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of the report, and we can adjust the font and the color of the background. Once this is complete, we turn out attention to the footer.
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Again we can use the Insert menu to insert the footer into the report, as shown in following illustration. The footer will have additional columns to get some space between the information displayed in the field, which in this case is Created By, Last Refresh, and InfoProvider, as shown in Figure 10-5.
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FIGURE 10-5 Display Report Designer Footer with System generated information
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Finally, after all these changes, the report is executed and the results are shown in the first of the following illustrations. Notice the image for the logo of SAP and also the enhanced text for the title of the report. In addition, the footer has been inserted, as shown in the second illustration. Notice the use of additional columns to separate the information.
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Conditional Formatting
Conditional formatting makes it possible to format selected characteristics (such as customer XY) differently. In the executed report, these characteristic values have the formatting you specify and are set apart from the other characteristic values in your group level. Conditional formatting can only be applied to characteristic values in dynamic sections of a Data Provider. A query (or query view) with one or more characteristics in the drilldown forms the basis of a Data Provider with a dynamic section. To configure this component, choose Report | Select Data Provider to select a Data Provider with a dynamic section. The selected Data Provider is automatically embedded in a report section and is displayed together with the associated row patterns in the design area of the Report Designer. In the design area, select a row in the group level of the characteristic for which you want to apply conditional formatting to its characteristic value(s). Then in the menu bar for
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the Report Designer, choose Format | Conditional Formatting. Once this has been executed, the BEx input help dialog box appears. In the BEx input help dialog box, select a characteristic value for which you want to create the conditional formatting. In the design area, an additional row is displayed for the selected characteristic value beneath the selected characteristic row. This new row has its own row pattern. Select the new row for the characteristic value and use the formatting functions provided in the menu and toolbars of the Report Designer to apply the required formatting. You can, for example, color the row, left or right align the row, or add borders to the row. Save the report and execute it. This allows you to check the display of your conditional formatting. As an example, we will use the query shown in the following illustration.
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This query has two characteristics (Calendar Year/Month and Material) and one key figure (Invoiced Quantity). This basic query enables us to set up a review of the concept of conditional formatting. Defaulting this query definition into the Report Designer will generate a view of all the elements of the query including the Material Text. The following illustration shows this view of the information.
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Once the default view of the report is available, use the Format menu to get to the Conditional Formatting option (the last item on the list), as shown in the first of the following illustrations. This causes the interior characteristic Material to appear in the resulting dialog box, as shown in the second illustration.
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Next, we ll choose a specific value of interest to track or highlight. In this case, we will choose the material number M-01 (Sunny Sunny) for analysis. The following illustration shows the result once the dialog box for the material numbers is exited. The format of the Report Designer area shows the individual material number as a selectable line item. This individual material number is now available for formatting as though it was an actual characteristic or key figure. The illustration on the following page shows the formatting being applied to the material number, and the third illustration shows the results. As you can see, material number M-01 shows up as a highlighted line item for analysis. This is the result of conditional formatting. You can use this to track a specific customer for analysis of a customer agreement or material sales revenue. Instead of having to search for the specific customer or material, you simply highlight it.
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