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1                  FEATURES OF REPORT PAINTER (RP)

  • Relatively simple reporting creation - define rows and columns.
  • Use of sets (groups) for Cost Centers, Cost Elements, Funds, etc :
    • Sets for selections - for report overall, individual column filtering and totals.
    • Hierarchical sets for automatic sub-totals in the rows.
    • Suppression of reported details in the set.
  • Characteristic display : choose the key (e.g. "4700") or description ("Power Fund") or both.
  • Authorization checks, if required, on SAP pre-defined fields - e.g. Cost Center and Cost Elements in CO Cost Center Accounting reports.
  • Easier than Report Writer (RW) since it is really a graphical front-end to RW.  There are a few limitations in RP which RW does not have :
    • a characteristic can only be used in one part of the report structure -  in rows or columns or in the general selection.
    • cannot use existing multi-dimensional sets
    • page break specifications
    • defining thresholds per section, etc
  • RP reports can be edited with / converted to RW and even to ABAP if required.
  • Column display formats can be set : e.g. scaling to 000's with one decimal place.
  • Headers : can include selection / drilldown variables.
  • Several reports can be included in the same "Report Group" and are run together, with the same general selections.
  • Other reports can be called up - other RW/PR reports, ABAP Queries, ABAPs and  transactions (including master data display) - the selected cell's characteristics (Year, Cost Center etc) are transferred. 
  • Report results can be stored as extracts and re-displayed instead or re-running the report.
  • Report definition management : use TMS (transports), or use export/import to/from PC files, or copy across clients.

 2      CONSTRAINTS

RP/RW only works with reporting structures that have been pre-defined.  The existing database tables are linked through a reporting structure - like "CCSS" - and then there is further RW Control tables definition.  This last step is very technical and is not recommended for SAP customers or for that matter most consultants.   
Also, the RW tables have the Authorization Check assigned - e.g. CCSS has E14_AUTHORITY_CHECK and filler routines for the fields.    For user-defined tables there may need to be additional Authorization Check routines written and assigned to the RW table. 
[See GRCT for technical set-up of a RW "table".] Also, SAP recommends using selection variants and display variants for Line Item reports.   Note :  only the CO line items have the Fund field, not the CO totals tables.

3         SAP HELP

See  :  Financials / Special Purpose Ledger / Tools
See  :  Financials / Controlling / Cost Center Accounting / Information System / Report Definition
 

4         ELEMENTS FOR REPORTING

4.1      Conventions

Each of the following aspects of defining the report will need naming conventions
-         Libraries - e.g. cannot start with a number.

-         Reports

-         Report Groups - e.g. cannot start with a number.

-         Sets

-         Variables, Set Variables and Formula Variables. 
Additionally there need to be layout conventions for : 
-         Report cover page

-         Report titles

-         Report headers - include run date, time, client

-         Report footers

-         Page numbering

-         Column headings & formatting

4.2      REPORT WRITER TABLES AND LIBRARIES.

Report Writer Tables specify the data tables available for, and the reporting structure used for RW/RP reports.  (These tables are defined with GRCT, and can include various ABAP routines for authorization exits, data filler and conversion routines for presentation and texts etc).   
Report Writer Libraries are set up to further define the data required for reports (limit available fields or change texts).   Libraries are linked to the RW tables.   RW (and RP) reports which require similar data or will be developed or run but a specific group of users can share a library.   Many libraries can be linked to the same RW table.

-         Libraries are usually set up, delivered and supported by SAP.  It is possible to set up your own, but this can be a comlex task, depending on the reporting requirements and a Logical Database,  Query InfoSet or ABAP may be a quicker option.  
The most often used RW Tables are :-         CCSS                 Cost Center, Order and WBSE data.
-         RWCOOM        Overhead Cost Controlling (Spec. Evaluations)

-         FMRBCS           FM Budget Control System data

-         GMIT                 Grants Management

-         ZZSPLITT          FI-Special Ledger  (Fund General Ledger)

-         FIMC                 EC-CS Consolidations Ledger

-         GLPCT, GLTPC   EC-PCA Profit Center Accounting

-         RPPS                  Project System Summarization table-         COFIT                CO/FI Reconciliation Ledger - use standard reports.
-         Sxxx                   Various Purchasing and SIS reporting structures
 
SAP RW Library Numbering : e.g. :

-         0xx A few banking/GL reports

-         1xx Various different CCA reports-         1VK          Most Standard Cost Center reports are in here

-         3xx Purchasing and SIS reporting

-         4xx Various - e.g. in Public Sector,  4FM (for FM reporting)

-         5xx CO/FI reconciliation ledger reports

-         6Ox           Internal Order reporting

-         6P3            Project reporting - this has the "Object" field and is linked to the PS component, so the selection fields for the LDB PSJ are automatically included.

