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Functional reporting and Administrative Reporting

Hi All,

Can anyone give the brief description for Functional reporting and Administrative Reporting with examples.

Its very urgent......

Regards,

Sita

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 05:19 AM

    Hi Sitarama,

    According to me, functional reporting refers to the detailed reports that are generally executed & used by the people who are actually doing the job (e.g. Payroll specialist). We are generally developing functional reports with ABAP. On the other hand, administrative reporting refers to the more high-end reports that are detail-free and gives the overall picture. They are generally used by managers, etc. (e.g. HR manager). We generally carry out administrative reporting in BI.

    For instance, a functional report may include all of the payroll wage types of the employees that are paid in the respective months whereas administrative report includes the total amount paid to all of the employees in the company.

    I hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Dilek

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  • Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 05:44 AM

    Functional Reporting;

    Example can be;

    *File Consistency Reportthis report will be generated for certain personnel number once they are hired to check any discrepancies in the data filling in various infotypes once this report is run the screen will show the Personnel numbesr which has got inconsistency in the data.

    Some like Employee Stock Purchase plan report etc

    Positions along with Org Units etc

    Adminstrative Reporting;

    Reports related to Compliance,

    Grievance Summary report

    etc

    Thanks

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