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RUN_LOGIC:The member 2008.INP in Allocation rule is not a base-level member

I have the following script which validates successfully, but the package fails with the error:

RUN_LOGIC:The member 2008.INP in Allocation rule is not a base-level member.

2008.INP is the annual input member in the Time dimension. It is a base member because I was able to successfully submit the allocation drivers to this time period.

Has anyone had similar errors when running allocations?

*DIM COSTCTR         WHAT=BAS(CC_TOTAL_PL);   WHERE=<<<;         USING=<<<;       
*DIM ACCOUNTCC         WHAT=BAS(SGA_SVC_EXP);   WHERE=<<<;                 USING=ALLOC_PCT;   
*DIM ENTITY                 WHAT=BAS(TOTAL_ENTITIES);                            WHERE=<<<;             USING=NO_ENTITY;             
*DIM BU         	WHAT=NO_BU;                                WHERE=EBU;            USING=<<<;
*DIM DATASRC                     WHAT=R3;        WHERE=ALLOC;     USING=INPUT;
*DIM TIME        WHAT=BAS(2008.TOTAL);      WHERE=<<<;     USING=2008.INP;    



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  • Posted on Sep 03, 2009 at 08:12 PM

    Hi Karen -

    Please clarify...

    It appears that you want to allocate an annual value stored as follows:

    COSTCTR a cost center which is a member of BAS(CC_TOTAL_PL)

    ACCOUNTCC an account which is a member of BAS(SGA_SVC_EXP)

    ENTITY an entity which is a member of BAS(TOTAL_ENTITIES)

    BU NO_BU


    TIME 2008.INP ?????from your description??????

    FUNCTIONAL A Functional which is a member of BAS(TOTAL_FUNCTIONS)

    GEOGRAPHY A GEO which is a member of BAS(GLOBAL_TOTAL)

    If this is the correct interpretation, then your designation of the TIME dimension appears to be incorrect:

    *DIM TIME        WHAT=BAS(2008.TOTAL);      WHERE=<<<;     USING=2008.INP;     

    should be:

    *DIM TIME        WHAT=2008.INP;      WHERE=>>>;     USING=BAS(2008.TOTAL); 

    I also tested the ability for the Allocation fucntion to pull data from a TIME dimension such as 2008.INP...everything I tested seemed to work fine.



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      Does anyone know if the .INP time members (e.g. 2008.INP) aren't supported in NW? I need these time members for storing annual global variables which will be used for allocations. The dimension validates successfully, and I can successfully submit data to those ID's, however, the Allocation logic is failing with the error,

      RUN_LOGIC:The member 2008.INP in Allocation rule is not a base-level member.

      I appreciate any insights if anyone has encountered the same.



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