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Reconsolidating Dimensions Members and Hierarchies

Good day Experts,

I built a (PAS) model (in SSM 10.0) with its associatted levels, members, measures etc, created a model connection and entered data via entry and approval. Later on I had to go back to the model (in cube builder) and delete dimension members and change hierarchies (in the initial model I created) however I am experiencing issues when I try to build the PAS model again. Is there a specific function I can utilise in SSM to reconsilidate dimension members and hierachies? I have attempted a couple of workarounds (and still trying) without much results... (references to documents, links etc that can assist in getting a resolution are welcome.) Thank you.

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    Posted on May 29, 2013 at 09:53 PM

    Inside PAS you can write a procedure to consolidate the data. I don't have access to a working system so I am doing this from memory and there may be errors in my code. It will need to be something like this.

    Select Dim Dimension1

    Select Dim Dimension2

    ... and so on for each dimension your variables are dimensioned by

    Set period Jan 2012 - Dec 2012 ... or whatever date range you can data for

    Consolidate KPI1_Act

    Consolidate KPI1_Tar

    Consolidate KPI2_Act

    Consolidate KPI2_Tar

    ... and so on for each KPI.

    Run the procedure and it will reconsolidate the data.

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