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Plan for the next year

Hi Gurus,

i have following fileds in the cube, Product group, fiscal year (2007 actual vaues) , branch, quarters, value type(10=actual, 20 = planned).

i am trying for a copy function to copy the actual values of 2007 to 2008. my settings are fileds to be changed are fiscal year from 2007 to 2008, value type 10 to 20. but i am not able to get this ...when i copy it is copied as year 2007 only with value type 20. it should be 2008 and valu type 20....

in my layout i am using the comparison colomn for actuals 2007 and input enable for 2008. iam using var for 2007 and with an offset +1 for 2008

so please suggest me what kind of settings do i need to make.?.apart from existing?


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    Posted on Jan 05, 2008 at 09:49 AM

    Hi Praveen,

    The problem seems that u dont see any data in your layout for 2008...

    I think you have restricted your level with the variable for 2007. Remove the restriction completely for fiscal year and now try.

    Update us if its working...



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      Hello Praveen,

      For the data to be saved corresponding to 2008 and vtype 20, the calyear variable restricted for your layout must be for the 2008 and not 2007.

      But, that will only solve an irrelevant problem...'coz there is some change you will have to do to get data in your layout for both 2007 and 2008 and also save for 2008 and 20..

      Check what char. have you used for quarters...?

      Since you have designed your layout with header restriction with calyear...which must go...

      Please update further and check from your side...analyze further and you would b able to solve it now...

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