Rule Case Studies

Use of @= in TM1

@= in TM1: How to Use it in Rules and Processes

@= is used in TM1 for evaluation of operators in TM1 Rules and TI Processes. Here we explain how it is used and give examples for both rules and processes.

How to Dynamically Assign Information based on Data Entry

How to create a planning model where users can enter or select variables in one location and TM1 then assigns the data dynamically to all required dimensions. For example, in a budgeting model to plan labour centrally and assign people to cost centres dynamically.

Days in Month – How to Easily Calculate in a TM1 Rule

Here we explain how to calculate the number of days in each month with a simple, but easy rule, using the DAYNO function and a Next Month attribute.

Enabling TM1 Rules via a Control Cube

A simple solution to enabling and disabling rules for different versions (or scenarios) using either an attribute on the Version dimension or a simple cube, intersecting the }Cube and Version dimensions.

Foreign Exchange (FX) Calculation in TM1

Simple foreign exchange conversion method for use in TM1. Convert multiple currencies to multiple currencies easily using a simple FX rates cube and lookup of a cost centre or entity.

Limiting a Rule to Active Scenarios Only

Today I wanted to update a rule so that the processing of the rule was limited only to those…

Accumulating Values in TM1 for Rolling Forecast/Cashflow

Accumulating values in TM1 over multiple years. Cumulative values are very useful in a rolling forecast or cash flow calculation model. This shows in detail how to create a cumulative values with colour coded examples.

Empty Square Brackets in a TM1 Rule

Ever wondered why some TM1 rules have empty square brackets (like this [ ] )? Well MafiaMan just explained…

Cube Links – Avoiding Overlapping Links from Multiple Cubes

I have been trying to work out how to make rule driven links between two cubes work properly…

How to Enable the TM1 Advanced Rules Editor

The TM1 Advanced Rules Editor colour codes different sections of TM1 rules and generally makes editing rules much easier. Here is how to enable the TM1 Advanced Rules editor.

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