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1 Configuration

In general, the data import to SAP Integrated Business Planning via the Flat File Import option
consists of the following steps:
1. Generate a template of the data file to be loaded.
2. Copy the data into the template.
3. Load the data file.
4. View the data load status.
5. SAP Best Practices for SAP Integrated Business Planning provides a complete set of data
files created with the correct templates and ready to be imported. Therefore, only the
previously mentioned steps 3–4 need to be executed for the implementation of this building
block.
6.
7. The provided data files that are to be uploaded were created as comma-separated values
files. Comma-separated values (CSV or .csv) files store tabular data (numbers and text) in
plain-text form. It may consist of any number of records, separated by line breaks; each
record consists of fields, separated by a semicolon.

A quick view is a Web screen on the SAP Supply Network Collaboration (SAP SNC) Web UI that you can
use as your entry screen to the SAP SNC Web applications. The quick view displays application-specific
key figures and alerts. The quick view displays key figures that indicate the current execution status for
various order documents, as well as what tasks a user still needs to complete in the SAP SNC system (for
example, purchase orders (POs) that need to be confirmed or advanced shipping notifications (ASNs) that
need to be published). The quick view can also display alerts. To display order document details or resolve
issues, the user can navigate from the quick view to a Web application, for example to the PO Worklist
Web screen.
In this Customizing activity, you configure the quick view. For example, you can make configuration
settings that ensure that the quick view of a specific user only displays key figures or alerts relevant to him
or her, such as ASN-related key figures. You can also change the look and feel of the quick view by
changing the default structure and making settings to the various elements.
Structure and Elements of the Quick View
The quick view is made up of building blocks. A building block contains key figures or alerts related to a
specific application, such as PO, ASN, and so on. You can assign building blocks on a global, business
partner, or user level to the quick view. Once you assign a building block to the quick view, you can
personalize it for the assignee.
You can personalize the following elements of a building block:
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