Explanation of Intercompany Transaction Data Postings in a Scenario Set to ZeroViewforNonAdj = YTD

(Doc ID 1296613.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 01, 2016

Applies to:

Hyperion Financial Management - Version: 9.3.1.0.00 and later   [Release: 9.3 and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

This article explains how Intercompany Transactions (ICT) data is stored for ZeroViewforNonAdj scenarios set to YTD.

When a scenario ZeroViewforNonAdj is set to YTD and ICT are loaded in two non-consecutive periods within the same year, the value of P&L accounts for the second period is the addition of what we loaded in the first one plus what is loaded in the second.

Example: ICT data is loaded and posted as follows: 100 in June and 100 in December. Following amounts will be actually posted:
 


June July (derived data)
December
YTD amount 100 0 200
Periodic amount 100 - 100
200

Despite loading and posting 100 in December, amount of 200 is actually posted.  This is not the same behavior, as when inputting non-ICT data. For non-ICT data the result for the same data would be:


June July (derived data)
December
YTD amount 100 0 100
Periodic amount 100 - 100
100

Solution

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