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BPC 7.5 MS SP6 EVDRE query

Hi All,

I am trying to build a report where I am facing the foll. issues :

1) How can we hard-code any words in a report or inp. schedule, for ex. "TOTAL SUMMARY" .

2) How can we calculate the totals ( we can't calculate by using parent(hier) as they r not immediate members)?

3) How to do subtraction? ( A-B)?

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  • Posted on Nov 16, 2011 at 01:56 PM


    1) you just write on the cell your text selecting font and dim font.

    2) if you sum from different hierarchies, you can set a property and extract the data with this property or extract the single records and add this in the cell (ex. D5+D9... if your extracted values are located in D5, D9 ... cells)

    3) you can read even the acctype and change the sign (-1*value) if the acctype is f.e. EXP or LEQ. Or writing directly D5-D9 in the cell.

    Best regards


    Edited by: Roberto Vidotti on Nov 16, 2011 2:57 PM

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    • Hi,

      for a static report should be easy, you must just wirte the text and the excel formula outside of rowkeyrange or colkeyrange, if it doesn't work check these ranges and check that evdre() doesn't have expansion.

      and if you have a statis report you don't need expand all, refresh it's enough.

      Best regards


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