- 1A: Using a dimensional structure that uses a single inclusion hypercube per table, and a number of exclusion hypercubes to identify the invalid data points
- 1B: Using a dimensional structure that uses only inclusion hypercubes
- 2: Using XBRL Formula
- Additional aspects for consideration
Taxonomy authors using dimensions will run into the situation that certain facts are not allowed for specific combination of members. The taxonomy authors must inform the users which combinations are allowed and which are not allowed and they must decide how to enforce this through the methods the XBRL specification provides. How to prohibit the use of any dimensions for specific reportable concepts is not addressed here.
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