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FBL5N Drilldown

Hi All,

I am developing a Report which should call the FBL5N Tcode in the drill down.

In FBL5N i have display all items ( Both Open and Cleared Items) and should pass Clearing Date also as input.

If i pass Clearing date , open items are not displayed. If clearing date is not passed i am not getting required output for cleared items.

I have to display All items.

How to solve this issue?

Thanks,

Ambika

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    Posted on Feb 02, 2012 at 03:35 PM

    If you want all items, you have to pass the posting date not the clearing date.

    Rob

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  • Posted on Feb 02, 2012 at 12:54 PM

    did you selected 'All items' radio button on FBL5N selection-screen?

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  • Posted on Feb 02, 2012 at 03:42 PM

    In FBL5N i have display all items ( Both Open and Cleared Items) and should pass Clearing Date also as input.

    AFAIK, If you want to display every document til a date with their clearing status at this date, It seems impossible with FBL5N, which ignores the clearing date parameter PA_STIDA, when all items box X_AISEL is checked.

    * Extract from RFITEMAR (mapping selection-screen parameters to logical database program
      case 'X'.
    (...)
            dd_stida          = pa_stida.
    (...)
        when x_aisel.
          p_keydate         = '99991231'.
          dd_stida          = '99991231'.  " <= Here clearing date is lost.
          dd_budat[]        = so_budat[].
          dd_opopt          = 'X'.
          dd_apopt          = 'X'.
    (...)

    As Rob wrote, you can then only select on posting date (and free selection parameters)

    Regards,

    Raymond

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