DM : Validation Class – Absolute tolerance LimitPresented By : Rakesh DasguptaContent at : http://wp.me/p1Ci5j-1p http://wp.me/p1Ci5j-
Agenda1.Validations in Device Management2.Tolerance Limits3.Demo4.Questions .
Validations in Device Management IIn the SAP system we have Validations for the Meter Reading Results.There are 2 types of Validations.1. Independent Validations.2. Dependent Validations.Menu path in customizing is Device Management -> Meter Reading -> Validations.We also have User defined Validations.Menu path in customizing is Tools -> System Modifications -> User DefinedValidations.Independent Validations•Validation that applies to one specific register.•Fixed independent validations are carried out automatically in the system.•Variable independent validations are carried out based on customizing settings.Fixed Independent Validations are•95 (previous meter reading implausible)•96 (fixed value deviation validation)•97 (resetting register validation)
Validations in Device Management IIVariable Independent Validations are•01 (zero consumption)•02 - 04 (permitted number of meter readings by the customer, estimationsand estimations + meter readings by the customer)•05-07 (tolerance limits, absolute, relative and floating)•11 (usage hours greater than usage hours of previous period)•12 (usage hours compared to fixed value)•13 (current demand compared to maximum demand)•14 (current demand compared with minimum demand)•15 (meter overflow)
Validations in Device Management III Dependent Validations Validation that applies to several registers in one device or installationValidations :•Active/reactive relationship 01•Serial switching relationship 02•On-/off peak relationship 03•Control relationship 04•Volume correction factor relationship 05•Volume correction factor calculation relationship 06•Resetting register relationship 07For more info on Validations check out the Customizing path in the SAP system
Comparison Period for 0001 defined as 1.(1 month comparison)
Tolerance Limits of Independent Validations For consumption 0 to 399 1. Warning displayed +dev 20 units and –dev 20 units 2. Error displayed +dev 30 units and -30 units For Consumption 400 to …. 1. Warning displayed +dev 20 units and –dev 20 units 2. Error displayed +dev 30 units and -30 units