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Some customers have the requirement that the consolidated result data at lower level group is rolled up to higher level group after running consolidation. This can be achieved by setting an Audit member whose “DATASRC_TYPE” is set to be L.

1, One L type Aduit scenario

Below is an example.

Configurations :

1), In the example below, G100 is the parent group of G200.

The property “DATASRC_LEVEL” for higher G100 should be set to be “Y”. For lower group G200,it doesn’t matter.

2),In the “Audit” dimension, we set the “DATASRC_TYPE” property of Audit “EIC_100” to be “L”, and set the “IS_CONSOL” to be “Y”.

3), Configure a Elimination and Adjustment rule as below, which post data to the destination Audit “EIC_000”.

Testing result:

1), Below is the data before Consolidation.

2),After translation and elimination ,consolidation result data of G200(under Audit EIC_000) is successfully saved to G100 under the Audit “EIC_100”.

2,Multiple "L" type Audit scenario.

Some customers have a more complex requirement that multiple “L” type Audits are required. In this situation, we need make additional configurations as below:

1), In the “Audit” dimension, add a property  "DATASRC_LEVEL".

2), Set the “DATASRC_TYPE” for both EIC_100 and EIC_200 to be “L”.

3), Add two rules and they have different Destination Audit.

4),For each one of the two destination Audits, set the property “DATASRC_LEVEL” to be one of the L type Audit.

5),After running consolidation, the consolidation result of lower group will be rolled up to higher group under the Audit “EIC_100” or “EIC_200”.

Refer to KB 2960344,1893170 and Note 2077674 too.

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