I’ve been going through some of the latest blog post regarding SAP and I want to share the best of the bunch for today. First up we have Thomas Dulaney who has written a good blog post over on the SCN website discussing how existing SAP professionals can pivot their career by learning new SAP […]
[quote style=”boxed”]How do you highlight unusual deviations of key figure values in a SAP BW BEx Query? This question is often asked by concerned managers, marketing and sales people who want to spot these deviations as early as possible so they can act fast to changes in their business. One technique is by creating Exceptions in the SAP BW Query Designer.[/quote]Exceptions are used to identify deviations from pre-defined threshold values or intervals. Any data in your BW query that varies from these thresholds are marked with different colors in the query result. That way you can spot any extraordinary variations from expected results straightaway.
Step By Step – Creation Of Exceptions
Log in to query designer and choose the query for which you want to create the exception and click on the Exceptions button followed by New Exception.
Press the Edit button in the properties area on the right of the window. The properties screen of the exception will then appear.
SAP have another success year in 2011 by introducing new technology, release new software releases and build on what they have worked on over the last few years.
Take a look at a post at TechTarget where Todd Morrison summarise the year nicely. He covers all the major SAP 2011 news with further links to help you dig a little deeper.
- John Wookey makes a move and leaves SAP.
- SAP debuts Solution Manager 7.1
I’ve been working with SAP software since 2001 and started out with ABAP as my main skill set. After many implementations, software upgrade and custom development projects under my belt, it is crystal clear that the best people to work along side are those that have taken the effort to understand a little about the […]