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can any one explain about what is report?how is help full for consultants? what are alternatives in this?how we can use this?

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    Posted on Apr 17, 2007 at 01:11 PM

    Hi,

    Reports are the one which is purely project specific.In reports as per the bussiness reqirements and bussiness process we have to develope the report.In this we have to fetch the data from documents,master data.

    for this we need to provide the logic for fetching the data for required fields from respective tables and develope the link between the tables.After functional specification abaper will write the logic

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    Amrish Purohit

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    Posted on Apr 17, 2007 at 01:11 PM

    Hi Lokanadh

    Document in which specification data is output.

    A report is generated from a report template using a report generation variant.

    Executable program that allows users to read and evaluate data in the database.

    You can either display the output of a report on the screen or send it to a printer. You can also save it, so that it can be displayed as often as you like. It is important to be able to do this, because reading large volumes of original data can impair performance.

    Examples of reports are ABAP reports, queries, and drilldown reports.

    SAP application from which data is merged in reports from the SAP component Product Safety.

    A report application consists of a number of application objects.

    You use the report tree to see a different view of the report, depending on the report application. When viewing the material master report application, for example, assignments of specifications to materials are also taken into account.

    Here are some examples of typical report applications:

    • Material master (consists of materials)

    • Specification master (consists of specifications)

    • Work area (consists of work areas)

    <b>**PLEASE REWARD POINTS IF HELPS**</b>

    Regards

    AK

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    Posted on Apr 17, 2007 at 01:24 PM

    Hi Loknadh,

    Pl check this link where the same query was addressed.

    reportswww.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/profile?userid=3519432">reports>

    Hope the detail information helps you. Pl reward if useful.

    Thanks & Regards,

    Sadhu Kishore

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    Posted on Apr 18, 2007 at 04:06 AM

    Hi,

    Hi,

    Reprots are basically what the client uses to run his business to understand what is happening. In SAP all the data is stored in the form of tables. SO when we want a report say to show the sales happd over the last months or an year over some discussion for a product cane be fetched the database through these tables.

    SAP SD Reports: T-Code: SARP

    All Standard Reports which are avalable are as under:

    SAP Easy Access: Information Systems -> Logistics -> Sales and distribution ->

    1. Customer -> Incoming orders / Returns / Sales / Credit memos / Sales activities / Customer master / Conditions / Credit Master Sheet

    2. Material -> Incoming orders / Returns / Sales / Credit memos / Material master / ...

    3. Sales organization -> Sales organization / Sales office / Sales employee

    4. Shipping point -> Deliveries / Returns

    5. SD documents -> Orders / Deliveries / Billing documents ...

    & so on.

    Some of the Standard reports in SD are:

    Sales summary - VC/2

    Display Customer Hirarchy - VDH2

    Disply Condition record report - V/I6

    Pricing Report - V/LD

    Create Net Price List - V_NL

    List customer material info - VD59

    List of sales order - VA05

    List of Billing documents - VF05

    Inquiries list - VA15

    Quotation List - VA25

    Incomplete Sales orders - V.02

    Backorders - V.15

    Outbond Delivery Monitor - VL06o

    Incomplete delivery - V_UC

    Customer Returns-Analysis - MC+A

    Customer Analysis- Sales - MC+E

    Customer Analysis- Cr. Memo - MC+I

    Deliveries-Due list - VL04

    Billing due list - VF04

    Incomplete Billing documents - MCV9

    Customer Analysis-Basic List - MCTA

    Material Analysis(SIS) - MCTC

    Sales org analysis - MCTE

    Sales org analysis-Invoiced sales - MC+2

    Material Analysis-Incoming orders - MC(E

    General- List of Outbond deliveries - VL06f

    Material Returns-Analysis - MC+M

    Material Analysis- Invoiced Sales - MC+Q

    Variant congiruration Analysis - MC(B

    Sales org analysis-Incoming orders - MC(I

    Sales org analysis-Returns - MC+Y

    Sales office Analysis- Invoiced Sales - MC-E

    Sales office Analysis- Returns - MC-A

    Shipping point Analysis - MC(U

    Shipping point Analysis-Returns - MC-O

    Blocked orders - V.14

    Order Within time period - SD01

    Duplicate Sales orders in period - SDD1

    Display Delivery Changes - VL22

    With regards

    Rajesh

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    Posted on Apr 18, 2007 at 04:21 AM

