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Multiple Hierarchies Question

Hi,

Can you please help me out with the following question?

I am working with 2 hierarchies as shown in the following screenshot.

Why am I getting members belonging to Hierarchy H2 in Hierarchy view for H1 and members belonging to Hierarchy H1 in the Hierarchy view for H2? (screenshots below)

For example: member "Marketing" is not relevant for H1 and is only relevant for H2. How can I prevent "Marketing" from appearing in the hierarchical view of H1?

How can I only show Super parent member "AllArea" in hierarchical view for H1 and "AllFunc" in hierarchical view for H2?

Thanks,

Sincerely,

Flo Rida

Hier 1.PNG (15.8 kB)
Hier H1 View.PNG (7.2 kB)
Hier H2 View.PNG (5.1 kB)
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    Jan 08, 2015 at 07:04 AM

    Hi Flo,

    This is the correct behavior - with hierarchy view you will see hierarchy selected and members belonging to other hierarchy as root base members.

    In the Member selector dialog you will see all hierarchies simultaneously.

    Vadim

    P.S. If for some hierarchy the member has empty parent - then it's root base 😊

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  • Jan 08, 2015 at 05:49 AM

    Hi Flo,

    It is like this only, Let's consider you H1 hierarchy, you have not assigned any parent to "AllFun, Marketing, Sales" , but they are part of H1, so it will show like what you see right now.

    Same logic for H2.


    Shrikant

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    Jan 08, 2015 at 06:54 AM

    Hi Flo,

    Your hierarchy looks perfect to me, in H1, it shows the top node of H1 which is AllArea, the other members you see in the list are those members that is not part of your H1, which is sitting outside of you H1 hierarchy, same applies to H2.

    Andy

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    Jan 08, 2015 at 12:08 AM

    Have you tried processing the dimension one more time and see if that fixes?  Also, I believe you must maintain all the member values in CAPS.  I believe in BPC 10 you must maintain member values  in CAPS. I see you have maintained it in both small letter and CAPS.  Hope this fixes your issue.

    Jay

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,  I tested it as well, and I am having the same issue.  I faintly remember encountering this issue, but didn't pay much attention.  I tried searching SDN/SMP and couldn't find any thing on it.. Sorry, hope someone will shed light on this issue..  Jay