Applies to:
 Velixo NX
 Sage Intacct
TABLE OF CONTENTS
 Overview
 Method #1  The SI.DIMENSIONS function
 Method #2  twocolumn (or tworow) range
 Method #3  Excel array
 Special Cases
 Supported Dimensions
 How to use User Defined Dimensions
Overview
The Velixo functions for retrieving account balances for Sage Intacct (such as SI.TURNOVER , SI.OPENINGBALANCE, SI.CLOSINGBALANCE, and SI.BDUGETTURNOVER) support showing only that part of the balance that corresponds to a particular analytical dimension value (for example, a certain department, vendor, or customer).
To filter by dimension, you need to use the Dimensions argument of the balance function.
For userdefined dimensions there is a separate argument: UserDefinedDimensions, which works in the same way. There are various methods for referencing the Dimensions and UserDefinedDimensions. 
Method #1  The SI.DIMENSIONS function (RECOMMENDED)
The most versatile method for accessing and defining the dimensions you want to use for your Velixo functions is use the SI.DIMENSIONS function. SI.DIMENSIONS converts a sequence of pairs (as many combinations of DimensionName and DimensionValue as needed) into the matrix format that is usable by the other Velixo functions. Example: The following function returns the account turnover in the month of December for GL account #10010 for just Department number 200: =SI.TURNOVER("Sage",,"10010","20191201","20191231","*", SI.DIMENSIONS("Sage","Department","200") 
Method #2  twocolumn (or tworow) range
The value of the dimension argument can be a twocolumn or tworow Excel range, where the first column or row contains the name of the dimension, and the second column or row contains a list of semicolonseparated dimension values.
Examples:
By specifying such an Excel range in the SI.TURNOVER function, you will be able to see only the turnover amounts:
Note: Sage Intacct expects the ID of a record, not its Name, in the filter. For example, if there is a customer record with ID "10003" and the name "Uplift Services", you will need to specify "10003" in the dimension filter. 
Method #3  Excel array
The dimension argument can be a multicolumn array where the first row (or column) of the array contains the name of a userdefined analytical dimension, and the remaining rows (or columns) contain the individual values for that dimension.
Example A  VerticalDimension name in first row
Example B  HorizontalDimension name in the first column

Special Cases
1  Including Empty dimension valuesTo retrieve balances with any (including empty) dimension value (*)
=SI.TURNOVER("sage",,"10010","20191201","20191231","100","Accrual",{"customer";"*"})
2  Excluding Empty dimension valuesTo retrieve balances with nonempty dimension values only (*!)
=SI.TURNOVER("sage",,"10010","20191201","20191231","100","Accrual",{"customer";"*!"})
3  Including ONLY Empty dimension valuesTo retrieve balances with empty dimension values only (null)
The following function returns the account turnover for GL account #10010. In the function, the Dimensions argument (configured {"customer";"null"}) means that only only those transactions with and empty value in the Customer dimension will be included in the balance. =SI.TURNOVER("sage",,"10010","20191201","20191231","100","Accrual",{"customer";"null"})
⚠️Important Note: The null syntax is not supported with the following dimensions:
4  Using Sage Intacct Dimension GROUPSTo use a Sage Intacct Dimension Group, you can use the dimension within the SI.DIMENSIONS function and signify that the corresponding value is a group by prefixing its name with a # Location Group Example To use a Sage Intacct Location Group, you can use the Location Group dimension within the SI.DIMENSIONS function: Or use either the Location dimension inside the Velixo SI.Dimensions function: or use the Location parameter inside the specific Velixo function: (a cell reference has been used in this example) You simply need to signify the intent to use a Group by prefixing the group name with # Customer Group Example To use a Sage Intacct Customer Group, you can use the SI.DIMENSIONS function with either the Customer Group dimension: Or use the Customer dimension and preface the group name with the "#": (a cell reference has been used in this example) 
Supported Dimensions
The supported dimension names for the Dimensions argument are as follows:
Note: For your convenience, the dimension names are not casesensitive. 
How to use User Defined Dimensions
When using a User Defined Dimension in your Velixo functions, it must be the Integration Name that is specified. Thus, given the following configuration within Sage Intacct:
We must use the Integration Name of test_dimension_2 in our Velixo functions.
e.g., such as is done here:
