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    Antonio Barbaro
    Hierarchy Order in FCCS Account DimensionAnswered
    Topic posted September 18, 2019 by Antonio BarbaroGold Medal: 3,500+ Points, tagged Balance Sheet, Consolidation, Dimensions, Income Statement 
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    Title:
    Hierarchy Order in FCCS Account Dimension
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    Hierarchy Order in FCCS Account Dimension
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    Hi All,
    I have a question related to Hierarchy Order in FCCS Account Dimension.
    A month ago I modified the order of "Income Statement Hierarchy" than the predefined order ("Income Statement Hierarchy" is above "Balance Sheet Hierarchy").
    After last automatic update, I see the native order of the Account Dimension ("Income Statement Hierarchy" is below the "Balance Sheet Hierarchy").
    In this way, I have a surplus because the Income Statement Hierarchy was created as shared Member in "Balance Sheet Hierarchy". If I have to respect the native order I need to create the "Income Statement Hierarchy" as a shared member.
    Thanks in advance,
    Antonio

    Best Comment

    Antonio Barbaro

    I confirm that the "Income Statement" Hierarchy must be in "Balance Sheet" Hierarchy.

    In this way, FCCS works properly.

    Regards,

    Antonio

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    • Dishil Shah

      Hi,

      Why you are creating shared income statement hierarchy under Balance Sheet? You can directly create the members of income statement under seeded FCCS_Retained Earnings Current hierarchy.

      And yes after every automatic update in FCCS seeded members will be moved back to Original hierarchy. So its better to use FCCS_Retained Earnings Hierarchy for Income Statement accounts.

      Thanks,

    • Antonio Barbaro

      Thanks for your answer.

      I will follow your advice.

      Antonio 

      • Antonio Barbaro

        I confirm that the "Income Statement" Hierarchy must be in "Balance Sheet" Hierarchy.

        In this way, FCCS works properly.

        Regards,

        Antonio