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Sign problem in Report

Hi Folks,

I have a problem in reporting.

We are getting a data from flat file and loaded in to ICELIM cube and later that will pull into Managerial Consolidation Cube.

P99T is account member and its ACCTYPE is EXP and its a parent member.

We created a one report based on ICELIM cube its showing negative values for the member P99T. Created another report based on Managerial Consolidation Cube, Here the same member showing Positive values.

Can any one please let me know what is the problem is?

I need Positive values in Both reports.


G. Saida Reddy

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    Posted on Jun 03, 2014 at 10:10 AM

    Hi Every one ,

    Actually the report is build by some one, At that time the don't observe the that negative sign. later the person who build that report is move to some another organization. I will take his position. Actually the problem in that report is he multiplied that particular member with negative sign in the formatting sheet thats why I am getting negative sign in my report. I didn't observe that one.. Thank you for your help.


    Saida Reddy G

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  • Posted on Apr 16, 2014 at 10:36 AM

    Sorry, but not enough info to help you!

    1. BPC version with SP

    2. Base member data in flat file, ICEELIM, Managerial Consolidation. Descendants of P99T with ACCTYPE. Description of P99T

    3. Cube types (YTD, Periodic), measure used in the reports

    4. How you push data from ICEELIM to Managerial Consolidation



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