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Enforcing Case Sensitivity of Hierarchy Nodes in DRM (Doc ID 1983891.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Hyperion Data Relationship Management - Version 9.3.3.0.00 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

You have a requirement to enforce case sensitivity of hierarchy nodes (members) that are stored and managed in DRM so you would like to be able to create nodes named node_a as well as a node named node_A.

The only problem is that DRM has been designed from the ground up to not be case sensitive as many customers do not want to deal with case sensitivity in their financial reports. A result of this is that if you add a node named node_a and then subsequently try to add another node named node_A you will get an error like this if shared nodes are not enabled due to a name collision:

Node node_A already exists in hierarchy Hier for version Ver.

Multiple instances of a node are not enabled for this hierarchy.

Solution

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