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New GL: How to create Profit C. Report with account and statistics combined

Dear Experts,

we are in need to build a report in the new Profit Center accounting (ECC6.0), which is combining the data from new GL table (FAGLFLEXT) and from the statistical key figure table FAGLSKF in one report in order to be able to report on sales per squaremetre for example. Preferabbly, we would like to use report painter/report writer for this, but any other solution how to create this without too much custom programming is highly appreciated.

Thank you very much,


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    Posted on Jun 12, 2007 at 08:58 AM

    You should be able to use report painter to create this report.

    Check in GS33 to see if the correct SKF (there are none added by default) is assigned to that table. If not you may be able to addthem in by using maintain.

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      Dear Experts,

      unfortunately, the statistical key figure is in a different table. For this reason it is not enough, to create a new key figure based on the table FAGLFLEXT, because the basic key figure is not there. It is in a different table called FAGLSKF. I tried to merge these two structures by defining new a new evaluation structure based on on flexible analyses in the Logistics-Sales_and_Distribution-Sales_Information_System (transaction mcs7), but the problem is, that I get 16 basic key figures instead of one for the periods. How can this be avoided?

      Thanks Timo

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