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CP_David
Calcite | Level 5
Hello, does any know how I can enter a decimal (2.5%) in the override calculator? every I enter 2.5, it always go back to 2 when you click apply.

Thanks,
David
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udo_sas
SAS Employee
Hello -
I just tried to replicate this behavior with SAS Forecast Server 3.1 - but I could not. You might want to contact Technical Support to track down the problem.
Thanks,
Udo

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