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Custom exit variable for fiscal year/period

Hi BI Experts

1) In one of the column i just want Budget data to be displayed for the entire year..i.e even if the user enters 005/2006 for fiscal year /period that column should display 001/2006 to 012/2006 Budget.

I have created a restricted KF for 0AMOUNT restricted by version(for Budget), valuetype (for Budget )

now how do I assign variable for Fiscal year/period...and the problem is posting period is not populated ...I mean there is no transformation for that...

Can you share your experience on that ...full points wil be awarded...

Thanks

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    Posted on Dec 31, 2007 at 05:07 AM

    may be you should create a customer exit variable for fiscal year/period and restrict amount using it.

    in the code you can take the value entered by the user and populate your variable accordingly

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      Hi Ajay and Pradhiba

      I am really sorry for assigning you guuys points ...wasa bit busy ...

      The problem is that the year and posting period is not populated...there fore I cannot use those time characteristics...

      Now I have only fiscal year/period populated..now i want

      if the user enters 005/2006 ....i want my first column to calculate the data for 001/2006 to 012/2006 ...thats the req...

      can u share ur ABAP experience in that...

      thanks

  • Posted on Dec 31, 2007 at 05:16 AM

    Hi Nick,

    If you have a characteristics for year than ,In your restricted key figure try restricting it by the year variable....

    u can use a sap stanadard variable to fiscal year.,,,,do not restrict by fiscal period varaible if you want data for entire year in that column,....

    let me know if it solves or any other issue

    hope it helps,

    ajay

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