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Function Summary

This function assists financial reports using the FinCube DataPortal to specify segment filters for each amount column. See the the FinCube page for an explanation of this function and how each argument can use filters. The following arguments represent the same segments used within the FinCube DataPortal.

Function Arguments

Parameter Name Segment Reference Description Default Optional
Source Segment12 Input is typically “Actual,” “Budget,” or forecast codes like “Fcast1” through “Fcast12.” In some configurations, codes can be combined to include unposted and staged monthly numbers (actuals will only include posted entries).

To see unposted in addition to posted entries, combine the two: “Actual,Unposted”. If staged entries are configured in the INTERJECT installation, use “Actual,Unposted,Staged”.
Period Segment9 Month 1 through 12. For year to date amounts, use YTD1 through YTD12.   YES
Year Segment10 Year   YES
Version Segment11 If configured, this can filter data to specific versions.   YES
Segment1 Same Configurable segment. Account may be a common example.   YES
Segment2 Same Configurable segment. District may be a common example.   YES
Segment3 Same Configurable segment. Line of Business may be a common example.   YES
Segment4 Same Configurable segment.   YES
Segment5 Same Configurable segment.   YES
Segment6 Same Configurable segment.   YES
Segment7 Same Configurable segment. Currency may be a common example.   YES
Segment8 Same Configurable segment. Company may be a common example.   YES

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To see an example of this function in use, visit the Lab Create: Financial Variable

Function Composition

Formula Example Explanation
Source “Actual” Where the data comes from. In this case it is actuals but it could be budgets or projections.
Period 11 The period of which the data is from.
Year 2001 The year of which the data is from.