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Key Figure Calculation Using Period Reference


I need to create a KF calculation where,

Past month value (Suppose July) of KF1 is current month value (Suppose August) for KF2.

How can we achieve this?

Would really appreciate some inputs and help on this.



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    Posted on Aug 11, 2016 at 07:32 AM


    please refer to attrubute transformation section Of config model.

    in there we show to shift by 12 months.

    instead of 12 in that example use + 1 period should help i think.


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      Hi Rinju,

      I had a word with Rohit and he was of great help. We were able to successfully generate Initial Inventory for next bucket from Projected Inventory.

      However, we are still looking for a work around for future period where all Kfs which are using Initial Inventory in there calculation are giving wrong results. That is beacause they are considering Initial Inventory as null. Initial Inventory is marked as stored in various Kfs calculation. If we mark it as not stored, we again get into a circular loop.

      As of now we are using Copy Operator after every change in data. Can we have some other possible workaround using KF configuartion?



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