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Report at Customer Level

Hi,

I am working for my Sales Application, In that i have Region,Customer,Product and CustomerAccount dimensions etc.

In Sales input Template

I am entering sales at Region, all products and customer level .

In the other Rates Template:

I am giving salesrate,salestax,excise duty at Region Level and customer level,(within the region).

Now in my Report

I am able to see the report at Region level , All customer level but not at customer level for all products.

Required,

I would like to see my report at individual customer level.

I feel rates are to be given at No Product and no customer level in Rates Template,because Taxes are based at region level, but then i am not getting any caliculations in my report. For that any script logic to be maintaned?

Help me please,

Thanks,

Vijay Telikepalli.

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  • Posted on Dec 09, 2011 at 03:50 PM

    Hi Vijay,

    Is this a script logic issues or reporting issue?

    Are you trying to calculate values from the salesrate,salestax,excise duty entered for your rates and your logic is not finding rates?

    You need to be a bit more clearer on your question and the things you have tried to resolve it.

    Please review the [Rules of Engagement for Forums|https://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/HOME/RulesofEngagement].

    Thanks,

    John

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    • Former Member

      Hi_

      Thanks for the reply. My Question is as follows:

      The Taxes and Sales Rate (Rate which the products are sold) that we give is at region level (For Taxes) and does not pertain to a particular customer or product. So at the input schedule we give it to "No_Customer" & "No_Product". However in the final report I would like to see values the same at customer level and product level.

      Is there way to call these rates at runtime or allocate the same to customer and product level?

      Regards

      Vijay

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