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MIN Value that ignores 0

Hello, experts - need your help.

I have KF defined as MIN. When I run BEX report for the lowest level (customer, material, time) I see a lot of 0 which is fine. When I try to aggregate to the next level (material, time) it still shows 0.

How do I aggregate my KF in BEX report to show minimum actual value in the group and not 0?

I tried to suppress zeroes but that did not work - shows empty cells instead of 0 and that's not what I want.

Thank You!


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    Posted on Aug 11, 2009 at 08:36 PM

    Applying a condition (at appropriate drill down level) will suppress zeroes (condition should say KF <> 0)..

    Which is to say - it will remove rows with zero value (not suppress zeroes with blank).

    Edited by: Ajay Das on Aug 11, 2009 1:36 PM

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      A crude workaround will be to replace the zeroes with a high enough no (say 9999....) using a formula KF. This will get your min right in aggregated view.

      It will show 9999 in the detailed view which might be an issue.

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