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Cumulative Caculations Missing in Crystal reports Crosstab

Hi,

WE have a Crosstab report with fiscal year as column and Bex structure in rows, Amount as Key figure.

Here are the details below and kindly shed some light.

Environment Details:

Sap GUI 710 patch 15

CR 2008 Sp3

SAP system 7.1

Problem:

Customer was unable to see Cumulative Calculations in crystal designer based in BEX query.

-- Unable to see Cumulative Calculations in crystal designer based in BEX query.

--We were able to see those calculations in BEX analyzer.

Is there a work around to solve the issue.

Pls help.

thanks,

Jyothi

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  • Posted on Jan 05, 2012 at 12:58 PM

    Hi,

    Has the Structure object been included in the Crystal query ?

    If it's included in the Rows/Columns of the BEx query, it needs to be included too for the CR query (to reconcile the datapoints intersects)

    Regards,

    Henry

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  • Posted on Jan 08, 2012 at 05:33 PM

    Hi Jyothi,

    when you refer to the accumulated numbers are you referring to the grand totals of the structure ?

    regards

    Ingo Hilgefort

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    • HI Ingo,

      I'm refereing to the values for each fiscal year. It is a crosstab and grand total is by format default.

      I know we can achieve this functionality from Crystal end using a formula. but I would like to know is this s bug in sp3 fp 3.3?.

      I also facing a issue with shifting values to another year/column with in crosstab and I dont see it in Bex Query though.

      If these are bugs then how can we achieve this missing functionality?.

      Pls advice

      Thanks

      Jothi

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