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Issue in Defining Exceptions in Bex Analyser.

Hi All,

I'm working on Bex Analyzer.....I have a report requirement like to compare 2 keyfigures and apply exception basing on that to one keyfigure.

Eg: Chars: Material ,Location and Keyfigures are Sale,Systemforecast and ASM input.

If system forecast is >20% of Sale then apply red color for system forecast.

In the same way if ASM input is >20% of System forecast then apply red colour to ASM input.

So please let me know how this can be achieved.Thanks in Advance.

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    Posted on Apr 07, 2010 at 12:56 PM

    Do it in Excel. Make two additional columns on that is Column1= Sale + 20% and Column2= system forecast + 20%. Then compare system forecast to Column1 and ASM to Column2 with conditional formatting changing the text to red when they are greater than their respective compare columns. Finally, hide the two comparison columns to avoid confusing the user.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Srini

      I have the similar requirement. Did you solve the problem/ found a way in achieving it?

      I have KF A, CKFs B,C

      I need colour red on KF A

      if A = 0, orange (0 < A < B), green (B < A < BC), blue (BC < A )

      Q1) how do we get other colours like orange, Blue.

      Q2) I thought of an idea but...

      Make a new CKF with IF AND conditions to get values

      1 if A = 0,

      2 if (0 < A < B),

      3 if (B < A < B+C),

      4 (B+C < A ) so on...

      Now, we can easily apply exceptions on with the values specified, but how do we show colur on KF A.

      thanks for the ideas

      kris

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