I want to automatically display the first month of a calendar set in a module that has not been applied to.
Can ido it？
Hi @KubotaNatsuki Formula given above is correct. I have break it down for you and highlighted the formula in yellow. Module with time dimension
Module without time dimension
I have already answered how to get first month. Please check here.
Short answer is: LAG(1,1,0) <> 0
Not sure i understood correctly. What means no Apply to?
But you can try to create a list with a single element in it which will repersent the first month of the time scale.You will add it as a dimention of your module.
And then using mapping to time period make a lookup to collect values from sources which have time scale.
Otherwise, please share your idea with some more details.
You can also do a timesum() will be able to retrieve the first nonblank item of a timescale. Only limit is that you can't do a timesum() directly across periods you have to convert a period to data and then back to period again:
First Period Line item has no Applies to, just a single line item.
Nice trick, but it wouldn't allow to calculate last month as well. Is there a simple way to calculate both first and last time periods without need to create auxiliary items with timescale applied? 🙂
Hi @Kavadera Please find the below way to find the last month.
I am not sure if this is what you were asking.Thanks,Manjunath
What you've provided is last month for a year. What I try to get is the last period in the whole timescale. But when I try to get END() from TIME.All periods I get blank for some reason 😞
The previos solution with TIMESUM worked great for first month, but I can't apply it to find the last one as well
Hi,I tried something for you, not sure it is best solution.you need to create a boolean check for checking the last period, you can also automate this with formula MAX(CUMULATE(1, FALSE), 1) > 59 (is total period in timescale -1) its still a hardcode, if i find anything i will let you know.
Hope this is helpful,Thanks,Manjunath
Thanks for trying but I think CUMULATE is an overkill here 😄
Guess, there's just no way you can possibly get that result without creating an auxiliary line item with time dimension. Yet another argument against using system timescale in Anaplan