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SAP Web Application Design(WAD) drilldown.

Hi Experts,

I have a good knowledge in BI but i am completely new to WAD. we are working on several modules(SD, MM, PP, PM and FI) in BI and developed a single report which shows the data for the past 6 months. Now the client is asking to create a dashboard by using WAD.

The requirement is ''for example;- when they click on the plant code(we have a total of 42 plant codes), it should drill down to the modules and shows us the sales of all the modules data for the last 6 months'' and they are asking to put some limitation for the sales records. ex;- if November SD sales is less than 10000/- it should show red, if it show 15000 yellow and if it shows more than 20000 green boxes should appear on top of the number.

If possible please describe a step by step guide.. much appreciated!

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    Posted on Dec 11, 2015 at 01:41 AM

    Hi,

    For the colors, you may activate the EXCEPTION in query designer then it will be applied in WAD..For the drill down, there is an option to drill down in the web item settings, you may just play with it..

    Regards,

    Loed

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    Posted on Dec 11, 2015 at 02:15 AM

    Hi Mourya,

    You can define exceptions to get the color and symbols for the data levels you wants.

    You can do it in query designer itself in the query which you will use in WAD as data provider.

    Also you can do it in WAD , you can check below link which can be useful for you to create your scenario.

    https://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-64235

    Regards,

    Amit

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    Posted on Dec 14, 2015 at 08:29 AM

    Hi Everyone,

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

    Now i am able to get the data in colour format using exception.

    My question is, how to generate the WAD output using the BEx query? And like Leod said, where can i find the drill down option?

    If possible please describe a step by step guide.. much appreciated!

    Thanks in advance & points will be assigned.

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    • Hi Mourya. V,

      While creating Exceptions in Query Designer can you choose the operator as Between and choose From Value and To Value and check whether it helps you. For eg: Red value you can choose From Value 0 and To Value 50000

      Please check whether this helps you.

      Thanks & Regards,

      Sapna

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    Posted on Dec 11, 2015 at 05:35 AM

    Hi Amit & Loed

    Thanks from the quick reply.

    the below attachment is the assumed query output. i already set the colour limits in the query designer. i believe these are the exceptions(limits) you are talking about. If not please explain.

    now you have seen the BEx query and and the required output of WAD. please suggest me

    'what are the components we need to use to get the Output' And where can i find the drill down button.

    If possible please describe a step by step guide.. much appreciated!

    Thanks in advance & points will be assigned.


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