-         7xx Product Costing

-         8xx Profit Center Accounting

-         9xx Activity Based Costing

CUSTOMER RW Library Numbering : e.g. :

-         ZVK          Copy of 1VK - with Fund field activated.  In DV1.210 and 220 only.

o       Note :  Fund is on Line Item table, so if referenced the report will take longer to run.   Use a Cost Center group by Fund instead (see section 4.4 on Sets).

-         ZP2, ZP3   Copy of 6P2 and 6P3 for project reporting

-         ZSL           Created for the Fund Accounting Ledger (Special Ledger)       

-         ZFM          Copy of 4FM for Funds Management

Library definition

-         Characteristics for reporting : like Cost Center, Fiscal Year, Cost Element, Plan/Actual Indicator.

-         Default Sets can be entered - appear on report selection screens.

-         Basic Key Figures :  numeric fields from the tables - e.g. costs.   Behind the scenes the Key Figure is categorized as value field or a field group with period counter in field name.  

-         (Predefined) Key Figures : basic key figures with additional characteristics - e.g. costs for the current fiscal year or the current period.  Prefix for CO Module predefined Key Figures are typically : 

-         I  =  actuals,        P =  planned

-         Y =  stat. actual, Q =  stat. planned

-         O =  commitments (requisitions & purchase orders).

-         Predefined Basic Key Figures for CCSS :

See Appendix B.

4.3      REPORT GROUPS

a.       A Report Group is a way to group reports with the same selection criteria.  The program selects from the database only once, then each report is processed separately on the selected data.

b.      The Report Group is the only way to run the report.  It is the generated program based on the report code, variable definition, set definition etc.

c.       Report : report group combinations :

-         A Report Group can have only one report.

-         A Report Group can have several reports.

-         A report can be in more than one report group - e.g. in a group by itself, in a monthly run group with a few other reports and in a year-end group with many other reports.

d.      A Report Group can be set up to re-generate each time it is executed - all reports in it will be recompiled before executing.  Or the setting can be for manual generation, which is recommended in a production system - move the report group there, generate it and it does not waste time recompiling each time it is run.

e.       When a Report Group is executed (GR55), the user has the option to deselect any reports not required.

f.        The Report Group (or the Library) can also identify other reports (or transactions) to call up when drilling down on a cell in the executed report.   E.g.

-         Transaction FB03               Display FI-GL Document

-         Transaction KSB5              Display CO Document

-         ABAP                    RKPEP004      PS WSBE Line Item Report

-         Transaction KSB1              Cost Center Line item Report - Actuals

-         Transaction KSBP              Cost Center Line item Report - Plan

-         Transaction KSB2              Cost Center Line item Report - Commitments

-         Report Group         ZFM1              Budget Analysis

4.4      REPORTS

4.4.1      REPORTS - General

a.       A report is always created with reference to the pre-defined library.

b.      A standard SAP library can be copied and amended - e.g. 1VK can be copied to ZVK and changed so the "Fund" field is made available for reporting.

c.       A characteristic can be specified in only one place - column, row or general selection criteria.  

d.      Most standard SAP reports focus on Cost Centers, or orders or Projects.  Only a few cover more than one :

-         Report 1SOP-001 has CC, Internal Order & WBSE - based on the Responsible Cost Center in the Order and WBSE.

-         Report 1SO1-002 + 1SO1-003  has CC and Internal Order reported separately but run together.

4.4.2      REPORTS - Define Columns

a.       Select a predefined Basic Key Figure (calculated value) to report in the column.

b.      If a characteristic (e.g. Fiscal Year) is specified with the Key Figure - the characteristic cannot be used for row definition or general data selection.

c.       Note: often use Value Type in the column 1 = Plan, 4 = Actual - if it is not already part of the Key Figure definition.

d.      The column can also be a simple formula - for ratios and variances.

e.       Predefined Column Models can be copied into the report.

f.        Columns can be used for intermediate calculations - and hidden if they are not required to be reported.

g.       Column Header can have a variable.  Prefix with "&".  Also, if the variable is numeric, can have a calculation in the heading:  e.g. "&CURYEAR - 1".

