Error in city names between Supply Chain and Financial Planning Models

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Error in city names between Supply Chain and Financial Planning Models

Hello - I am seeing a difference in city names between Supply Chain and planning models. Has anyone faced this issue ? And if so, can you guide me on how to fix the problem. The activity asks for zero errors and the different city names under Canada & India is causing errors in import

Level 2 - Supply Chain

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FP&A 

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Sincerly,

Sunil

 

 

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Re: Error in city names between Supply Chain and Financial Planning Models

Hi @sunilramakumar,

 

when you create your import action, you can map the cities on your G3 Location tab. I recall doing it when I was working on Level 2 too.

 

Please let me know if you managed!

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Re: Error in city names between Supply Chain and Financial Planning Models

Hi Filip - I edited the list entry in supply chain and imported it. That removed the ignored errors.

 

Sunil

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Re: Error in city names between Supply Chain and Financial Planning Models

@sunilramakumar 

I believe I responded to the same question before. I don't know if the Academy created that discrepancy on purpose to force us to resolve it or it's an oversight.
We will face situations of mismatched data in client implementation a lot and we have to make a decision how do we want to deal with it.

Mapping the 2 different names is certainly one of the solutions. 

 

In a real client implementation, we opted for changing the name in the source system. 

Einas
"Give a Man a Fish, and You Feed Him for a Day. Teach a Man To Fish, and You Feed Him for a Lifetime"
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Re: Error in city names between Supply Chain and Financial Planning Models

Thank you. I appreciate the inputs.