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Issue with Calculated Key Figure Totals

Hi

I have key figures in rows, fiscal period and quarter in columns. I have created a calculated key figure which is showing the right values in individual periods for the result rows for each quarter it is calculating based on the totals of the elements of the CKF. How can i get the sum of the three months instead of a calculation based on the totals

For example: I have three key figures,

1) Forecast Quantity: 100 for Jan, 100 for Feb and 100 for MArch and Total 300 for Q1

2) Probability: 100 for Jan, 100 for Feb and 100 for MArch and the total is hidden.

3) Total Quantity = Forecast Quantity * Probability / 100, which is 100 for Jan, 100 for Feb and 100 for March. Q1 total is 300.

Instead it is using the Q1 totals of the results of Forecast Quantity and Probability (300*300/100). How can I overcome this and have a simple additional of months for the total of CKF

Thanks

Rashmi.

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2009 at 07:16 AM

    Change the CKF for total of Total Quantity as below.

    Total = (KF_FQ(Period1) * KF_P(period1) / 100) + (KF_FQ(Period2) * KF_P(period2) / 100) + (KF_FQ(Period3) * KF_P(period3) / 100)

    Where KF_FQ(period1) is the keyfigure for forecast quantity restricted to period1, KF_P(period1) is the key figure for probability restricted to period1 and so on.

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