 if this possible...?April 18 2012 at 9:59 AM No score for this post  Alan Hutchins from IP address 80.169.116.4  

In my accounts dimension, I have a subset that I use to calculate ratios.
In this subset, there are 3 types  selection, value, and proportion
Under each type there are 10 further accounts (so, 1st child of each would be called as follows:
selection = APX (s)
Value = APX (v)
Proportion = APX (p)
I load a 1 against each valid selection by level 0 Entity.
I also load the Revenue value against each level 0 Entity.
There will ALWAYS be the same number of children under each type, and they will always have the same name, differentiated by the suffix.
I calculate the Values, and proportions via hard coded calc scripts. A simplified example is shown below:
Value calculation:
if Entity <> "Missing"
APX (V) = APX (S) * Revenue (thus populating just the relevant entities for this combination, according to the selections)
Proportion calculation:
If the level 0 of subset value <> #Missing
APX (p) = APX (v) / APX (v) > Total Entity
This works fine, but I wondered whether there was any way I could make it dynamic?
What I would like to do is:
Value:
If Entity <> #Missing THEN
1st Level 0 child of Value subset = 1st Level 0 child of Value subset / Total of Value subset
...and carry on until all Level 0 children of Value subset have been completed
Proportion:
If the level 0 of subset value <> #Missing
1st level 0 child of proportion subset = 1st level 0 child of value subset / Total of Value subset > Total Entity
...and carry on until all Level 0 children of Proportion subset have been completed
IS THIS POSSIBLE?
My apologies for requesting help on this, but I have been marking time as an Essbase Administrator (had to concentrate on Excel and VBA for a couple of years), so I am a bit rusty to say the least.
 
 Responses Re: if this possible...?  Javier on Apr 19, 2012, 7:56 AM
 Re: if this possible...?  Anonymous on Apr 19, 2012, 9:41 AM
 Re: if this possible...?  Javier on Apr 19, 2012, 10:14 AM
 Re: if this possible...?  Gary Crisci on Apr 19, 2012, 9:56 AM
 THANKS to both  Alan Hutchins on Apr 19, 2012, 11:00 AM


