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Carry forward doesn't work as per expected

Hi All,

I have configured the carry forward as below:

The OpeningPeriod and OpeningYear are left blank. Means, system by default will copy from Dec last year data.

Script:

*RUN_PROGRAM COPYOPENING

CATEGORY = %CATEGORY_SET%

CURRENCY = %RPTCURRENCY_SET%

TID_RA = %TIME_SET%

ENTITY = %ENTITY_SET%

*ENDRUN_PROGRAM

Data before Carry forward:

Following selection during the data package execution:

The result is nothing is executed and nothing is displayed in the time 2007.01.

But if I put selection Time:2006.12, the system will have following result :

The question is:

Did I do something wrong or is this bug? because my understanding, when I enter 2007.01, system should copy CLOSING 2006.12 to OPENING 2007.01?

Thank you

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    Posted on Aug 25, 2015 at 05:56 AM

    hi,

    Your understanding is correct when you select time period as 2007.01 then system will post 2006.12 closing as opening in 2007.01.

    Did you check in the back end , whether system posted any thing under 2007.01 as opening?

    What ever system is posting under 2006.12 as opening when you run for 2006.12, same values should post under 2007.01 when you run for 2007.01 as opening.

    Thanks,

    Raju

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    Posted on Aug 25, 2015 at 05:57 AM

    Is there anything that I have to configure in ownership model in order to make the carry forward works as per expected?

    In addition:

    Time dimension


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