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sub-consolidation on BPC?

hi bpc experts:

I m implementing a legal consolidation over BPC NW 7.5 SP12 where I have a hierarchy consolidation with 4 levels so I was wondering if I can run the consolidation on levels (sub-consolidation), for example:

1. run the consolidation on level 4 and see the results

2. run the consolidation on level 3 and see the results

3. run the consolidation on level 2 and see the results

4. run the consolidation on level 1 and see the results

is that possible on BPC? or do I have to run just for top level (level 1)?

regards

jav

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    Posted on Jul 31, 2012 at 04:41 PM

    any help pls?

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    Posted on Jul 31, 2012 at 05:01 PM

    Hi Joe,

    You should be able to run a package against the Group/Scope member that represents your level, if that's what you are asking-

    Running at higher levels usually also runs lower levels, but choosing a lower level should be possible.

    Valerie

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  • Posted on Aug 02, 2012 at 02:55 AM

    Hello Joe,

    Yes, you can.

    But before you do so, you should make sure that the ownership information is correct maintained.

    In your case, you have designed a 4 level hierarchy.

    So one entity will have 4 parent groups.

    You should maintained the related ownership information, such as consolidation method, ownership percentage for this entity in all these 4 groups.

    After that, you can run consolidation by select the group member.

    As Valerie has mentioned, select a higher level group, will automatically include all its subgroups also.

    Please check it.

    best regards,

    Roy

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