I need some help with a formula. I want to create a line item (LINE ITEM B) to check that another line item (LINE ITEM A) only has an entry in one period. The line item that I want to do the check on is a manual input and has a numeric format. I basically want the model to flag an error to tell me if there are values entered in multiple periods in LINE ITEM A (or a value entered in any period other than the one in my view).
My model does not have an 'all periods' field (and I don't want it to) as I'd thought about a formula that checks to see whether the current period in LINE ITEM A is equal to the sum of all periods in LINE ITEM A. I've a feeling that this should be relatively straightforward but I'm struggling currently.
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6 years (broken down into months) and yes, a new year will be added every year (but not frequently obviously). I'm currently summing up the 6 FY totals manually in the formula and doing a check on this but it's a bit clunky as the formula will need to be edited manually each year the model is rolled over (admittedly not a big job if it's documented properly).
Although I'm hoping there's some sort of 'NOT CURRENT PERIOD' type formula that'll do it a bit neater, in the absence of the all periods field in this model.
You can use TimeSum as shown below:
A single entry in 1 time period is ok, and nothing is highlighted.
If more than a single entry is entered, then both entries are highlighted in red.
Note that the 'Check' module does not have Time as list.
'Total of All Periods' is not turned on either.