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Report Painter error


I have created a report using report painter for project cost plan values period wise. When I compare the same report with a standard report for eg. S_ALR_87013547 - Period Comparison - Plan ,

the period wise columns in my report painter are double the values in the standard report.

Kindly advise what mistake I have done in the report painter.



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  • Posted on Nov 16, 2011 at 06:44 PM

    hello Srikrishna

    Have you ensure you have no Red Traffic lights in CJVC ?

    and run CJEN ?

    The information in notes 148971 and 668240 should help

    also note ...

    we can not show costs in a period where the network is not scheduled.

    To do this would mean to distortthe plan-actual comparison, as planned costs from a future period would

    be compared to actual costs from the present.

    Or in the next period there will be actual costs compared to nothing, as the planned costs are

    then in the past period.

    The cost planning does not only show, what costs are expected, but also

    when they are expected. If the you change the scheduling for a

    network, this will also influence the scheduling of the cost planning

    for this network.

    hope this helps


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