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Report Generation Issues for other specifications in CG02BD

Hi Experts,

I have developed a Report Template and i have seen the preview and everything was good.

While I am generating the Reports from The Specification(CG02BD) , I am getting the so many formatting issues.

But i don't see any issues While i am generating the report from specification which i have used while developing the Report template ( Error wwi-error.png)

Finally, when i am trying to generate a report from any other specifications i am getting the data in the output but i am facing the formatting issues.

( I am using Microsoft Office Version 10)

Please let me know how to resolve this. I appreciate your valuable comments and solutions.

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  • Posted on May 28, 2019 at 04:25 PM


    sorry: but the informations shared by you are not a good starting point to help you

    I can only assume:

    a.) either you have used "CG42" for testing

    b.) or e.g. CG02 and "Create report from template"

    c.) and maby CG02 and used "Create report" and tehn used e.g. CG50 to display the WWI report

    The WWI issue you are showing might be related to a "corrupted" WWI template;

    Depending on the data situation on the specification it seems to be that for one data situation an unexpected WWI issue is showing up; this can happen if the WWI logic is not "properly defined"

    In contrast to ABAP: you can not check for such WWI topics; and with ABAP you are getting quiet helpful feedback if something is wrong (simply in worst case a "dump").

    So please: to help you we need more details. Are we discussing WWI templates with e.g. "raw report" symbols only or does it include parameter symbols as well?

    Is it more like a WWI template for a "SDS" or more like for a "Label"?

    Please check the many blogs and threads existing here; you will find helpful infos there.


    PS: PLease check the many WWI blogs as published here !

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