See Report Management.
Reports without references to a specification do not appear in report management, but are handled as released reports after the assignment of a generation variant to the report template and appear directly in the report information system.
You must have the appropriate authority to edit reports in report management:
A user with authorization for the rating PUBLIC can only display entries that originated from generation variants rated as PUBLIC only.
- You have installed the current EH&S version of Windows Wordprocessor Integration (WWI).
- To generate reports from report templates, you first have to:
You have created the report template (see Document Template Editing).
Define the layout of the report template and release it (see Document Template Layout Editing).
Create a generation variant, enter the usage for it, and assign the appropriate report template to it (see Generation Variant Editing).
inbound reports, you have installed on your front end an application that can output the format of the inbound reports.
To generate a worklist, you have edited the Worklist section in Customizing for Product Safety.
- Edit value assignments including usage and active indicator in specification management (see
In the specification management hit list, you can generate a test report from a report template that contains specification symbols to test the layout and print the report as required. The report template must have the status Released or In work.
Report templates are linked to the usage via generation variants.
creating a report request manually in specification management. The SAP System replaces the symbols that relate to specification data or phrases. The parameters that relate to other data in the SAP System are determined at the time the final report is generated.
- You first create a report for a specification, a generation variant, and a language by
generate a worklist for reports in which changes have been made subsequently to phrase or specification data. The SAP System automatically subsequently generates all reports affected and sets the reports to the initial status you defined in the generation variant header.
- You can use the SAP System to
The system places manually created report requests in the worklist automatically.
You can monitor generation using the WWI monitor.
report tree. The worklist is edited depending on the status of a report.
- In report management, the reports are displayed in the
When generated, the report has the initial status you defined in the generation variant header. You use the initial status and the indicator for the generation variant to determine if a report:
Must be taken into account in versioning
Is to be set to status Historical automatically if a new report is generated subsequently and released
- Must be generated manually as it was created manually
- Must pass through different control points in
- You can use the following additional functions in report management:
default values for report symbols of type Parameter. You can overwrite these values.
The assignment of specifications enables you to assign several specifications to one report (n:m relationship between specification and report).
You can compare the currently released report with the previous version.
- From the report tree, you can display reports as Microsoft Word documents. The R/3 System determines
Starting from the report information system, you can ship and export released reports.
Search and Data Output in the Report Information System
Report Export: Process
Report Shipping: Process