4.4.3      REPORTS - Define Lead Column = rows.

a.       Specify one or more characteristics for reporting down the left hand column = the "lead column" = the rows.

-         If several characteristics are specified, they appear in the same column, not separate columns, as a roll-up : e.g. Fund / Cost Center / Cost Element.  The sequence of the fields can be specified in Edit à Rows à Explode.  Also :

o       If Single is chosen, the field is listed.

o       If Explode is chosen and a hierarchical set is specified, the report will sub-total on the nodes in the hierarchy.

b.      Simple reports may need only one row.  

c.       More complex selection criteria for each row will require several rows to be defined (e.g. one row for revenues, with a specific set and selections, and a second row with costs using a different set and selections).

d.      Rows with simple formulas can be used.

e.       Rows can be hidden.

f.        Predefined Row Models can be copied into the report.

g.       Row text can have a variable.  Prefix with "&".   

4.4.4    REPORTS - Define a cell

a.       Edit a Cell = define an element.  Can select multiple cells.  Used for calculations across sections or in part of the same section.  E.g. a column total can be a cell and used in a column formula to calculate the % of the total for each row in that column.

4.4.5     REPORTS - Define the General Selection Criteria

a.       Define the General Selection Criteria - characteristics not already used in the Row or Column definition.

b.      If the report requires Orders and/or Projects to be selected on the basis of the Responsible Cost Center on the cost object master record, a special characteristic must be included in the General Selection Criteria :

                  If Cost Centers, Order and Project WBS are needed together, they are usually in separate sections of the one report.  The Cost Center set is repeated in each section's lead column.

4.4.6      REPORTS - Assign to a Report Group

a.       Assign the report to a report group.    If several report always have the same

b.      Note : always require Controlling Area, Fiscal Year, Period to be specified.

c.       Reports can be set up in separate "sections" to get two or more reports in one. 

-         E.g.  a summary section first, based on the results of a second, detailed section.

-         Or report dollars in one section and quantities in another.   

-         However, to simplify development, creating separate reports and running them in the same report group can be easier to manage.

4.4.7     REPORTS - Header Texts

NOTE :  The organization's ABAP report standards need to be applied, within constraints of RP functionality. 
a.       Title Page - predefined SAP format - can be amended.

b.      Header on each page

-         Where Variations have been used, it is recommended to display the value and text associated with each characteristic used in the variation.  So if the navigation tree (on the screen LHS) is not displayed, the user can still see where they are.

c.       Footer on each page

d.      End Page

c.       Define report texts - headers, footers etc.

-         If Variations were used, then the header should include the fields in the variation so when the user drills down, the report clearly shows the characteristic values being reported.

4.4.8      REPORTS - Variations in General Data Selection

a.       The lead column's display and the drilldown variation can be managed in several ways if a hierarchical set is used in selection :

o       No Explosion   - total value only for selected items

o       Single value      - listing a items selected

o       Explode            - show levels in hierarchical set.

b.      If a number range is used in selection, the "expand/explode" option is not applicable and you get a list.

c.       When the users run the report, they can also influence the Variation to some extent - if originally "expand/explode" they can select "Single value" or Do not expand/explode.

a.       Define any required Variations for the characteristic selected in the GSC.  A "Variation" allows specification of output format if hierarchical sets/groups are used - show with hierarchy and sub-totals, or list individual items in the group with no sub-totals, or have one total with no detail.

-         In most cases the Variation requirement can be amended at report run time - usually requesting a list or no explosion instead of an exploded set.

4.4.9      REPORTS - Assign to a Report Group

a.       On initial creation of a report, it needs to be assigned to a report group before executing.  The system will let you create a new report group

b.      Go to GR52 to edit the report group and name it properly.

c.       Initially, assign it to a single report group.

d.      Later, it can be assigned to several report groups and those can have several reports each, if the same selection criteria apply and the users wants all reports at once.

e.       Use GR52  to assign more reports, or delete reports from the group.

f.        Selection Screen texts can be adjusted per report group.  ???

                      4.4.10 REPORTS - Report layout pre-defined

a.       There are several places the report layout can be influenced :

-         Formatting - Section layout

-         Formatting - Report layout, including Standard layout assignment

                                                                                       i.      Note :  THE ORGANIZATION prefers zero values displayed as 0.

