I need to create a Financial report of the below format as I never worked on such report.Please
help in this regard if anyone has ever worked on this
*******************Col1 Col2 Col3 Col4 Total ---------------------------- Heading1 -------- Text1 10 20 30 60 Text2 5 5 10 Heading2 --------- 1.Text3 2 1 5 6 14 2.Text4 1 2 3 4 10 -------------------------------- SUBTOTAL 3 3 8 10 24 3.Text5 TOTAL 13 8 28 45 94
Please note the Heading and Text are not coming from datasource.
MSAMThis message has been edited. Last edited by: Kerry,
There are many previous posts covering Financial reports on the Forum. Use the link in the top right and search on FML EMR or Financial Reports.
TThis message has been edited. Last edited by: Tony A,
Why you place same post twice?
There are 2 threads with the same question.
I would need to know why a straight FML report would not solve this requirement.
I agree with Efrem, FML is probably the best way to go.
Waz and Efem,
Thanks a ton for the great help.. Let me ask you one quick question..
As per FML we need to have atleast one FOR field to get a matrix format..
My concern here is what if that FOR field is coming from DEFINE field..then how would I create a matrix format... Am I going in the right direction.. no much exp... about financial reports...
A DEFINE field is like and other REAL field, so you should have no trouble using it in a FOR statement.
Perhaps you could try coding a report that is close to what you're looking for, using one of the demo files, CAR, GGORDER, EMPLOYEE, CENTORD, etc. Post this code and we may be able to tweak it to produce the desired result. Also, take a look at program kpifin.fex in App Folder ibinccen - it might provide clues.
Give me code, or give me retirement. In FOCUS since 1991
Production: WF 7.7.05M, Dev Studio, BID, MRE, WebSphere, DB2 / Test: WF 8.1.05M, App Studio, BI Portal, Report Caster, jQuery, HighCharts, Apache Tomcat, MS SQL Server
A FOR field can apply to a DEFINE.
DEFINE FILE CAR
COUNTRY2/A20 = COUNTRY;
TABLE FILE CAR
'ENGLAND' AS 'ENGLAND' LABEL R1 OVER
'JAPAN' AS 'JAPAN' LABEL R2
OK THANKS FOR THE INFO.. I REALLY APPRECIATE YOUR HELP...
|Powered by Social Strata|