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Reporting out of adjustments.

Hi Friends;

I have a Senario and need to find out how to configure in BW to get the report for adjustments. The main point here is if we do adjustment for a record for a previous date, how do I record it? As far as I know, BW overwrites but they want to see on the report that Yesterday’s amount is this…the adjustment made is this… ? or any other ways to record this? They are thinking about locking the date whenever they make changes on the records and saving them as an Excel files. May be I am not explaining good here, but can you see the Scenarios and find out the problems and give me some directions please. Thank you in advance.

The Scenarios #1 is:

Let’s say:

November 1, daily revenue is $500,000

November 2, daily revenue is $450,000

November 3, daily revenue is $400,000

Additionally, on November 3, adjustment of $20,000 was made for November 1 advertising revenue.

Period-to-date revenue is $1,330,000

The Senarios #2 is:

November 1 report:

November 1, daily revenue is $500,000

Period to date report - $500,000

November 2, report:

November 1, daily revenue is $500,000

November 2, daily revenue is $450,000

Period to date report - $950,000

November 3, report:

November 1, daily revenue is $480,000

November 2, daily revenue is $450,000

November 3, daily revenue is $400,000

Period to date report - $1,330,000

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2004 at 09:08 AM

    Hi Sajita,

    to realize this report you have to follow the instructions already given in your previous post 'Billing Frequency Questions' !!!

    However, I think the best solution is to have the 0CALDAY in your ODS key (or, if you use an infocube, you don't have to manage the overwrite process because all goes in append !) and then to have your 0CALDAY (filled with posting date? document date?) in your query...

    Bye,

    Roberto

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2004 at 11:39 PM

    Can anyone please respond this questions. Thank You very much.

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