Hi
In the following two examples, the difference is the Time Range applied - Model Calendar vs FY19-FY20
The results are as follows:
1) 1st Forecast Year? - Model Calendar - Tick-marked for Weeks for FY20
2) 1st Forecast Year? Test2 - FY19-FY20 - None tick-marked for all time periods. Refer to purple box below.
I was expecting '1st Forecast Year? Test2' to be tick-marked for periods in FY20 .......similar to point (1). What's the logic for none tick-marked for all time periods?
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Correct. In the second screenshot, you are referencing a line item that does not have a summary on so it does not have a value to grab using the YEARVALUE() formula. I've included an example. I may have misunderstood the question though, if you're are looking to mark every period as true no matter what, you can just make the formula "TRUE".
In the first example, you reference the current period line time which has a summary on so there is a value at the year summary. It appears in the second example you have a current period test 2 line item which does not have a summary on and therefore no year value is available or returned in the formula.
Correct. In the second screenshot, you are referencing a line item that does not have a summary on so it does not have a value to grab using the YEARVALUE() formula. I've included an example. I may have misunderstood the question though, if you're are looking to mark every period as true no matter what, you can just make the formula "TRUE".
@johndorma
Thank you 🙂