This process describes how to execute cost center planning and lists the aids provided by the SAP R/3 System. This process applies to all applications in the SAP R/3 System, which use the planning layouts and planner profile methods. These are as follows:
The graphic shows the screen sequence used in planning.
Depending on the planner profile selected (see also:Planner Profiles) the initial screen contains the first planning layout that this planner profile contains (see also: Planning Layouts). You can scroll between the planning layouts of a planner profile.
As well as displaying the groups you have used, you can also display the planner profile and the planning layout(s) contained in it (see also:Manual Planning Aids).
You can use various indicators to control how much data is to be prepared for the following overview screen.
If you have locked a planning transaction for some of the periods in the fiscal year in the
Therefore, you should use only period intervals that do not contain locked periods.
The overview screen layout depends on the planner profile and related planning layouts. You can manually change individual settings, such as scaling or the layout of rows and columns, during planning.
The first plan or actual record that you post to an object in a fiscal year using a certain cost element is the record that determines the unit of measure for the consumption. If there is no unit of measure, then you cannot plan consumption. You need to differentiate between the following:
You can only change the unit of measure and the consumption in the version that was planned first. Once you have defined a unit of measure in that version, which is valid for the whole fiscal year, the consumption (in this unit of measure) is ready for input for all versions. The unit of measure in the first version can only be changed until planning data is posted in another version. After this, you can only make the unit of measure ready for input by deleting the plan records in all versions, and re-creating the required unit of measure.
You need to reverse the actual records that exist, and re-create the required unit of measure. After this, the consumption in planning (under this unit of measure) is ready for input.
Even after an order settlement is reversed, a database record still exists, and prevents the unit of measure from being changed.
In the period screen you can display or change the period-based distribution of your plan value.
You can select the period screen either for each row from the planning overview screen or from the initial screen.