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SAP BFC 10.1 Display Rows with "0" data

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Hi All,

I have to modify a schedule where i want to display all the rows, included the lines with the data 0. I looked everywhere (User Guide / Q&A,...) and didn't find how to do it.

Do you have any idea how to do it ?

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olga_vasilieva
Product and Topic Expert
Product and Topic Expert

Hello dracontias ,

Have you tried to use expansion property? On your screenshot it's purple, and if set to expand it should be blue.

Please see User Guide for more information: https://help.sap.com/docs/SAP_BUSINESSOBJECTS_FINANCIAL_CONSOLIDATION/b9d07a1932014658b7ac8268c5c2b4...

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Hello and thanks for your help.

Yes, I already tried to modify this option but no change visible.

olga_vasilieva
Product and Topic Expert
Product and Topic Expert
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Hello dracontias , just in case - have you also remembered to enable the setting: Action > Active Expansion > Analysis?

https://help.sap.com/docs/SAP_BUSINESSOBJECTS_FINANCIAL_CONSOLIDATION/b9d07a1932014658b7ac8268c5c2b4...

Answers (3)

Answers (3)

adelaide_brunel
Employee
Employee

Thanks. By default, 0 should be displayed if you have any in your consolidated data.
You can check if you have specific cell format or formula. If not, please open an incident so we can have a deeper look.
Regards

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I think there is no data in my consolidation in some rows. So is it possible to displays rows without any data ?

adelaide_brunel
Employee
Employee

Hi,

Can you please show us how is configured your report ?
You should have the expected result using the expansion option in the report (right click on the row / column).
Regards

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Thanks for your answer. I don't know which part exactly you want to see :

adelaide_brunel
Employee
Employee
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Thanks. Can you show the selection part and if you use the expansion option ?
Regards

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Is it this part you are talking about ?

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Yes !!! It worked, thanks a lot !!!