Hi, am not able to show allocation amount for "other cost pools".
I was able to find your project and take a look. I can see that you have an OCP object and an allocation line but no $ are flowing. I see some issues with your allocation strategy.
1. In your data relationship columns you have source and destination data that doesn't match.... remember, the goal of the Data Relationship is to find columns with matching values. It appears you've used a cost source vendor key in your source column and a cost source other cost pool key for your destination data. If you compare the data in those two columns, you won't find any matching data. Remember, when using key columns, the name of the key is a good indication of what two data sets it should be connecting.
2. You don't have any weighting value... you should use Percent Allocated for Cost and Planned Percent Allocated for budget as your weighting factor. If you don't have data in those fields, go back and look at your mapping and see if you can find a numeric field to map into those fields.
Please let us know if this solves your issue.
Can you please include a link to your project. Then we'll be happy to take a look.
Have you installed the IT Tower Component? In the Cost Source Model Object, is there an allocation line from Cost Source to Other Cost Pools? If not, you might want to add a new allocation line after clicking on 'Add Allocation' at the top right.
From what I've heard, sometimes the Other Cost Pools allocation doesn't automatically connect from the Cost Source, even if you have IT Towers installed. To add an allocation, go into the Cost Source model (check it out, of course) and click the Add Allocation button under the Allocations heading, and then configure as needed.
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