    Reports: Reports consist of data, which is expected to be reveiwed or checked the transaction taken in said period. Reports are useful for analysis of decision taking for future activities.

    Sone of the standard reports for SD & its configuration guide is as under:

    Standard SAP SD Reports:=

    Statistic Group:

    Purpose – To capture data for Standard Reports, we require to activate Statistic Group as under:

    --> Item category (Configuration)

    --> Sales document type (Configuration)

    --> Customer (Maintain in Master data)

    --> Material (Maintain in Master data)

    When you generate statistics in the logistics information system, the system uses the combination of specified statistics groups to determine the appropriate update sequence. The update sequence in turn determines for exactly which fields the statistics are generated.

    Configuration:

    IMG --> Logistics Information System (LIS) --> Logistics Data Warehouse --> Updating --> Updating Control --> Settings: Sales --> Statistics Groups -->

    1. Maintain Statistics Groups for Customers

    2. Maintain Statistics Groups for Material

    3. Maintain Statistics Groups for Sales Documents

    4. Assign Statistics Groups for Each Sales Document Type

    5. Assign Statistics Groups for each Sales Document Item Type .....

    All Standard Reports which are available are as under:

    SAP Easy Access: Information Systems -> Logistics -> Sales and distribution ->

    1. Customer -> Incoming orders / Returns / Sales / Credit memos / Sales activities / Customer master / Conditions / Credit Master Sheet

    2. Material -> Incoming orders / Returns / Sales / Credit memos / Material master / ...

    3. Sales organization -> Sales organization / Sales office / Sales employee

    4. Shipping point -> Deliveries / Returns

    5. SD documents -> Orders / Deliveries / Billing documents ...

    & so on.

    Some of the Standard reports in SD are:

    Sales summary - VC/2

    Display Customer Hierarchy - VDH2

    Display Condition record report - V/I6

    Pricing Report - V/LD

    Create Net Price List - V_NL

    List customer material info - VD59

    List of sales order - VA05

    List of Billing documents - VF05

    Inquiries list - VA15

    Quotation List - VA25

    Incomplete Sales orders - V.02

    Backorders - V.15

    Outbound Delivery Monitor - VL06o

    Incomplete delivery - V_UC

    Customer Returns-Analysis - MC+A

    Customer Analysis- Sales - MC+E

    Customer Analysis- Cr. Memo - MC+I

    Deliveries-Due list - VL04

    Billing due list - VF04

    Incomplete Billing documents - MCV9

    Customer Analysis-Basic List - MCTA

    Material Analysis(SIS) - MCTC

    Sales org analysis - MCTE

    Sales org analysis-Invoiced sales - MC+2

    Material Analysis-Incoming orders - MC(E

    General- List of Outbound deliveries - VL06f

    Material Returns-Analysis - MC+M

    Material Analysis- Invoiced Sales - MC+Q

    Variant configuration Analysis - MC(B

    Sales org analysis-Incoming orders - MC(I

    Sales org analysis-Returns - MC+Y

    Sales office Analysis- Invoiced Sales - MC-E

    Sales office Analysis- Returns - MC-A

    Shipping point Analysis - MC(U

    Shipping point Analysis-Returns - MC-O

    Blocked orders - V.14

    Order Within time period - SD01

    Duplicate Sales orders in period - SDD1

    Display Delivery Changes - VL22

    Regards,

    Rajesh Banka

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    Posted on Sep 29, 2011 at 08:10 AM

    ok

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