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# Turbo Integrator

Rule Functions

### ELPARN TM1 Function: How to Use and Syntax

ELPARN is a TM1 function for calculating the number of parents an element has. This includes the syntax and examples.

TI Functions

### DimensionElementComponentAddDirect TM1 Function: How to Use, Examples and Syntax

DimensionElementComponentAddDirect Function for use in TI Processes in TM1 and Planning Analytics to IMMEDIATELY consolidate (or rollup) elements in a dimension. Explanation with an example of use.

Rule Functions

### TM1 RoundUp Function: Method, Syntax and Use

The RoundUp function doesn’t exist in TM1 like it does in Excel. However, here is a really simple method to achieve exactly the same outcome. TM1 RoundUp Method The method

Rule Functions

### INT in TM1: Finding the Largest Integer Less Than or Equal To a Specified Value

The INT function allows you to return the nearest integer less than or equal to a specified value. Syntax of INT The syntax of the INT function is simply: where:

Rule Functions

### How to find the Largest of Two Values in TM1: MAX Function: Syntax and Use

The Max function will deliver to you the largest of two numbers. For example, if you have 50 and 100, using the MAX function will return 100. Syntax of MAX

TI Best Practices

### How to Convert a Text Date-time to a Numeric Element

Do you know how to convert a text date-time into a numeric (or full serial datetime) element in TM1? For example, if you have an Excel file as the original

Rule Functions

### ELWEIGHT TM1 Function: How to Use, Syntax & Example

Ever wondered how you can use the weight assigned to an element in a hierarchy in a rule or turbo integrator process? Well, ELWEIGHT allows you to do just that!

Rule Functions

### DAY TM1 Function: How to Use, Syntax and Example

The TM1 DAY function extracts the Day of Month number from a string based date. For example, DAY (’24-09-18′) will return the number 18.

Dimensions

### DimensionDestroy: How to Delete a Dimension in TM1

Sometimes we want to just delete a dimension from TM1. We get lots of failed searches on our site for DimensionDelete – but unfortunately that doesn’t exist. IBM, in their

TI Errors

### Error Codes in TM1 Turbo Integrator – Helpful Cheat Sheet

A simple list of all the TM1 Turbo Integrator error codes and what they mean, listing the error, the severity and what it means.

TI Functions

### How to Delete All Elements from a TM1 Dimension: DimensionDeleteAllElements

Have you ever needed to just delete all elements from a dimension in TM1? Well there is a super easy function that does just this. Using DimensionDeleteAllElements, then one click

TI Functions

### Sleep in TM1: How to Pause a TI Process

Full explanation of the Sleep function in TM1, with syntax and example so you can pause your Turbo Integrator process.

Rule Functions

### ELCOMP TM1 Function: How to Use and Syntax

In TM1, ELCOMP returns the child element at a specified numeric position of a parent. Full syntax and explanation for use.

Rule Functions

### ELCOMPN TM1 Function: How to Use & Syntax

In TM1 and Planning Analytics, ELCOMPN returns the number of children an element has Full syntax and explanation for use.

TI Functions

### DimensionElementInsertDirect Function: Syntax & Use

DimensionElementInsertDirect directly adds a new element to a TM1 dimension immediately – no need to wait for the end of the TI step.

Rule Functions

### ELISPAR TM1 Function: Use and Syntax

ELISPAR tests if an element is a direct child of a parent in a dimension in TM1. Here we explain how to use it, provide examples and compare it to ELISANC.

Rule Case Studies

### ‘@= 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.

Rule Functions

### ConsolidatedAvg TM1 Function: How to Use, Example, and Syntax

ConsolidatedAvg is used to calculate the average of rolled up values at the consolidated level. Here it’s explained in detail with a worked rule example.