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Variable Offset

Hi Experts,

I am specifying a variable offset -2, for the Variable 0I_FPER , Now I want display the previous periods data

also in query , How can i do that

Eg: Var (0I_FPER) X = 003.2008

X-1 = 002.2008 X-2 = 001.2008

now I want to display like below

X-2 X-1 X

001.2008 002.2008 003.2008

Can any body help me....

Thanks in Advance......

Regards,

Nagamani

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 11:12 AM

    Hi Nagamani,

    Create three different resricted key figures.

    Restrict 1st figure with your key figure + variable of 0I_FPER

    Restrict 2nd figure for Key figure + variable of 0I_FPER - 1.

    Restrict 3rd figure for Key figure + variable of 0I_FPER - 2.

    Thanks

    Dipika

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    • Former Member

      Hi Dipika,

      Thanks for the Reply,

      I have tried the below option also.....

      and getting the required one....

      Restricted the 0FISCPER variable to a same period 3 times ..like

      1. 0P_FPER

      2. 0P_FPER-1

      3. 0P_FPER-2

      Regards,

      Nagamani

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 02:24 PM

    Here to use variable offsets you need to have period and year objects seperately. Otherwise the offset doesnt work properly. Try to have period and year objects seperately, else you can use a customer exit to get the desired results.....

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 02:55 PM

    Hi Dipika and Venkat,

    Thanks for your Quick Reply,

    Problem has been resolved...

    Regards,

    Nagamani

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