a season block must cover one year (01/01 to 12/31) and may not overlap. . SAP AG 3. 9.09. Save your data and choose Back.09. 8. Enter a consecutive number in the C..Error! Style not defined. Error! Style not defined.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.

/var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. You must establish these settings before you can define synthetic profiles.09.doc 56 / 64 29Stand: 01.2009 07:09:00 nachm.Stand: 01.2009 07:09:00 nachm.09. Day Groups A day group contains different day types. Error! Style not defined. You define day and then group them into day groups.SAP AG Error! Style not defined.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Version: 01. you can define a group of days called Standard Week that contains the day types Weekday and Weekend Day.doc 56 / 64 . These settings are also required in the RTP interface where they define the structure of RTP components.09. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. For example.

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Version: 01..doc 56 / 64 . (factory calendar) ID of the factor calendar that you defined under General Settings → Maintain calendar.2009 07:09:00 nachm.2009 07:09:00 nachm.09. • Day type 0003 (all weekdays) corresponds to both the workdays and the public holidays of factory calendar 01. PH (public holiday) If you select this field. the factor calendars must all be assigned to the same public holiday calendar. • Day type 0002 (weekend day including public holiday) corresponds to the public holidays of factory calendar 01. WD (workday) If you select this field.. Error! Style not defined. the public holidays defined in the factory calendar are allocated to this day type. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. The parameters are as follows: • • • Day type Day type ID Day type • • Description of day type F.09.Stand: 01. Caution If you define several day types and assign them to different factory calendars. The table is read as follows: • Day type 0001 (weekday) corresponds to the workdays of factory calendar 01.SAP AG Error! Style not defined.09. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.doc 56 / 64 31Stand: 01. the workdays defined in the factory calendar are allocated to this day type.2009 07:09:00 nachm.

3.. . Select both fields if you want the day type to correspond to both the workdays and the public holidays of the factor calendar. Enter the day type ID in the Day type field. 5. Save your data. field (factor calendar ID).09.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Enter a description for the interval length in the Descript. 32Stand: 01. 7. Select the WD (workday) field if you want the day type to correspond to the workdays of the factor calendar.09. In the F. Note When you group day types into day groups you must ensure that each day is allocated to one day type. In the next step. enter the ID of the factor calendar to which the day type is to be assigned. Select the PH (public holiday) field if you want the day type to correspond to the public holidays of the factor calendar.doc Stand: 01.Error! Style not defined.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. 4. Go to Customizing for SAP Utilities and choose Energy Data Management → Basic Settings → Day Group → Define Day Types. Error! Style not defined. The following screen appears: Figure 20: Define New Day Types 2. SAP AG Define Day Types To define additional day types.2009 07:09:00 nachm. different day types are grouped into day groups.. Choose New entries. 6. proceed as follows: 1. field. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.

2009 07:09:00 nachm. Day groups can be found in Customizing for SAP Utilities under Energy Data Management → Basic Settings → Day Group → Define Day Groups. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.SAP AG Error! Style not defined. Day Groups SAP has already predefined several day groups. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. Error! Style not defined.09.09.09. Figure 21: Day Groups The parameters are as follows: • • Day group Day group ID Day group Description of day group Version: 01.2009 07:09:00 nachm.doc 56 / 64 33Stand: 01.Stand: 01.doc 56 / 64 .2009 07:09:00 nachm.

2009 07:09:00 nachm. .09. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. Figure 22: Day Groups Click here to select this line 34Stand: 01. Error! Style not defined. SAP AG To determine how day types have been defined.Error! Style not defined.09.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. select a line and choose Definition.2009 07:09:00 nachm.doc Stand: 01.

SAP AG Error! Style not defined.doc 56 / 64 35Stand: 01. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.2009 07:09:00 nachm. The following screen appears: Figure 23: Define Season Group The parameters are as follows: • C.09.09.2009 07:09:00 nachm.09.Stand: 01.2009 07:09:00 nachm.doc 56 / 64 . Error! Style not defined.(consecutive number) • Day type Day type ID to which day group is allocated.. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. Version: 01..

