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Financial Reporting (FR) Indentation Collapses in HTML Preview When "Conditional Suppression" Option is Used in Row Properties. (Doc ID 2855573.1)

Last updated on APRIL 20, 2022

Applies to:

Hyperion BI+ - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Financial Reporting indentation collapses once another row with option "Allow Expansion" enabled is expanded and closed in HTML preview when "Conditional Suppression" option is used in row properties and "Indent Increases For Each Generation By" in Alignment tab is set as the format setting.


Reproduced Steps:

* The following is an example using Vision, Planning sample application.


1. Create a new report with the following grid layout.

For example, 

Rows: Account

Columns: Period


2. Specify an Account parent member to row 1 and enable option "Allow Expansion".

For example, "0002"


3. Specify an Account member using Children(Inclusive) function to row 2.

For example, Children of 7800 (Inclusive) 


4. Go to Suppression > Advances Options in row 2 properties and add a new Conditional Suppression.

For example, [Member Name]   [Account]   [equals]   [7850]


5. Set option "Indent Increases For Each Generation By" in Alignment tab of the format setting for the member label of row 2.

For example, Indent Increases For Each Generation By: 4


6. Save it and then run HTML preview.

* "7850" is suppressed from the children of "7800".

* The children of "7800" are indented.


7. Expand "0002".

* At this time, the "7800" child is still correctly indented.


8. Close the expansion of "0002". after this, the indentation of "7800" collapses.


9. Expand "0002" again and then close it. after this, the indentation of "7800" is lost.





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