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Variable on Fiscal Year

Hi All

Please help me urgently....there are a couple of reports in our system which is based on Fiscal Year (as Selection only)

In the Rows, the report designer has hardcoded the Months AND YEAR 2008.

So when management select FiscalYear 2010 (our Fiscal year Variant V3 runs from April -March), the report displays ie.

April 2008

May 2008

June 2008

In fact it it should start with April 2009 if we put in 2010 as FY(0FiscYear)

Please can you help me setting up a variable so that it can detect the correct year when displaying the query.

The hardcoded Months is =

Fiscal Year 0FISCYEAR restricted to OP_FYEAR;

Posting Period (0FISCPER3) restricted from 1-12 (In Rows but named eg,July etc) &

Key Figure

Please can you guide me step by step to have the rows display the correct year after the Month.

Thanking you

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2009 at 05:50 AM

    Hi

    There are no Variable Offsets on Fiscal Year in Default Values etc.

    Also like I stated before , 2008 is typed and not a variable.

    The rows should read something like April &XX_XX& (where &XX_XX& = Fiscal Year) (how do I do that?)

    Not typed as April 2008

    Thanks again!

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    Posted on Aug 07, 2009 at 01:17 PM

    Hi Marlon,

    Please check the Restriction for Fiscal Year, there might be offset of -1, if not check restrictions applied for query in filter of default values. By the description provided by you

    The hardcoded Months is =

    Fiscal Year 0FISCYEAR restricted to OP_FYEAR;

    Posting Period (0FISCPER3) restricted from 1-12 (In Rows but named eg,July etc) &

    Key Figure

    There is nothing wrong in above restrictions.

    Regards,

    Kams

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