09. 36Stand: 01. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.Error! Style not defined.2009 07:09:00 nachm.doc Stand: 01.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. . Error! Style not defined.2009 07:09:00 nachm.09. SAP AG The table is read as follows: Day group 0001 (weekdays and weekend days) contains day types 0001 (weekday) and 0002 (weekend day including public holiday).

09. Define Day Groups To define additional day groups.SAP AG Error! Style not defined. Go to Customizing for SAP Utilities and choose Energy Data Management → Basic Settings → Day Group → Define Day Groups. The following screen appears: Figure 24: Define New Day Groups 2.doc 56 / 64 . Choose New entries. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.Stand: 01.2009 07:09:00 nachm.09.doc 56 / 64 37Stand: 01.09. Version: 01.2009 07:09:00 nachm. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. Error! Style not defined.2009 07:09:00 nachm. proceed as follows: 1.

Note When you group day types into day groups you must ensure that each day is allocated to one day type.09.. 8. Save your data. Choose the day group you just defined and choose Definition. 5. SAP AG 3. 38Stand: 01.doc Stand: 01. 6. Error! Style not defined.. Enter a description for the day group in the second Day group field.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Save your data and choose Back. 9. 7.2009 07:09:00 nachm.Error! Style not defined. Enter the day group ID in the Day group field.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. Enter a day type ID for the day group in the Day type field. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. Enter a consecutive number in the C. field.09. . 4.

2009 07:09:00 nachm.2009 07:09:00 nachm.09. Version: 01.09.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Error! Style not defined. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.09. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. Time-Of-Use (TOU) Groups A time-of-use (TOU) group contains different TOU types. For example. These settings are also required in the RTP interface where they define the structure of RTP components. you can define a TOU group for on-/off-peak that contains the TOU types on-peak and offpeak. You define TOU types and then group them into TOU groups.Stand: 01.doc 56 / 64 39Stand: 01.doc 56 / 64 .SAP AG Error! Style not defined.

09. 40Stand: 01.09.Error! Style not defined. . Error! Style not defined. Figure 25: TOU Types The parameters are as follows: • • TOU type TOU type ID Descript.doc Stand: 01.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.2009 07:09:00 nachm.2009 07:09:00 nachm. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. SAP AG TOU Types SAP has already predefined several TOU types. TOU types can be found in Customizing for SAP Utilities under Energy Data Management → Basic Settings → Time-Of-Use Group → Define Time-OfUse Types.

Error! Style not defined. Description of the TOU type.2009 07:09:00 nachm. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.09.09.SAP AG Error! Style not defined.2009 07:09:00 nachm.doc 56 / 64 . Figure 26: TOU Types Version: 01.Stand: 01.2009 07:09:00 nachm.doc 56 / 64 41Stand: 01. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.09. To determine how TOU types have been defined. select a line and choose Definition.

09.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.2009 07:09:00 nachm.Error! Style not defined. Error! Style not defined.09. . /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.2009 07:09:00 nachm. SAP AG The following screen appears: Figure 27: Define TOU Type 42Stand: 01.doc Stand: 01.

• End (end of TOU period) TOU type 0001 (on-peak period) describes the period between 08:00:00 and 17:59:59 hours. (Consecutive number of TOU period) • Start (start of TOU period) TOU type 0001 (on-peak period) describes the period between 08:00:00 and 17:59:59. you would create one period (with consecutive number 1) up to 12/31.doc 56 / 64 . Version: 01. you have to create two TOU periods.SAP AG Error! Style not defined.09. In this case.doc 56 / 64 43Stand: 01. and another (with consecutive number 2) starting on 01/01. If you want to do this. meaning that the on-peak period ends at 17:59:59 hours. The table is read as follows: The TOU period from 08:00:00 to 17:59:59 hours is allocated to TOU type 0001 (on-peak period)..2009 07:09:00 nachm.09.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Error! Style not defined. The TOU periods allocated to the TOU types in a TOU group must cover one day (from 00:00:00 to 23:59:59 hours) and may not overlap.Stand: 01. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. The parameters are as follows: • C.2009 07:09:00 nachm.09.. meaning that the on-peak period begins at 08:00:00 hours. Note You cannot define a TOU period over one day. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.

