This article ( https://help.anaplan.com/anapedia/Content/Modeling/Build%20Models/Summary_Methods.html ) claims that list formatted line items can have 'formula' as summary type.
In reality it does not work for me. If I try to set summary type to formula - system tells me to enter formula first. I do that and try again:
I get the error.
The logic behind this formula is very simple. I have 2 lists with identical items, one of them is flat, with no parents. I want this formulat to take an item name from multilevel list and find corresponding element in second list (flat one). This formula makes sense for both leaf level and aggregated level items, but I can't get it to work.
Any ideas are welcome.
Solved! Go to Solution.
Change the lineitem format to "Account Hierarchy Deleveled". It will work as expected.
Hope this helps
If the dimension is "Account Hierarchy" and the lineitem format is "Account Hierarchy Deleveled", then the formula "FINDITEM(Account Hierarchy Deleveled, NAME(ITEM(Account Hierarchy)))" should work fine.
Yes it should. And it does. But only for leaf level elements. As soon as I switch sum method to 'formula', I get error