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Jan 13, 2013 at 01:00 PM

formula from column that have "calculate result row as summation" enabled

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Dear Gurus,

In BEx, we have option to calculate result as nothing defined or summation.

In our case, result from nothing defined is different from summation and this is a common.

so, we have set to always have calculate result as summation.

for example:

1. sales quantity have result 100 (calculate result as nothing defined)

2. sales quantity have result 200 (calculate result as summation)

=> we refer to 200 as this is the correct one.

the problem comes when another column is using that column in the calculation.

for example: sales value = sales quantity * price.

the result row of sales value is using 100, not 200.

although as i mentioned, we have set summation as the calculation in query.

also, whatever the calculation we set in sales quantity.

the result row of sales value always refer to nothing-defined-value which is 100.

so, is it possible to calculate using this summation-value in Bex query?

or if not, can we just use modify-table-class / java script?

we are looking for workaround solutions.

please help to give input 😊

thanks