Models in SAP BBC
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You can access the “Models” view by sele and "Models” domain panel. on the left side.
You can see the ID, the description, and the type of each of these models.
A toolbar enables the user to perform some actions on the selected model(s).
“New” enables to create a model “Delete” enables to delete a model or a “Copy” enables to create a model by copy “Optimize” enables to run a technical opt on the selected model
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You must specify in this step the type of the new model.
- Standard ç new label (“Generic” in .x)
Drivers & Rates > new label (“Non-Reporting”)
Exchange Rates > new label (“Rate” in .x)
The default data entry mode is “Periodic Date”.
Depending on the type selected, you can specify a model that contains the exchange rates (for Financial and Consolidation types) and also an Ownership model (Consolidation type).
If there is only one model of type “Exc “Ownership” in the environment, default. they are
In BPC NW ., you can create a model “ source to create a new one is no longer mandatory.
If you want to start using an existing model, you have to select the corresponding radio button and then select the model to use as a source. As in ., the list of available models depends on the type of new model.
All the Reporting models if the new model is of type Reporting
All the Drivers & Rates if the new model is of type Drivers & Rates
You must select in this step the dimensions you want to assign to the new model among the list of all the dimensions of the environment.
Starting from a blank model, you must at least assign all the required dimensions types.
The list of required dimension types depends on the type of the model. Starting from a source model, the set of dimensions of this source model is selected by default but you can then change it.
A status panel at the bottom of the window keeps the user informed on the missing dimension time”.types “in real
All Model types must have the following Dimension types
- C - Category
- T –Time
- E –Entity
- A –Account
In addition to the common dimensions, and M the following Dimension types
- R –Currency
- I - Intercompany
- D –Audit ç Datasource in.
- G –Group
- S –Subtables
In addition to the common dimensions, an M following Dimension types
- I –Intercompany
- G –Group no longer G or R as in. (warning in UJA_DATA_CHECKER program)
In addition to the common dimensions, an M following Dimension type
Step" Copy from source
Depending on if you have selected a source model and also the content of this source model, you can specify in this step if you want to copy some of the specific object types.
- Data Manager packages (all model types)
- Journal Templates (all Reporting types)
- Controls definitions (Financial and Consolidation types) ç new option in. Each of the two last options is only enabled if some corresponding objects exist in the source model.
Remark: In this version, you do not activate the business rules when creating a new model but directly view within. the “Busin
Once created, you can then edit a model by selecting it in the list of models (select + Edit or Hyperlink).
This command enables us to open a page to view and manage the structure of the models (dimensionality), its type, and other general settings and properties.
You can change the type of the model by click in the toolbar.
This command opens a steps wizard that enables to change the type and change some of the dimensions assigned to the model.
- Step –Model Type
- Step –Dimensions
- Step –Review and Create
These steps are the same as those described above in the creation wizard (steps, and )
However, in this first step, the type you can select depends on the type currently assigned to the model.
- If the model is of type “Reporting”, you ca
- If the model is of type “Drivers and Rates” and Rates types
You can change the set of dimensions assigned Remove” button in the “Dimensions in the mod
This command opens a dialog that enables us to remove and/or add some dimensions. This dialog behaves exactly like the step of the creation wizard described above, except that you cannot set the secured dimensions in this dialog.
You can modify the secured dimensions of this model directly in the list of the dimensions assigned to the model section). (“Dimension”)
The “Description” field enables us to enter
In most of the model types, all other settings in this section are information and thus cannot be changed directly on this page.
The list of settings depends on the type of model.
You can set a value-inter comember to the in “Non-Owner ship” se selecting a member of the dimension of t “ORG_INTCO” web admin parameter in. You can set a value to the “Parent/child setting by selecting a property (e.g. PARENT_GROUP) of the dimension of type “Group”ç“ORG.PARENTPROPERTY” web admin p
In all models, the “Data Entry Mode” set the parameter in .) can no longer be changed in any way once the model is saved.
In this section, the user can see the status of some features that can be used with a model.
“Work status” is set to “On” if the Work enabled for the model
“Data Audit” is set to “On” if the Data “Journal templates” (only relevant for R a journal template specified for the model
In this section, you can also allow us to enter comments in the input reports by enabling the “Enableç“COMMENT” comments” we option admin. parameters in.
Finally, you can generate a virtual provider on top of the cube of the model by enabling the “Use as a source of Data fo model
This virtual provider generated enables the ODBO clients to retrieve the data of the model (applications that need to connect to an ODBO provider: EPM Add-in
for the migrated Analyzer reports; EPM Connector; Xcelsius…) but also enables the GRC Process Controls Integration. ç The label of this option was“GRC Process Controls in. Integration
In the Models overview page, you can select one or multiple models and then use the “Delete” command in the toolbar
Except for the UI, there are no changes compared to the. version.
In the Models overview page, you can select and then optimize a model using the “Optimize” command in the toolbar. You can choose to perform either a light optimization or a full optimization.
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