44Stand: 01. The following screen appears: Figure 28: Define New TOU Types 2. Choose New entries. Enter a to-date in the End field. 8. 9. Enter a TOU type ID in the TOU type field.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Note You cannot define a TOU period over one day. Enter a to-date in the End field. Go to Customizing for SAP Utilities and choose Energy Data Management → Basic Settings → TOU Group → Define TOU Types. 3. In the next step. (consecutive number) field.2009 07:09:00 nachm. In this case.09. 4.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. proceed as follows: 1. Error! Style not defined. . 5. you create one period (with consecutive number 1) up to 12/31. Save your data and choose Back. 6. Choose the TOU type you just defined and choose Definition. 7. Enter a description for the TOU type in the Descript. Enter a consecutive number in the C. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. 10. different TOU types are grouped into TOU groups..09. The TOU periods allocated to the TOU types in a TOU group must cover one day (from 00:00:00 to 23:59:59 hours) and may not overlap.doc Stand: 01. you have to create two TOU periods.Error! Style not defined. and another (with consecutive number 2) starting on 01/01. If you want to do this. SAP AG Define TOU Types To define additional TOU types. Save your data. field.

2009 07:09:00 nachm.doc 56 / 64 . /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.SAP AG Error! Style not defined. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.09.09.Stand: 01.2009 07:09:00 nachm.09. Error! Style not defined.doc 56 / 64 45Stand: 01. Time-Of-Use (TOU) Groups The following TOU groups are predefined by SAP: TOU groups can be found in Customizing for SAP Utilities under Energy Data Management → Basic Settings → Time-Of-Use Group → Define Time-OfUse Groups.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Figure 29: TOU Groups The parameters are as follows: • TOU group TOU group ID Version: 01.

doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. 46Stand: 01. . select a line and double-click Definition.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Error! Style not defined. SAP AG • Descript. Description of TOU group To determine how day types have been defined.09.Error! Style not defined.09. Figure 30: TOU Groups Click here to select this line. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.doc Stand: 01.2009 07:09:00 nachm.

09.09.doc 56 / 64 .2009 07:09:00 nachm. Error! Style not defined.SAP AG Error! Style not defined. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.09.and off-peak periods) contains TOU types 0001 (on-peak period) and 0002 (off-peak period). (consecutive number) • TOU type TOU type ID to which TOU group is allocated. Version: 01. The table is read as follows: TOU group 001 (on.2009 07:09:00 nachm. The following screen appears: Figure 31: Define TOU Group The parameters are as follows: • C.. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.doc 56 / 64 47Stand: 01.2009 07:09:00 nachm.Stand: 01.

2009 07:09:00 nachm. . SAP AG 48Stand: 01.2009 07:09:00 nachm.Error! Style not defined.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.09. Error! Style not defined.09. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.doc Stand: 01.