                                                                                     ii.      Note :  THE ORGANIZATION prefers zero lines displayed.

-         Formatting - Row

-         Formatting - Column

-         Formatting - Row / Column Texts

-         Edit - Rows - Hide

-         Edit - Rows - Insert Blank Line

-         Edit - Columns - Hide

-         Add any colors or under / over-scores to rows.

-         Maximum of 253 characters wide. 

4.4.11      REPORTS - Report layout amended after display

a.       After executing the report, users can still influence the layout.  If they have Authorization and the report definition allows it, they can save the changes.

b.      Format which can be changed :

-         Number format ( decimal places, scaling - e.g. 000s or 000,000s)

-         Zero representation (blank of zero)

-         Suppress zero rows and columns

-         Setting Thresholds for traffic light Red / Green highlighting on columns.

-         etc

4.5      SETS

a.       Sets are user-defined groups of a characteristic (e.g. a cost center group). 

b.      A set hierarchy is a set of sets which is used to build sub-total lines.

c.       Master data sets are single characteristic -Cost Element.d.      Multi-dimension sets can have several characteristics - e.g. Cost Element and DR/CR Indicator.  This is more for Report Writer than Report Painter.

e.       Sets are assigned to classes.  Not all set classes can be used in CO reporting.   See Set Class table (SETCLS) :

-         0101 = Cost Center groups

-         0102 = Cost Element groups

-         0111 = Fund group

-         0112 = Functional Area group

f.        Sets can influence the way the data is reported.

-         Suppress : can be used for :

a.       Reporting only one total line in a report where the set has an interval

b.      Reporting only one total line in a report where the set includes lower level sets.

c.       Flagging an empty set -  text only, for additional headings in the report - and the Formatting à Report Layout à Rows needs to be set to "Form printout" as well.

-         P/M indicator :  "+" means report if Debit (positive) balance or zero, "-" means report only if a CR (negative) balance.    This can be used for :

a.       For one account, have the DR in one set and the CR in another set.

b.      Can be used for a text element (heading) in a report, in conjunction with the "Suppress" indicator (see above).g.      CCSS Groups in DV1.210 and .220

-         KSH3        Cost Center by Fund :              _Z_FUND_CC_

-         KSH3        Cost Center Std Hier :              THE ORGANIZATION

-         KAH3        Cost Element :              _Z_CE_ALLh.      ZZSPLTT Sets in DV1.210 and .220{_}

-         GS03         GL Account :                _Z_ACCT_ALL_

-         GS03         Fund :                           _Z_FUND_ALL_

-         GS03         Functional Area :          ZZ_FA_ALL

4.6      VARIABLES

a.       Allows runtime selection of data :

-         For individual characteristics or ranges

-         For sets

b.      Can be a formula.  e.g. :

-         another variable +1                                  like '&1GJAHLJ'-1

-         a few system variables are available          like '#S001'

-         #S001        current fiscal year

-         #S006        current period

-         can use "IF  xxx  THEN  xxxx  ELSE xxxx "  logic like IF  '&1PERIK' < 12  THEN  '&1GJAHR' - 1   ELSE  '&1GJAHR'
 
c.       The formula variables are usually identified as "Internal" so that the user cannot see or amend them.

d.      It is best to define a variable for the specific Table/Structure & Field/Component  which the variable applies to. 

-         Please do not use a variable defined for another table/structure even if the field/component is the same.

e.       The variable can be included in the column headings - prefix with an "&" before or after text.    For numeric variables, the heading can have text and "&VAR1 - 2"  to subtract 2 from the value of the variable.

f.        Some variables have Parameter Ids (PID) which can be set on the individual User Master record.

g.       Standard Variables available for use with CCSS - please use them if possible (or see T802G) :

-         See Appendix A for a full list.

-         Where the variable has a default that is inappropriate - e.g.

4.6      STANDARD LAYOUTS

a.       Display & printing parameters can be default in the report, so there is no need to re-specify them in each report.

b.      Different standard layouts can be assigned to different reports.    

 5         EXPORT / IMPORT OR TRANSPORTING

a.       All of the elements of the reporting can be transported - libraries, reports, report groups, variables, sets.

b.      Also, they can be copied between clients on the same system.

c.       Also, they can be exported to the PC and imported from the PC across systems.  Powerful, but how to control this ? 

