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BEx display in sigle line

Hi All,

I would like to display below scenarion in single line.

I have data in query like below.

Zone Job Completion time (deriving with formula in BEx)

Z1 J1 20

Z1 J2 16

Z1 J3 11

Number fo Jobs with respect to Completion time is greater than 15 should display on Zone wise like below

Zone (Greate than 15 Jobs) Total job (percentage of jobs greater than 15)

Z1 2 3 66.6 per (i.e 2/3)

I have written a formula on Completion time wih 0 and 1 (if greater than 15, result 1 one else 0)...

But my output is coming like below.

Zone (Greate than 15 Jobs) Total job (percentage of jobs greater than 15)

Z1 1 1 100

Z1 1 1 100

Z1 0 1 0

................................................................................................................

But i need like below in single line. how to achive the same in the report.

Zone (Greate than 15 Jobs) Total job (percentage of jobs greater than 15)

Z1 2 3 66.6 per (i.e 2/3)

Thanks in advance

Regards,

Raj

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    Posted on Oct 11, 2010 at 06:55 AM

    Hi Raj,

    1) Drag 'Zone' in your Rows

    2) Under Columns, create CKF1. Include formula as (Completion Time > 15) * 1. Under Aggregation tab, select Exception Aggregation as 'Total'. Select 'Job' as your Ref. Characteristic.

    3) Under Columns, create CKF2. Include formula as (Completion Time < = 15) * 1. Under Aggregation tab, select Exception Aggregation as 'Total'. Select 'Job' as your Ref. Characteristic. Keep the Display as 'Always Hide'.

    4) Under Columns, create CKF3. Include formula as CKF1 + CKF2

    5) Under Columns, create CKF4. Include formula as CKF1 / CKF3 * 100

    Plz. validate if your O/P is in the form

    Z1 2 3 66.6

    --Priya

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