Enter a day TOU type ID for the TOU group in the TOU type field. 6. Define TOU Groups To define additional TOU groups. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.. Choose New entries. Save your data and choose Back.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Save your data.2009 07:09:00 nachm.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Enter a description for the TOU group in the Descript.SAP AG Error! Style not defined. field.doc 56 / 64 49Stand: 01.09.doc 56 / 64 . 9. 7. Number Ranges for Source Systems Profiles imported from external systems must have number ranges for the source system. for example. Choose the TOU group you just defined and double-click Definition.09. 8. Source systems include automated meter reading systems from which load shapes are imported. proceed as follows: 1. Error! Style not defined.. Enter a consecutive number in the C. 4. The following screen appears: Figure 32: Define New TOU Groups 2. 3. 5.Stand: 01. field. Version: 01. Enter a TOU group ID in the TOU group field.09. Go to Customizing for SAP Utilities and choose Energy Data Management → Basic Settings → TOU Group → Define TOU Groups. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. Note The TOU periods allocated to the TOU types in a TOU group must cover one day (from 00:00:00 to 23:59:59 hours) and may not overlap.

Error! Style not defined. SAP AG Define Number Ranges for Source Systems To define number ranges.09. 50Stand: 01.2009 07:09:00 nachm.doc Stand: 01.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.09. proceed as follows: 1.Error! Style not defined. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. Choose Change intervals. Go to Customizing for SAP Utilities and choose Energy Data Management → Basic Settings → Define Number Ranges for Source Systems. .2009 07:09:00 nachm. The following screen appears: Figure 33: Number Ranges for Source Systems 2.

Version: 01.2009 07:09:00 nachm.SAP AG Error! Style not defined.2009 07:09:00 nachm. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.09.09. Error! Style not defined. The following screen appears: Figure 34: Define Number Range Insert interval Choose Insert intervals.2009 07:09:00 nachm.doc 56 / 64 .09. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. 3.doc 56 / 64 51Stand: 01.Stand: 01.

repeat steps 3 to 5. Save your data. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. 2. proceed as follows: 1.2009 07:09:00 nachm. SAP AG The following screen appears: Figure 35: Insert Number Range Interval 4. 52Stand: 01. Choose Insert.2009 07:09:00 nachm.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.doc Stand: 01. Change Number Range Status If you want to change the number range status.09. Enter your data in the appropriate fields. . 5. 6. Enter a number in the Current number field that is larger than the current number.09. 3. 7. Choose Change intervals. Error! Style not defined. Save your data.Error! Style not defined. Insert To insert additional intervals.

09. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.SAP AG Error! Style not defined. For example you can determine when and by whom a certain profile was changed last.09.09.2009 07:09:00 nachm. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.Stand: 01.2009 07:09:00 nachm. Activate Change Documents for Profile Status To activate change documents for profile statuses. Go to Customizing for SAP Utilities and choose Energy Data Management → Basic Settings → Activate Change Documents for Profile Status.doc 56 / 64 . Version: 01.doc 56 / 64 53Stand: 01. Change documents for Profile Status You can use change documents to track the status of profiles. Error! Style not defined.2009 07:09:00 nachm. proceed as follows: 1.

Save your data. Select the Change documents field. . Display Change Documents for Profile Status 54Stand: 01.09.2009 07:09:00 nachm.doc Stand: 01. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.2009 07:09:00 nachm. SAP AG The following screen appears: Figure 36: Activate Change Documents for Profile Status 2. Error! Style not defined. 3.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.Error! Style not defined.09.

09.09. Error! Style not defined.doc 56 / 64 55Stand: 01. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.Stand: 01. Version: 01. When you change or display a profile header.2009 07:09:00 nachm.09.SAP AG Error! Style not defined. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770.2009 07:09:00 nachm.2009 07:09:00 nachm.doc 56 / 64 . Choose Information. you can display change documents as follows: Figure 37: Display Profile Header Status Information 1.

. 56Stand: 01. Error! Style not defined. 3.2009 07:09:00 nachm.09.09.2009 07:09:00 nachm. /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. Under Status.doc 56 / 64 /var/www/apps/conversion/current/tmp/scratch11006/98167770. position your cursor on the status line under System status.doc Stand: 01. SAP AG The following screen appears: Figure 38: Display Change Documents for Status 2.Error! Style not defined. Choose Extras → Change Documents → For Status.

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