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Hi,

I want to jump from one report to another report when i click on a particular customer.

Can a double click takes me to the other report.

Plz suggest me.

Regards,

Sheetal.

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  • Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 11:33 AM

    Sheetal,

    you cannot navigate on a double click ( it would filter the report by that value if used in BeX )

    you would have to create a variable on customer for the jump report and have the RRI assignments maintained in transaction RSBBS.

    The jump is done using the context menu - right click on customer , go to the "goto" option in the context menu and choose your report and the jump is executed..

    Hope it helps..

    Arun

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    Message was edited by: Arun Varadarajan

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    • Former Member Arun Varadarajan

      Hi Arun,

      I have taken customer along with the variable in the filter. and in the assignment details of RRI, i mentioned selection type as single values for the customer and for material group, selection type is '*'

      still i am getting displayed the first record with single material group and single material.

  • Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 11:50 AM

    Hi,

    check this RRI pdf doc from SDN https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/6eb89190-0201-0010-89bf-ad46d1503ef9

    Hope this helps...

    REgards,

    R.Ravi

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 03:17 PM

    Sheetal

    The assignment of reports(web templates) or queries in transaction RSBBS is simple, you would not assign any variables..just assign the query or web template. When you click goto from the customer, it will only take you to the variable screen of the other report with the value of the customer name/key and when you execute, it will display the report (detailed data or whatever). Therefore if the second report you are jumping has relevance to the data you want to see for a customer, it should bring all the records.

    The assignment of reports (or queries) should be logical and have the link to what we should be seeing in the second report from the first.

    If you have the first report showing summary of the transactions of Customer 'A', jumping to the second report, you should be able to see the details of such transactions, whether may be invoices, or contracts..etc.

    Try again and there is no reason why you would not get all the records if existed for that customer in the dataprovider.

    Ramesh

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