6        SAP  CO-RELATED REPORTING

 SAP Report naming :
 

  • 1-xxx  =Cost Center Accounting
  • 5-xxx = CO/FI Reconciliation Ledger
  • 6-xxx = Overhead Orders and Projects CCSS structure includes tables :
     
  • COSP              CO Totals:  External Postings
  • COSPP            COSP Transfers from Order to Project
  • COSS              CO Totals:  Internal Postings
  • COSSP            COSS Transfer from Order to Project
  • COSL              Activity Type Totals
  • COSR              Stat. Key Figure totals
  • COSB              Variance / Results Analysis
  • COEJ               Plan Line Items by Fiscal Year - includes Fund - value field per period
  • COEJL
  • COEJR
  • COEP              Actual Line Items by Period - includes Fund .
  • COEPB
  • COEPL
  • COEPR

Note :  project WBSE reports require some special settings, since is used a logical database : 
-         Use the field OBJNR, not PSPID or POSID.

-         Use the variable for OBJNR, like 6-OBJNR.

-         Include the call-up report RKPEP000 to get line items.

-         Include call-up transaction CJ62 for WBS Element look-up.

  • REPORT PAINTER & RELATED TRANSACTIONS


GR11

Create Standard Layout

GR12

Change Standard Layout

GR13

Display Standard Layout

GR14

Delete Standard Layout

GR17

Export standard layouts

GR18

Import standard layouts

GR19

Copy standard layouts from client

GR1L

Directory: Standard Layout

GR21

Library - Create

GR22

Library - Change

GR23

Library - Display

GR24

Delete library

GR27

Export libraries

GR28

Import libraries

GR29

Copy libraries from client

GR2L

Catalog: Libraries


GR31


Create Report  (Report Writer)


GR32


Change Report (Report Writer)


GR33


Display report (Report Writer)


GR34


Delete report (Report Writer)

GR37

Export reports

GR38

Import reports

GR39

Copy reports from client


GR3L


Catalog: Reports

GR51

Report Group - Create

GR52

Report Group - Change

GR53

Report Group - Display

GR54

Report Group - Delete

GR55

Report Group - Execute

GR57

Report Group - Export

GR58

Report Group - Import

GR59

Report Group - Copy from client

GR5G

Report Group - Generate

GR5L

Report Group - Directory


GRCT


Report Writer: Control Tables

GRE0

Report Writer: Extract Management

GRE1

Report Writer: Display Extracts

GRE5

Report Writer: Delete Extracts

GRE6

Report Writer: Print Extracts

GRE7

Report Writer: Validity of Extracts

GRE8

Extracts: User Settings

GRE9

Extracts: User settings, coll.maint.

