Compare Amount

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Compare Amount

Hi,  

 

I have line item (status interco) where if amount blue and red not same it will be give text "Unbalance"

 

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but i dont know how to compare every item

 

Any ideas are appreciated.

 

Thanks,

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Re: Compare Amount

@Panji 

 

How are you comparing the numbers. Is it Row 1 vs Row 2, Row 3 vs Row 4?

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Community Boss

Re: Compare Amount

Ideally you should not do ICO reconciliation at the transactional level.

Create a list of accounts, map every transaction to it and bring the values there.

Then have a mapping of every asset account and its liability counter part (with two subsets)

You can then easily and visually compare that each account with ICO is balanced ( and bring it down at the transaction level if you want)

 

of course this can also be done by trade partner by adding a dimension.


Nathan Rudman, Anaplan Model Builder
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Re: Compare Amount

Hi @nathan_rudman 

 

Thankyou for respon, 


can you give me view(detail) about your suggestion

 

Regard,

Panji

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Community Boss

Re: Compare Amount

what dimensions do you already have in your model ?

Account, Country/Currency ?

Can you show me the full blue print of your transaction module ?


Nathan Rudman, Anaplan Model Builder
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Re: Compare Amount

in this model im only use 1 dimension(list Balance sheet with parent Entity)

and using line item trading partner, Account 

 

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Thanks

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Community Boss

Re: Compare Amount

ok so what I meant is that you can create a new module with Account Number and Entity as a dimension.

In there you can write a formula like:

Transaction Module.Amount in LC[SUM:Transaction module.Account Number, Sum: Transaction module.Entity]

 

This will show you the amounts by entity and account number. You can then easily see if they are balanced.


Nathan Rudman, Anaplan Model Builder
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Re: Compare Amount

so you meant if we want to know data balance or not, we need to see in another module(new module we created  before) ?

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Re: Compare Amount

it would be better I think.
but a MODULE, not MODEL.

Nathan Rudman, Anaplan Model Builder