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How to restrict the function if values are not correct.

Hi,

In my requirement i am reading the actual data, for example my full week data is $70(for 7 days).

above week values i am distributing to 7 days by equally for example D1 is $10 d2 is $10...d7 is $10 and i am giving flexibility to my user he can change the data on those days but always total equals to $70.

if plan total is not equal to actual total i have to pass the error message, how can i check the plan total and actual total are equal or not?, and if the total is not equal i am passing the error message and i have to restrict the user don't save the data into TR cube,how can i restrict the save button.???

i don't want to allow the not equals data into my cube.how can i do it???

If you have sample code please can you share with me if don't have code can you give idea...

Thanks in advance..

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    Posted on Jun 07, 2008 at 01:26 PM

    An idea would be to save the 'actual' total in a separate version and let the user plan on a separate version so that you can compare the totals and throw an error message in case they do not match. Planning data is automatically prevented from being saved by the system if a planning function throws an 'Error' message.

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      Hi,

      i done the comparision between the actual vs plan and plan value is more than the actual.here i am getting the error message but while saving the data into cube it is going to save in the cube (TR).how can i resrict the data.not to save into TR cube.how can i do it??

      Any suggestion please...urgent..

      Thanks,..

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