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Report Painter (Message no. KH206)

Hi Experts,

I'm having problem in designing a report using report painter KE35. When i try to use formula containing some constant value; system throws following message:

Element CM is not defined correctly -> check definition

Message no. KH206

Diagnosis

In element CM the system adds quantities and values or different currencies.

Please guide,

Br

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    Posted on Jul 15, 2011 at 08:17 AM

    Hi,

    When you are writing this formula add no dimension indicator (NDI) to your elements.

    NDI (COGS Amt) / NDI (Sales Qty)

    Regards,

    Sayujya

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  • Posted on Jul 15, 2011 at 11:48 AM

    Hi,

    Just to add to what Sayujya has written and to make it more clear:

    Message KH206 usually occurs when there are problems with dimensions in a formula (e.g. you cannot add a currency value and a quota).

    Therefore, I would ask you to check the dimensions of the operators of your formula. If you need to add operators with different dimensions, please use operation 'NDI' (no dimension).

    The function NDI (= no dimension) ensures that there will be no problems if you calculate quantities and values.

    So NDI is the function and you have to use it like as explained by Sayujya.

    Also check if note 817945 is applicable for you

    regards

    Waman

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