The XBRL Processing Options command displays the XBRL Processing Options dialog (screenshot below). Here you can specify:
•that duplicate facts are ignored for: (i) XBRL formula execution, (ii) XBRL table generation, (iii) Inline XBRL transformations
•label settings for XBRL table generation
•that empty rows and columns are eliminated during XBRL table generation
|Note:||The XBRL Processing Options dialog can also be accessed from the XBRL Formula Execution dialog and XBRL Table Generation dialog.|
Note about de-duplication
Only the following types of duplicate fact are ignored: (i) complete duplicates, and (ii) consistent duplicates. The fact (among the duplicates) that is selected (not ignored) is the most precise one. For example, among consistent duplicates of a numeric fact, the fact with the highest numeric precision is selected.
For more information about duplicates, see the Handling Duplicate Facts in XBRL and Inline XBRL 1.0 specification.