Stock Exception Review Dashboard

sdavidko
Contributor

Stock Exception Review Dashboard

From the second grid (Exceptions by Prod Family), when I click on a Product Family (Chocolates for example) - am I supposed to see the SKUs with Safety Stock exception count only for the selected Prod Family and selected Country.  If yes, can you please give me a hint on how to adjust the third grid so that it only shows SKUs based on product fam selection?

 

Thank you 

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einas.ibrahim
Master Anaplanner/Community Boss

Hi @sdavidko 

While the "appropriate" behavior would be to only show SKUs in the selected country, I think this training doesn't touch on how to actually accomplish this (it's done using Filter System Modules), I believe it is mentioned in the next, more advanced training.

I went back to look at the L2 training Exception Dashboard and I found that they are including all SKUs

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filip.sypniewski
Master Anaplanner/Community Boss

Hi @sdavidko,

 

you need to activate Synchronized Selection to achieve it. 

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You can find more detailed information in this article: https://help.anaplan.com/anapedia/Content/Modeling/Working_with_Data/Selections/Selections_and_Synch...

 

Let me know if you have any questions! 

sdavidko
Contributor

Hello -

 

The synch is currently selected. If Country is US, and I click on Prod Family Fudge, should I see the SKUs for the US and Fudge only - the ones ending with _EN? Right now, I see all the SKUs

 

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einas.ibrahim
Master Anaplanner/Community Boss

@sdavidko 

Yes. you should only see Product SKUs Stocked in the US.

Einas
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sdavidko
Contributor

Given that my synch is on, what am I missing? 

einas.ibrahim
Master Anaplanner/Community Boss

Hi @sdavidko 

While the "appropriate" behavior would be to only show SKUs in the selected country, I think this training doesn't touch on how to actually accomplish this (it's done using Filter System Modules), I believe it is mentioned in the next, more advanced training.

I went back to look at the L2 training Exception Dashboard and I found that they are including all SKUs

image.png

Einas
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sdavidko
Contributor

Alright... Exactly why I was a bit confused - the screen shot in the training shows all SKUs but logically I thought I may just have to show the SKUs for selected prod fam/country. 

I appreciate your confirmation! 

einas.ibrahim
Master Anaplanner/Community Boss

Hi @sdavidko 

 

Additionally, you may look at this post from yesterday. It is about the same issue.
https://community.anaplan.com/t5/Academy-Training/L2-Model-build-Dashboard-2-Stock-Exception-Review/...

Einas
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