Hello Experts
For the purpose of calculating "End of service benefit" in HR Planning, we have a requirement to calculate the difference between joining date and current date.
We have loaded the "Date of Joining" attribute from 0Employee info object in BPC dimension.If the user enters the current date , it should calculate the difference.
for eg:employee xxx has joining date as 01/12/2016 and current date is 31/12/2016.Diff is 30 days.
The challenge above is that the "Date of Joining" is in EPMMemberProperty(, EPMMemberID(B14), "DOJ") and current date is in "Date format" due to which I am getting and "#VALUE" error.Is there any solution in which I can copy the EPMMember property to date format? or any epm formula?
regards
ATG
What is the date format you have in DOJ property? YYYYMMDD?
Then:
=DATE(LEFT(EPMMemberProperty(, EPMMemberID(B14), "DOJ"),4),MID(EPMMemberProperty(, EPMMemberID(B14), "DOJ"),5,2),RIGHT(EPMMemberProperty(, EPMMemberID(B14), "DOJ"),2))
Here's an alternative (and for some people, fun) way of mapping a date strings to excel dates using only one set of EPM formulas... Perhaps it's overkill, but i thought I'd share anyway.
=DATEVALUE(TEXT(SUM(MID(<reference to date string>,{<month start index>,<day start index>,<year start index>},{2,2,4})*10^{6,4,0}),"00-00-0000"))
and in your case:
DDMMYYYY
=TODAY()-DATEVALUE(TEXT(SUM(MID(EPMMemberProperty(, EPMMemberID(B14), "DOJ"),{3,1,5},{2,2,4})*10^{6,4,0}),"00-00-0000"))
YYYYMMDD
=TODAY()-DATEVALUE(TEXT(SUM(MID(EPMMemberProperty(, EPMMemberID(B14), "DOJ"),{5,7,1},{2,2,4})*10^{6,4,0}),"00-00-0000"))
Hello Vadim,
Thanks for the reply
The Date is in the format DDMMYYYY
Please delete duplicate answer
For DDMMYYYY:
=DATE(RGHT(EPMMemberProperty(, EPMMemberID(B14), "DOJ"),4),MID(EPMMemberProperty(, EPMMemberID(B14), "DOJ"),3,2),LEFT(EPMMemberProperty(, EPMMemberID(B14), "DOJ"),2))
Difference:
=TODAY()-DATE(RGHT(EPMMemberProperty(, EPMMemberID(B14), "DOJ"),4),MID(EPMMemberProperty(, EPMMemberID(B14), "DOJ"),3,2),LEFT(EPMMemberProperty(, EPMMemberID(B14), "DOJ"),2))