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Including other time buckets in current bucket calculation

Hi,

Is it possible to use Dot operator in KF calculation?

I want to write an expression like: IF(KF1@PERProdLoc>0, (PERIODID+1).KF2@PerProdLoc+KF2@PerProdLoc,NULL)

where: KF2@PerProdLoc represents the value of Key figure KF2 in a selected period and (PERIODID+1).KF2@PerProdLoc represents the value of Key figure KF2 in immediate succeeding period and PeriodID can be any period other than current period.

Regards,

Saabitri

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    Posted on Aug 21, 2016 at 06:00 PM

    Hi Saabitri,

    This calcualtion will not work. To get the value of KF in (PeriodID + 1), you need to create attribute transformation. Please refer the configuration guide, Chapter 18.5--> Example: Attribute Transformations for further details.

    Also, you mentioned PeriodId can be any period other than current period, this is not valid. PeriodID includes current period too. So in case you want to exclude current period, then you to adjust you calculation accordingly.

    Best regards

    Rinju

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    • Former Member

      Thanks Rinju,

      I have gone through the chapter that you have mentioned. Actually, our objective is to mimic period of cover calculation like APO SNP without submitting to planning engine. The calculation is as per the image below:

      Can you please guide us on the Key Figure calculation expression that might be required to implement this in IBP?

      Regards,

      Saabitri

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