Re: Built in to PlanningMay 3 2012 at 12:59 PM
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Cameron just to be clear for my pea brain...
The "Master" cube would have the consolidated account member and the plan type would have the details::
Salaries and Benefits (Master)
>Salaries (Plan Type1)
>Benefits (Plan Type2)
Given this very simple example.. the information in PlanType1 can be worked on independent of PlanType2, and when someone looks at the "master" they would get the information for both the PlanTypes that are the feeders of the details.
Is this an accurate assumption/characterization of the model you are describing?
- Yes that would work, but maybe you could do it in two - Cameron Lackpour on May 4, 6:34 AM
- Re: Yes that would work, but maybe you could do it in two - NoMadBanker on May 4, 7:50 AM
- Database size? But how do you report it? - Cameron Lackpour on May 4, 8:02 AM