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ALV for reporting

Hi!

I don't think, ALV could solve the following type of report, but I ask it at least...

It could be solved easily with the WRITE, AT NEW, ... etc statements...

I would like to create a MONTHLY report with the following format:

NEW HEADER section - Grouping for material group

ITEMS section 1.st line of the group - Open stock for the material at the first day of the month

ITEMS section >1 lines - Movements of the materials, summed for days, inbound and outbound movements...

ITEMS last line - closing stock for the last day of the month

NEW HEADER section - An another material group is coming...

ITEMS ....

And so on, so I would like to make all new material groups a new header section and call a new-page.

What do you mean?

Thank you

Tamá

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  • Posted on Sep 11, 2007 at 08:46 AM

    Yes you are correct. Go for Classical report ( WRITE statements).

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    Posted on Sep 11, 2007 at 08:49 AM

    look at this thread tamas it might be possible

    Can we display multiple Header in ALV

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    Posted on Sep 11, 2007 at 09:04 AM

    Thank you for the answers, the hierarchical display seems more complicated (= more time)... Depends on the time I have, one of the options will beused.

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