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Integrated Planning - FOX function issue

Hi

I am trying to develop a fox formula that is built on multiprovider in Integrated planning environment. In the FOX formula, I have FOREACH loop. There are two cubes involved into this aggregation level. Both these cubes stores two different accounts and thus our requirement is to get that details from both these cubes at the same loop of iteration and process the output.

When I try to execute this formula function, system try to get me details from first cube and then in the next seperate iteration, it gets in details from second cube. Due to that , I am not in position to process my result as I need to use data from the both the cube at the same time unless there is way to store calculated result into memory and then use it ?

I checked my aggregation level, and all the characteristics are available in both the cubes. Only difference in these cubes is key figure are different.

Any help will be of great help.

Thanks

Al

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 09:05 PM

    Hi Al,

    You need to put the infoprovider in the fields to be changed. That way data from both will be passed at once.

    M.

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