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Status Future consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Apr 25, 2018

Cognos Controller AFC is not transferred into FAP properly

When transferring AFC values from Cognos Controller into FAP, figures are not transferred properly and therefore cannot be used in reporting purposes. For example, consolidation data is wrongly calculated within TM1 because each consolidation level doesn't show correct figures.
Within FAP only correct amount is shown on the highest consolidation level on G-Company. All other ones are doubled/tripled..
The problem exist within FAP database that is not populated correctly for accounts which are calculated with AFC. All other account types are puplated properly.
This is not due to different consolidation logic used in Controller and FAP - it is due to wrongly populated FAP database table.