Property Definition in Line items

Sandip
Occasional Contributor

Property Definition in Line items

Hi,

I want to be clear about the definitions of different properties of Lists.

These properties are - Referenced in Applies To, Referenced as Format, Referenced in Formula, Next item index?

Could you kindly explain?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Sandip

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ArunManickam
Master Anaplanner/Community Boss

Re: Property Definition in Line items

Hello @Sandip ,

 

Applies To - The list is used as a dimension for these modules listed in this

Referenced as Format - A line item is using this list as a format. This list members will be available as drop down in the line item

Referenced in Formula - The list is referenced in a formula, for eg, functions like Finditem, item, uses the lists as an argument

ArunManickam_0-1619501905179.png

 

Next item index - Each member is assigned a specific index. Once an index is created, it is not reusable even after deletion of the member. Generally this is not so used in modeling. Only when a list index crosses 1 billion mark, we have to reset the list.

 

ArunManickam_1-1619501945029.png

 

 

Refer here for more details

 

Thanks

Arun

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ArunManickam
Master Anaplanner/Community Boss

Re: Property Definition in Line items

Hello @Sandip ,

 

Applies To - The list is used as a dimension for these modules listed in this

Referenced as Format - A line item is using this list as a format. This list members will be available as drop down in the line item

Referenced in Formula - The list is referenced in a formula, for eg, functions like Finditem, item, uses the lists as an argument

ArunManickam_0-1619501905179.png

 

Next item index - Each member is assigned a specific index. Once an index is created, it is not reusable even after deletion of the member. Generally this is not so used in modeling. Only when a list index crosses 1 billion mark, we have to reset the list.

 

ArunManickam_1-1619501945029.png

 

 

Refer here for more details

 

Thanks

Arun

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