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Bex hiding the column

How to hide the bex report columns which are with zero values.

For example I am having 10 column representing 10 countries.One column values are fully zero and I want to hide the columns when it is zero. How to hide it.

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2008 at 07:59 PM

    Query Properties - Suppress Zeroes - Active ( All Values = 0 ) - Effect on Columns

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      as Jr. suggested u can always try that option.

      there are couple other options u can try also.....

      for e.g. u have characteristics structure in rows

      and key figure structure in columns.

      now go to rows and select Characteristic Structure.

      On right side if u see the properties of this structure go to tab DISPLAY.

      in this tab u can select APPLY ZERO ROW/COLUMN SUPRESSION TO THIS STRUCTURE.

      try this options one by one in rows and columns and Check it to make it active..

      or else,

      Query Properties --> Rows/Columns tab --> Suppress Zeroes - Active ( All Values = 0 ) - Effect on Columns

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2008 at 08:11 PM

    Hi,

    In BEx you can achieve this by going to query properties:

    In the query properties you choose whether rows or columns that getting zeroes are displayed or not displayed.

    You determine whether zero suppression applies to rows and columns, only to rows or only to columns.

    If you want to suppress zeroes, there are two settings options active and active (all values = 0).

    Choose setting active

    Use Zero Suppression with the active setting and the system will check whether there are zero values in the result area, then the associated row or column will be hidden.

    Hope it helps.

    Regards,

    Mona

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