GRP1

Report Writer: Display Extracts

GRP5

Report Writer: Delete Extracts

GRP6

Report Writer: Print Extracts


GRP7

Report Writer: Validity of Extracts


GRPE


Editor callup for FI/CO program

GRR1

RP Report : Create Row/Column Structure

GRR2

RP Report : Change

GRR3

RP Report : Display


GRR4


Create model


GRR5


Change model


GRR6


Display model

GRR7

Export models

GRR8

Import models


GRR9


Copy models from client

GRRT

Report Painter: Translate reports

7       APPENDIX A :  REPORT PAINTER / WRITER VARIABLES FOR STRUCTURE CCSS - FROM TABLE T802G
Variable
Variable text
Field Name
Default Value
Variable type
Parameter ID
Formula text
Set class
1AUFSET
Order Group
AUFNR
Set Variable
AST
103
1BEKSET
Debit/Credit Indicator
BELKZ
1-S-BELKZ-AL.CCSS
Set Variable
1CGJAHE
Fiscal Year
GJAHR
1993
GJR
1CGJAHP
Plan Year
GJAHR
1992
GJV
1CGJAHV
Comparison Year
GJAHR
1992
GJV
1CKOKRE
Controlling Area
KOKRS
1
CAC
1CKOSET
Cost Center Group
KOSTL
1C-KS1-ALL.CCSS
Set Variable
KSG
101
1CKSTAR
Cost Element Group
KSTAR
1-S-KSTAR-AL.CCSS
Set Variable
KAG
102
1CLSTAR
Activity Type
LSTAR
1C-BZ1-LSTAR.CCSS
Set Variable
LST
105
1CPERBL
To period
PERBL
365
BPE
1CPERIB
To Period
PERBL
13
1CPERIV
From Period
PERBL
1
1CVERP1
VERSN
0
KVS
1CVERP2
VERSN
0
KVS
1CVERP3
VERSN
0
KVS
1CVERPA
VERSN
0
KVS
1CVERSB
To Version
VERSN
0
KVS
1CVERSP
Plan Version
VERSN
0
KV2
1CVERSV
From Version
VERSN
0
KVS
1CWRTTB
To value type
WRTTP
99
1CWRTTV
From value type
WRTTP
0
1GJAH-R
Rolling Fiscal Year
GJAHR
Formula - Internal
IF '&1PERIK' < 12 THEN '&1GJAHR' - 1 ELSE '&1GJAHR'
1GJAHLJ
Fiscal Year
GJAHR
Formula
'#S001'
1GJAHR
Fiscal Year
GJAHR
Formula
'#S001'
1GJAHS1
Fiscal Year Object 1
GJAHR
Formula
'#S001'
1GJAHS2
Fiscal Year Object 2
GJAHR
Formula
'#S001'
1GJAHVJ
Previous Year
GJAHR
Formula - Internal
&1GJAHLJ'-1
1GJAHVV
Year Before Last
GJAHR
Formula - Internal
'&1GJAHLJ'-2
1GJLJW
Fiscal Year
GJAHR
Formula - Internal
'#S001'
1GJSET
Fiscal Year
GJAHR
1-S-GJAHR-AL.CCSS
Set Variable
1GJVJW
Previous Year
GJAHR
Formula - Internal
'&1GJLJW'-1
1KOKRE
Controlling Area
KOKRS
1
CAC
1KOSET
Cost Center Group
KOSTL
Set Variable
KSG
101
1KOSTL
CostCenter
KOSTL
BUKRS
KOS
1KSTAR
Cost Element Group
KSTAR
Set Variable
KAG
102
1KSTS1
Cost Center Group 1
KOSTL
Set Variable
KSG
1KSTS1
Cost Center Group 1
KOSTL
Set Variable
KSG
1KSTS2
Cost Center Group 2
KOSTL
Set Variable
KSG
1LSTAR
Activity Type Group
LSTAR
Set Variable
LSG
105
1PER-R1
Rolling Period 1
PERBL
Formula - Internal
IF '&1PERIK' < 12 THEN '&1PERIK' + 1 ELSE 1
1PER-R2
Rolling Period 2
PERBL
Formula - Internal
IF '&1PERIK' < 12 THEN 12 ELSE 1
1PER-R3
Rolling Period 3
PERBL
Formula - Internal
IF '&1PERIK' < 12 THEN 1 ELSE 2
1PERIB
To Period
PERBL
12
1PERIK
Period
PERBL
Formula
'#S006'
1PERIKV
Previous Period
PERBL
Formula - Internal
'&1PERIK'-1
1PERIL
PERBL
1
1PERIV
From Period
PERBL
1
1PERVP
Previous Period
PERBL
Formula - Internal
IF '&1PERIK' > 1 THEN '&1PERIK'-1 ELSE 1.
1PERW
Period
PERBL
Formula - Internal
'#S006'
1PESET
Period
PERBL
1-S-PERBL-AL.CCSS
Set Variable
1PLSTR
Activity Type Group
PLSTR
1-S-PLSDUMMY.CCSS
Set Variable
1ROLLUP
Summarization
ROLLUP
CRO
1STAGR
Statistical Key Figure Group
STAGR
Set Variable
SKG
104
1VALU
Actual Valuation
VALUTYP
Formula
'#S011'
1VALUTP
Actual Valuation
VALUTYP
Formula
'#S011'
1VERI
Actual Version
VERSN
0
KVT
1VERP
Plan Version
VERSN
0
KVS
1VERP-A
Plan Version A
VERSN
0
KVS
1VERP-B
Plan Version B
VERSN
1
KVS
1VERP-C
Plan Version C
VERSN
2
KVS
1VERSN
Plan Version
VERSN
0
KVS
1VKOSTL
Summarization Area
VKOSTL
KSG
1WBSSET
WBS Element Group
POSID
Set Variable
110
1WRTTP
Value Type
WRTTP
4
5J2CBRI
RECIND
CB
5JC-PR1
PERBL
Formula - Internal
IF '&1PERIK' > 1 THEN '&1PERIK' - 1  ELSE 12
5JC-PR2
PERBL
Formula - Internal
IF '&5JC-PR1' > 1 THEN '&5JC-PR1' - 1 ELSE 12
5JC-PR3
PERBL
Formula - Internal
IF '&5JC-PR2' > 1 THEN '&5JC-PR2' - 1 ELSE 12
5JC-YR1
GJAHR
Formula - Internal
