PPM: Planned Cost from Financial Plan Summary does not match Planned Cost on Project Storyboard Report

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Article ID: 101537

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CLARITY PPM FOR ITG CLARITY PPM FEDERAL Clarity PPM SaaS - Application Clarity PPM On Premise

Issue/Introduction

The Planned Cost on the Project Storyboard report does not match the Planned Cost that is on the Financial Plan Summary on the project in PPM. 

Example:
- Project Financial Plan Summary shows:  
Planned Cost 999,000
Planned Cost Start 4/1/18
Planned Cost Finish 3/29/19

- Project Storyboard report shows:
Planned Cost 910,000 

 
 

Cause

The Fiscal Time Slices did not cover the range of the Planned Cost.
In this example, the Planned Cost range is 4/1/18 to 3/29/19, but the Fiscal Time Slices have From Date 12/1/15 and Expiration Date 10/1/17. 

Environment

Release:
Component: ODFNM

Resolution

1. Update the Fiscal Time Slices so that From Date and Expiration Date cover the Planned Cost date range.
2. Ensure that all 'Monthly' Fiscal Time Periods are Active (Finance -> Setup -> Entities.  Select an entity, click on the Fiscal Time Periods tab)
3. Run job 'Update Report Tables'
4. Run job 'Load Data Warehouse' Full mode

Additional Information

- Actual Cost and Planned Cost are showing wrong in Data Warehouse (DWH) in PPM

https://comm.support.ca.com/kb/actual-cost-and-planned-cost-are-showing-wrong-in-data-warehouse-dwh-in-ppm/kb000120679

- Clarity: Time Slice Definition Expiration Date
https://comm.support.ca.com/kb/clarity-time-slice-definition-expiration-date/kb000050490

- CA PPM: Time Slicing Terminology Explanation
https://comm.support.ca.com/kb/CA-PPM-Time-Slicing-Terminology-Explanation/kb000009481

- CA PPM: Time Slice data not being generated
https://comm.support.ca.com/kb/ca-ppm-how-to-reslice-time-slice-ids/kb000022501