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Working with a Finance Measure Group
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9. Expand the Account dimension, and then drag the Accounts hierarchy to the rows area of the grid. 10. Click the plus sign (+) to the left of Net Income in the grid to drill down to the next level. Your screen looks like this:
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Notice that the Total for Net Income is equal to the sum of Operating Profit, Other Income and Expense, and Taxes. The table below compares the correct calculation to the current calculation in the cube.
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Cube Calculation Operating Profit + Other Income and Expense + Expenses + Taxes = Net Income Correct Calculation Operating Profit + Other Income and Expense - Expenses - Taxes = Net Income
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All account values are added together in the cube because the current aggregate function assigned to the Amount measure is Sum. However, as you can see from the table, sometimes financial accounts should be added together and at other times should be subtracted. To see the correct aggregation behavior in the cube, you need to use unary operators in the Account dimension. In this procedure, you ll set the UnaryOperatorColumn property for the Accounts attribute hierarchy to apply unary operators to the aggregation of measure values. Set the UnaryOperatorColumn property 1. Switch to the Dimension Designer for the Account dimension.
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2. Right-click the DimAccount table heading in the Data Source View pane, and then click Explore Data. Your screen looks like this:
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The DimAccount table contains a column named Operator that includes the appropriate unary code (+, -, ~) for each account. 3. Close the Explore DimAccount Table window. 4. In the Attributes pane on the Dimension Structure page, click the Accounts attribute, and then, in the Properties window, change the UnaryOperatorColumn property in the drop-down list from (none) to (new). The Object Binding dialog looks like this:
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Working with a Finance Measure Group
5. Click Operator in the Source Column list, and then click OK. Before you can see the effect of the unary operators, you must deploy the cube. 6. Deploy the project. When deployment finishes, switch to the Cube Designer, and then click the Reconnect button on the Browser toolbar. Your screen looks like this:
Notice that the Total for Net Income is now correctly calculated.
Aggregating by Account
Specifying a unary operator for the Account dimension affects only the aggregation behavior of members within that dimension. If you were to slice the Account dimension by the Time dimension, the cube would aggregate the values for each account using the Sum function. For example, Net Income for one year would be added to Net Income for the next year, as simplified in the table below.
Net Income Operating Profit Other Income and Expense Taxes Total 2003 11,362,042 17,085 2,815,544 8,563,583 2004 2,636,170 8,397 909,590 1,734,977 Total 13,998,212 25,482 3,725,134 10,298,560
This behavior is fine for profit and loss accounts like Net Income which should accumulate the Amount value over time, which means Amount is an additive measure in this scenario. However, balance sheet accounts like Assets and Liabilities should not accumulate Amount
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over time. You cannot add the Amount for Assets from one year to the Amount for Assets of another year to come up with a total for both years. Instead, the correct Amount for Assets is the value for the last day of the time period that you are analyzing, as simplified in the table below.
Balance Sheet Current Assets Other Assets Property, Plant, Equipment Total Assets Liabilities and Owners Equity 2003 20,330,894 227,251 1,641,662 22,199,807 22,199,807 2004 19,102,999 234,259 1,631,215 20,968,473 20,968,473 Total 19,102,999 234,259 1,631,215 20,968,473 20,968,473
For balance sheet accounts, then, Amount is semiadditive that is, it can be aggregated across any dimension except time, in which case it must use the last available value. You learned about semiadditive aggregations in 5. For handling balance sheet accounts, the best option is the LastNonEmpty aggregate function, but that would not work well with the profit and loss accounts. Instead, you can use the ByAccount aggregate function. This function applies different aggregate functions to different attributes at query time, based on the specified account type for each attribute. For example, LastNonEmpty is applied to asset accounts and the Sum function is applied to revenue accounts. To use the ByAccount aggregate function, you must have one (and only one) dimension in the cube for which the Type property equals Accounts. You also must be sure to set the parent key attribute s Type property to Account and its Usage property to Parent. If you specify the Account dimension type when using the New Dimension Wizard to build the dimension, these property settings will be applied automatically. In this procedure, you ll change the AggregateFunction property of the Account measure to LastNonEmpty to observe the aggregation behavior. Use the LastNonEmpty function with an Account dimension 1. On the Browser tab of the Cube Designer, drag the Time.Calendar hierarchy to columns. 2. Expand Balance Sheet to drill down to the next level, and expand 2004 to drill down to Quarters.
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