IF '5JC-PR1' < '1PERIK' THEN '1GJAHLJ'  ELSE '1GJAHLJ' - 1
5JC-YR2
GJAHR
Formula - Internal
IF '5JC-PR2' < '5JC-PR1' THEN '5JC-YR1'  ELSE '5JC-YR1' - 1
5JC-YR3
GJAHR
Formula - Internal
IF '5JC-PR3' < '5JC-PR2' THEN '5JC-YR2'   ELSE '5JC-YR2' - 1
5JCPOSI
WBS Elements
POSID
Set Variable
PSG
5JCPVG
VERSN
?
5JCPVN
VERSN
?
5JCRI
Recovery indicator
RECIND
Set Variable
6-AUFGR
Order Group
AUFNR
Set Variable
AST
103
6-AUFNR
Order
AUFNR
0
ANR
6-GJAH1
Fiscal Year 1
GJAHR
Formula
'#S001' - 1
6-GJAH2
Fiscal Year 2
GJAHR
Formula
'#S001'
6-GJAHB
To Fiscal Year
GJAHR
9999
GJR
6-GJAHL
Fiscal Year
GJAHR
Formula
'#S001'
6-GJAHR
Fiscal Year
GJAHR
Formula
'#S001'
6-GJAHV
From Fiscal Year
GJAHR
1900
GJV
6-GJHVJ
Previous Year
GJAHR
Formula - Internal
'&6-GJAHL'-1
6-KOKRS
Controlling Area
KOKRS
1
CAC
6-KSTAR
Cost Element Group
KSTAR
Set Variable
KAG
102
6-OBJNR
Object Number (Project Reps)
OBJNR
6P-OBJNR-B.CCSS
Set Variable
6-PERBB
To Period
PERBL
12
BPE
6-PERBV
From Period
PERBL
1
VPE
6-PERIK
Period
PERBL
Formula
'#S006'
6-STAGR
Statistical Key Figure Group
STAGR
Set Variable
SKG
104
6-VALU
Actual Valuation
VALUTYP
Formula
'#S011'
6-VERP
Plan Version
VERSN
0
KVS
6-WORKL
Worklist
OBJNR
Set Variable
ZYRBS
Biennium Start Year
GJAHR
2003
ZYRM1
Bien Start - 1
GJAHR
Formula - Internal
'ZYRBS' - 1
ZYRM2
Bien Start - 2
GJAHR
Formula - Internal
'ZYRBS' - 2
ZYRM3
Bien Start - 3
GJAHR
Formula - Internal
'ZYRBS' - 3
ZYRM4
Bien Start - 4
GJAHR
Formula - Internal
'ZYRBS' - 4
ZYRP1
Bien Start + 1
GJAHR
Formula - Internal
'ZYRBS' + 1
APPENDIX B :  BASIC KEY FIGURES FOR RW TABLE CCSS 
KEY FIGURE
TABLE
FIELD
TABLE
FIELD
TABLE
FIELD
TABLE
FIELD
EAUSP
Output -> LIs
COEJL
AUS+++
EDISP
Scheduled activity -> LIs
COEJL
DIS+++
EKAPP
Capacity -> LIs
COEJL
KAP+++
ELSTP
Activity quantity -> LIs
COEJL
LST+++
EMBGI
Actual qty posted -> LIs
COEP
MBGBTR
EMEFI
Actual qty fix -> LIs
COEP
MEFBTR
EMEFP
Plan fixed qty -> LIs
COEJ
MEF+++
EMEGI
Actual quantity -> LIs
COEP
MEGBTR
EMEGP
Plan quantity -> LIs
COEJ
MEG+++
EMEVP
Plan variable qty -> LIs
CCR1S
MEV+++
COEJ
EPAFI
Act. price variance fix -> LIs
COEP
PAFBTR
EPAFP
Plan fix price variance -> LIs
COEJ
PAF+++
EPAGI
Actual price variance -> LIs
COEP
PAGBTR
EPAGP
Plan price variance -> LIs
COEJ
PAG+++
EPAVP
LI: Price variance variable
CCR1S
PAV+++
COEJ
ESMAI
Max. stat. actual qty -> LIs
COEPR
SMABTR
ESMAP
Max. stat. planned qty -> LIs
COEJR
SMA+++
ESMEI
Statistical actual qty -> LIs
COEPR
SMEBTR
ESMEP
Statistical planned qty -> LIs
COEJR
SME+++
EWKFI
Actual costs -> LI
COEP
WKFBTR
EWKFP
Plan fix costs -> LIs
COEJ
WKF+++
EWKGI
Actual costs -> LIs
COEP
WKGBTR
EWKGP
Plan costs -> LIs
COEJ
WKG+++
EWKVP
LI: Variable costs plan
CCR1S
WKV+++
COEJ
EWOFP
LI: Plan fix costs in obj.crcy
CCR1S
WOF+++
COEJ
EWOGI
Tot.act.costs in obj.crcy->LIs
COEP
WOGBTR
EWOGP
Tot.plan costs in obj.crcy>LIs
COEJ
WOG+++
EWOVP
LI: Variable costs in obj.crcy
CCR1S
WOV+++
COEJ
EWTFP
Plan fixed costs in TCrcy
CCR1S
WTF+++
COEJ
EWTGI
Actual costs in TCrcy -> LIs
COEP
WTGBTR
EWTGP
Plan costs in TCrcy -> LIs
COEJ
WTG+++
EWTVP
LI: Variable costs in TCrcy
CCR1S
WTV+++
COEJ
SAUS
Output
COSL
AUS+++
SCKF
Fixed costs in CO area cur.
COSP
WKF+++
COSS
WKF+++
SCKG
Costs in CO area currency
COSP
WKG+++
COSS
WKG+++
COSPP
WKG+++
COSSP
WKG+++
SCKV
Variable costs in CO area cur.
CCR1S
CKV+++
COSP
COSS
SDIS
Scheduled activity quantity
COSL
DIS+++
SKAP
Capacity
COSL
KAP+++
SLST
Activity quantity
COSL
LST+++
SMEF
Fixed quantity
COSP
MEF+++
COSS
MEF+++
SMEG
Quantity
COSP
MEG+++
COSS
MEG+++
COSPP
MEG+++
COSSP
MEG+++
SMEV
Variable quantity
CCR1S
MEV+++
COSP
COSS
SMLST
Sender activity
CCR1S
SMLST+++
COSL
SPAF
Fixed price variance
COSS
PAF+++
SPAG
Price variance
COSP
PAG+++
COSS
PAG+++
SPAV
Variable price variance
CCR1S
PAV+++
COSP
COSS
SSMA
Maximum statistical quantity
COSR
SMA+++
SSME
Statistical quantity
COSR
SME+++
SWKF
Fixed costs
CCR1S
RKF+++
COSP
COSS
SWKG
Costs (primary & secondary)
CCR1S
RKG+++
COSP
 
