Categories Uncategorized SAP Integrated Business Planning: SAP3 Model Network Visualization Chart January 21, 2016 | 592 Views | Alexis Lozada more by this author SAP Integrated Business Planning analyticscontrol toweribpibp for inventoryintegrated business planningnetvizplanning share share tweet share Follow Alert Moderator To report this post you need to login first. 3 Replies 3 Comments You must be Logged on to comment or reply to a post. Krishnaprasad Rajasekaran January 21, 2016 at 5:58 pm Alexis Thanks a lot for this posting. Could you post the slides in the form of an attachment (.pdf)? Krishna like (0) Former Member January 27, 2017 at 3:55 pm Hello Alexis, Great write-up and thanks for those rich visuals 🙂 Picture speaks more than words. Have a small doubt on this Network diagram. We have a Priority A requirement for our Client to graphically depict their supply chain. I have followed the guidelines meticulously and re-used the UNIPA05 (IBP11 planning area) data to create some basic network, but i’m getting “unexpected error has occured” issue. PFA those snapshots. Please let me know, if im using a wrong key figure or is there anything missing like (0) Former Member January 30, 2017 at 3:49 pm Hello again Alexis, I have some more doubts on the Network Charts Functionalities. Can you please shed some light on the below 3 points 1) Can we explode the Network diagram ? Like a Drill down effect. Click on one node of the network which opens up another network diagram ? 2) Can users go to the Tabular format of the Network diagram, and change the values directly in the table for a particular entry, save it, & refresh the dashboard to see the updated network diagram. 3) Can we put some alerts on the Network diagram or Can we configure the Heat-map network diagram, and some how manually maintain the values of legend, to finally use those colors as an Alert? For example: Lets say a Network diagram have 3 plants, and one plant has very less capacity, so even for the less key-figure value, system should depict it in a different color? (or can this be achieved by the Alerts app with some visualization in it) I would be very grateful for every suggestion & comment 🙂 Cheers like (0) Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.