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Hierarchy Aggregation

Does anyone know if you can display key figures through a hierarchy but turn off the natural summation of the key figures through the hierarchy? ie. you see the figures at the lowest level but zeroes on the nodes above the lowest level.

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    Posted on Sep 05, 2005 at 07:13 AM

    Hi Andrew,

    in BEx you can use a calculated keyfigure with the boolean Operator LEAF.´

    The formula should be like this:

    'keyfigure1' * LEAF( 'keyfigure1' )

    regards

    Alex

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    Posted on Nov 03, 2005 at 05:32 PM

    I am 3.1C and dont see LEAF in the formulas, is there any other work around or procedure to achieve the above.

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  • Posted on Jul 03, 2007 at 02:20 AM

    Hi All

    Further to the LEAF solution, instead of supressing the natural summation with zeros, how can I replace the natural summation with the average of all values on each hierarchy node ?

    EG

    Cost Ctr Group Hierarchy Node, Key Fig = 25 % (the average)

    Cst Ctr 1, Key Fig = 60 %

    Cst Ctr 2, Key Fig = 20 %

    Cst Ctr 3, Key Fig = 10%

    Cst Ctr 4, Key Fig = 10%

    Thanks in Advance!

    Cheers

    Ricky

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