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Unusual Aggregation Operation in FCCS (Consolidation Operator)

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Hi all,

I built an alternate hierarchy as follows:

Member A: Dynamic parent. Account type: Expense. Consolidation operator: (Indistinct)

Member A1: Shared child. Account type: Liability. Consolidation operator: Substraction

Member A2: Shared child. Account type: Expense. Consolidation operator: Addition

The problem is the result of the parent account "A" because the value should be a negative value, because "A1" should subtract (19,000) and "A2" should add (1,000).  Show image

So the value of "A" should be -18,000, that is, a negative value.

Thank you very much for helping me

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