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Hello. So I am trying to create a new reporting tree that only reports for a specific department codes (for my financial dimension) I am trying to create multiple reporting trees that use the same row formats so we don't have to keep changing multiple report formats whenever there is a new account added.
my question is, if we have one row definition as a main format and this row format has some specific financial dimensions that are including specific rows for financial dimensions (including multiple department financial dimensions) does this override the set tree financial dimension? So if i have a tree set up to pull Department - [ACCT] financial dimension for the accounting department but then in my row format i have a report that is including different departments as well in my Link to financial dimensions, does the row link to financial dimensions override the reporting tree definition to only pull the specific accounting department?
i ask this because i am hoping that i can take my base report and not change the formatting, but in the row definition, the rows in which i have specific departments in the financial dimension is still pulling in the data for those financial dimensions even if my tree is set to only pull the accounting department.
Any help anyone can provide would be appreciated.
I was working with a customer on a similar scenario where such a setup did not work because the dimension-account filters in the reporting tree were in conflict with the ones setup in the column and row definition. So, we ended up setting up multiple reports.
Without having additional details, I cannot say whether your report setup will work or not. I would suggest that you setup your row- , column definitions and reporting tree and then test whether the report runs without any warnings and comes up with data that you can reconcile.
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