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What are the logical database source (SQVI) should i use for quick viewer

Dear expert,

Would like to seek for your help, how to use (SQVI) quick viewer/SAP query to generate the listing of and can I use SQVI -quick viewer and select the data source as logical database source to generate in order to generate the listing of GL account number,GL account descrition , tax category,posting without tax allowed column in the query by company?

Between, what are the data source should I use for logical database to generate the query with listing of GL account number,GL account descrition , tax category,posting without tax allowed column in the query by company?

Please help.

Many Thanks.

Regards,

Karen

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    Posted on Jul 20, 2011 at 09:37 AM

    Use BRM - Accounting Documents

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      Thank you for the prompt reply, what I would like the query to generate is the master data GL listing for GL account,GL description,Tax category, posting without tax allowed column where i use BRF as the data source for logical database to generate the quick viewver but the BRF data source do not have the GL description.

      How I can join table/join query or what are the data source should i use so that i can able to generate the query with GL master data listing by company code by display GL account,GL description,Tax category, posting without tax allowed?

      Between,do you have any reference/link/document on the how to use the SQV1?

      Also, what the difference between SQV1 and SQ01 ?

      And also what are the sap query,inforset query,quick viewer mean for and what are the difference between them also when should i use sap query,inforset query,quick viewer to generate the query?

      Please help.

      Many thanks.

      KH

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