Hyperion Planning and AAS

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AAS
Entity-Relationship Model
Hyperion
Oracle
Planning
I just took over the Hyperion Desktop administration in the last few months. I am still learning the systems and studios to function appropriatley with Hyperion products. I have been working with IT on data transition information, but we have both come to a dead end with this problem. Whenever I move a child entity to a parent location, or even to another location to continue as a child. All previous data duplicate, It stays in the child member and moves to the new parent. I am not sure what link is not appropriatley updating. Does anyone have any insite on this. Right now all the companies Financial Information in 07 is skewed with these duplicates. I appreciate any help you can give.

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