Justin Valley reviews the steps needed to filter the results in SAP reports.
- [Presenter] Sometimes after running a report in SAP,…you want to see more specific results.…You can drill down in reports by using the filtering tool.…To demonstrate, we're back in the output…for the Materials Movement History Report.…I've run this report for the entire company,…so we've got a lot of rows of data to work with.…To filter, we go to More, Set Filter.…We're taken to the Define Filter Criteria screen.…We can filter by as many fields as we like.…I've run this report for the entire company,…but perhaps now I only want to see…the material movement history at Plant 1710.…
I select the plant field, and use the left arrow…to move it into the Filter Criteria column.…Now, I click copy.…This brings us to the Filter Criteria screen.…I can now enter a single value,…or a range, or I can enter a multiple selection,…using the Multiple Selection button.…Because I want to only view results for one plant,…I'm going to enter 1710 into the Select Single Value field.…I now click Execute.…
We now only have results from Plant 1710,…
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