I came upon a strange outcome of a (very simple) calculation. For my model I need to know in which Year a certain calculation should give out put. (Current year, current year +1 etc.) So I tried to create a boolean which specifies in which year a certain period is. It however gave strange out come, as it seems to wrongfully calculate some of the years.
There are probably better ways of creating the boolean (I would like to hear suggestions), but the calculation should work. Or am I missing something?
1. As @ChrisHeathcote mentioned & demonstrated you can define a logic and get it working
2. Set it up one time manually in SYS time module and use that mapping in the model
Although all this can be done in Anaplan, what it can't do is to convert the Anaplan Planning Calendar to Gregorian Calendar as far the calculation is concerned. Anaplan will still calculate the numbers based on those many number of days within Anaplan calendar (364 or 366 days) and never 365 if your timescale is weekly. Hence the need of converting the 445 calendar into Gregorian calendar. Here is the link if there is a need