Hi All, I was wondering if there is a syntax that gives me the first date of my historical years, based on the timescale settings. My Fiscal Year (currently) goes from 01-06-2018 to 31-05-2019 and I have 2 past years within my model, i.e. the date I'm looking for right now is 01-06-2016. I would like to have a syntax that gives me this date based on the timescale, because it has to 'move' to the next year once we go into the new Fiscal Year. Currently this date is a manual input (see attachment).Additionally, almost al other dates are a function of this 'First Actual Date', so I do not want to have the 'First Actual Date' to be a function of the other dates. hope this is clear enough and looking forward to answers! Best, Thomas
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Hi, I'm working on a financial forecast model where sales is presented through 18 markets (Countries) to the 5 Products. So for example: * Product 1 - Country 1 | - Country 18 * Product 2 - Country 1 | - Country 18 * etc. I have made several lists with: Total Company (L1) -> Products (L2) -> Markets (L3). Is it possible to make this hierarchy in the lists, where the (18) countries are the same, for each of the 5 products? If not, what is the best practice to work around this problem and to be able to store the data on a Country/Market level for each product?
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