Author Justin Valley outlines how to edit SAP report layouts and save them as a display variants.
- [Instructor] After executing a report,…SAP spits out results in a standard format.…This output won't always have all the fields available…or be in a format that's easy to work with.…Let's edit the layout and save it…as a display variant in a report.…To have data to work with, I've gone…into the materials movement history report…and run it with no search criteria.…This default output has ten columns.…This is really just a suggestion…of what SAP thinks is going to be important to display.…This is all changeable.…
To edit this, go to More, Current Display Variant.…This brings up the Change Layout screen.…SAP sometimes calls it layout,…and sometimes calls it display variant.…On the left side of the screen,…we see all of the columns that are displayed.…It also shows the position.…Material is in position one, which is first on the left,…Plan is in position two, which is second from left,…and so on.…The length column corresponds to how wide the column is,…and the sigma sign will total the column when selected.…
On the right side, we've got hidden fields.…
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- Searching for data and using wildcards
- SAP basic reporting
- Editing SAP report layouts
- Printing and exporting reports
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