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Two Quantities summation for different Document Number related to Material

Hi,

I have a material number for which there are 20 document numbers. For those 20 document numbers there are two different quantities .

Eg:

Material Qty1 Qty2 Doc No.

100000 5 6 097876

4 6 097547

9 9 999999

etc

In the report, we have a requirement to display the material and quantities with showing diff document numbers and has to sum up all the quantities related to material and the output should look like following:

Material Qty1 Qty2

100000 18 21

How do I go about doing this???

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 06:22 AM

    Hi Ganesh,

    What i understand is that...If the material number is same but it has different document no.'s. And if u have to create Query like as below:

    Material Qty1 Qty2

    100000 18 21

    Then where are u getting the problem, coz if u have to show only the material number and quantity's and if ur not drilling the information by document number it will automatically sum-up the qty for same material code, isn't it ??

    Correct me if i have understood u wrong .

    Thanks

    Dipika

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      Hi,

      You have understood my question correctly.

      But I was just wondering that if I dont include the doc no. then it would display the quatities separately or sum up everything.

      However, you hhave answered my question...would get back incase I have any issues reg this.

      Assigning you points...

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