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Reporting BEX level Query

Hello, I posted this in a different forum which is wrong. sorry. i can't see my question there any way. this is my question. I built a SD report which has both Header and item level information. Report is running fine. a new requirement came and they want to see how many sales orders were processed in a given period of time (Variable) as well as the number of line items were processed in a given period of time. how can i accomplish it at the reporting level?

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    Posted on Mar 13, 2014 at 05:25 PM

    Just create a summary level report by keeping the Header Infoobject in Rows pane. Keep item infoobject in drill down. Hence you can accomplish both requirements at a same time.

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  • Posted on Mar 13, 2014 at 04:47 PM

    You are saying that you need to get the no.of sales document in a given period of time.please clarify also give more details on layout and variable screen input.

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    AL

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    • See with the current layout if you switch on the results then it should show 2 for sales order count and 4 for item.

      If you remove sales item from drill down then also the result will remain same.

      Reason you have 2 sales orders and against that 4 items.

      In case you need something other than this then please share the layout.

      Note:The approach i mentioned in my last reply to get the count of item --In that we have used the concept of Nested Exception aggregation only.


      Aggregation over aggregation is called Nested Exception aggregation.

      Regards,

      AL

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