COSS
 
COSPP
 
SWKGS
Secondary costs
COSS
WKG+++
COSSP
WKG+++
 
 
 
 
SWKV
Variable costs
CCR1S
RKV+++
COSP
COSS
SWOF
Fixed costs in object currency
CCR1S
WOF+++
COSP
COSS
SWOG
Total costs in object currency
COSP
WOG+++
COSS
WOG+++
COSPP
WOG+++
COSSP
WOG+++
SWOV
Variable costs in object crcy
CCR1S
WOV+++
COSP
COSS
SWPG
Costs projected in CO crcy
CCR1S
WPG+++
COSP
COSS
SWTF
Fixed costs in trans. currency
CCR1S
WTF+++
COSP
COSS
SWTG
Total costs in trans. currency
COSP
WTG+++
COSS
WTG+++
COSPP
WTG+++
COSSP
WTG+++
SWTV
Variable costs in trans. crcy
CCR1S
WTV+++
COSP
COSS
SWZG
Total costs in target currency
CCR1S
WZG+++
COSP
COSS
COSPP
ZKVE
Vbl. act. costs LI (CO object)
COVP
WKGBTR
 
 

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  1. Former Member

    When you use LIS and report painter or report writer,  SAP generates ratio keys in T804B. You can change these entries using transaction GRCT. It's the only way I've found to add ratios in flexible analysis.

     Christophe