Module in Anaplan - data presentation

Dominika_Dudzinska
Contributor

Module in Anaplan - data presentation

Hello, 

I have a 'Project list' to which multiple ARs can be assigned.

The module has a dimension - project and one of the line items refers to the representation of the ARs assigned to those projects.

I am wondering if it is possible to represent it in Anaplan in such a way:

ProjectLine items - ARLine items - Value
Project 1 AR1200
 AR2 
Project 2AR3100
Project 3 AR450

 

AR needs to be presented as line items, no another dimension. 

Thank you in advance for the reply. 

 

Best regards, 

Dominika

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ChrisAHeathcote
Community Boss

@Dominika_Dudzinska 

What you are looking for is not possible. 

How about adding the AR list as a dimension and asking users to check a boolean against the intersection of project and AR to indicate that the AR belongs to that project? 

The second line item can then hold the value.

Alternatively, create a hierarchy where the AR is assigned as the child of the project. 

This would then allow you to view the AR by project in rows and value in columns.

Chris
HeathcoteAndHerran.com

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smaddi
Occasional Contributor

I do prefer the Hierarchy List approach as any data updates etc can be managed easily aswell.

 

Sunil.M

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ChrisAHeathcote
Community Boss

@Dominika_Dudzinska 

What you are looking for is not possible. 

How about adding the AR list as a dimension and asking users to check a boolean against the intersection of project and AR to indicate that the AR belongs to that project? 

The second line item can then hold the value.

Alternatively, create a hierarchy where the AR is assigned as the child of the project. 

This would then allow you to view the AR by project in rows and value in columns.

Chris
HeathcoteAndHerran.com
smaddi
Occasional Contributor

I do prefer the Hierarchy List approach as any data updates etc can be managed easily aswell.

 

Sunil.M

Dominika_Dudzinska
Contributor

Ok, thank you guys for your support. 

I created a hierarchy, but I was wondering if there was another way to present it.

 

Best regards, 

Dominika