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Enhanced Planning Validations: Part 2 – by Tyler Feddersen (featured on Cameron Lackpour’s blog)
Posted on August 21, 2014
Author: Melanie Mathews, Performance Architects

Last month, Tyler Feddersen was featured in a blog post by Cameron Lackpour, a well-known veteran in the EPM community with specialties in Hyperion Essbase, Planning, ODI, Financial Reporting, and system automation.

Tyler is featured again in the closing segment of this two-part series on Planning validations – a small snippet is below.

“If you recall from Part 1, I created two validation members: AllocValidate and Validate. AllocValidate was created in the dense Accounts dimension while the Validate member was created within a sparse dimension, to give us block suppression capabilities. For this portion of the validation process, I created an additional Accounts member, LockFlag. This new member will be used in coordination with the previously created member, AllocValidate, to create a locking “flag” that all business rules can use to decide whether the rule should continue to process or not.

Additionally, I added a “NO_XXXX” for each dimension. The flag only needs to be stored at the Entity level, so each dimension outside of Accounts, Period, Scenario, Version, Year (although, I use No Year), and the dimension containing “Validate” will need the “NO_XXXX” member.”

To continue reading please visit Cameron’s Blog For Essbase Hackers.

We want to thank Cameron again for featuring some of our expertise.

Author: Melanie Mathews, Performance Architects

 

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