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EPM Dynamic member selection based on a property value

Hi Experts, please could I ask your advice in achieving the following format

I need to make an EPM input schedule which has ACCOUNT and FLOW in the rows and TIME in columns. In the ACCOUNT dimension, I have a property called FLOW to which I have required the property values which I would like to have as FLOW members coming out dynamically in rows. I am able to have a single flow presented on a report if the property value in the FLOW property in the ACCOUNT dimension is say 121 but I cannot seem to be able to extract out the flows if I have a property value of more than one flow e.g. 121,130,150,170,181 please see diagram below?

thanks Colin

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  • I have already answered your question! Have you read the link provided? No other solutions possible.

    List of FLOW members in property can be used to prevent data entry in the restricted flows (using Excel validation rule) but not to have a list of flows for each account.

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    Hi Vadim, apologies, I did read your answer and perhaps I did not understand fully. My interpretation would be that I would have the ACCOUNT in column 1 and then in Column 2 I would get all the flows that are in the FLOW dimension where I only want to show selected flows probably 5 or 6 different flows. I am going to test and will come back to you. I appreciate your assistance.

    kind regards

    Colin

  • Account - Flow relationship is the same as relationship in the bill of materials.

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  • Dec 22, 2016 at 05:27 PM

    For sure "121,130,150,170,181" will not work! You are talking about many to many relationship between ACCOUNT and FLOW.

    There are no builtin support of many to many relationship in BPC. Please look on some not elegant workaround here:

    https://archive.sap.com/discussions/thread/3654090

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