This example shows how to use the Hierarchy.Current(recursive) and Hierarchy.Level() functions.
Hierarchy.Level() returns the current level of the current hierarchical node.
In this example, we get the hierarchical level and use it as a value in the level field.
This is done by using =Hierarchy.Level() as the value for that field.
That value is then displayed along with the department value in the Department column.
Hierarchy.Current(recursive) is a filter function that returns the rows of the current hierarchical level.
You can see this used to calculate the ratio in the budgetRatio field in the column definition.