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Slab Wise Value display

I would like to display values from a slab in bex report. The values of that slab is stored in a DSO. The scenario is something like this : If a salesman has achieved its targets then he is eligible for some incentives . Their is a slab which says, if he has achieved more than 0-10% of his target then he should get 150 Rs. ...in case if he has achieved 11-40% then he should get 500 Rs...

In my cube i have targets and actual sales. through which i can get to know that how much he has achieved for a given period of time. Now i want to analyze that how much incentives he will get. This information i have to display in a bex report.

One way of doing this is doing it at modeling level. But i want to do this at reporting level because in my scenario, slab values are getting changed very frequently . Is their any way of doing this in Bex via some customer exit etc...

Actually i am looking for some exit which can give me final results of my bex query (after CKF & RKF calculations) and based on those values i'll look up in DSO.

My report output has to be something like this

SalesMan Target
Achieved Achieved % - This will be a CKF Incentive S1 100 110 10% 150 - This value will be derived using slab and based on Achieved %. For this i want to do a lookup in DSO









Please suggest ...Waiting for your inputs.

Thanks.

Aashish

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  • Posted on Mar 04, 2013 at 06:55 AM

    Why don't you create a multiprovider with the Cube and DSO and create a query on top of multiprovier?

    Then you can do the calculation in the query.

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