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SAP QUERY SQ01


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SAP Query enables data from multiple tables to be extracted in one report, as long as at least one field of data can be linked from one table to another e.g. by Document Number. Unilike table browser (SE16), report from SAP Query can be saved. You will need the required tables and fields before running SAP Query (if not known, refer to the list of tables PDF within the Data Extraction section).

Click on the Quick Viewer button.

2 The next screen enables new report to be created or saved reports to be run or amended.

Note: The Help topics at the botton of the page are referenced to the SAP Library on Internet Explorer.

3 In this example we are creating a report to show all vendors for a particular Company with name, address, payment method and bank details. This will involve joining three tables: Fields Description What it contains (not a comprehensive list) Vendor Master Vendor Name City Postal Code Search Term Street Address Created On Account Group Vendor Master Data Vendor by Company Company Code Personnel Number

TABLE NAME LFA1

LFB1

LFBK

Vendor Back Details

Vendor Bank Key Bank account number Account Holder

SAP name LIFNR NAME1 ORT01 PSTLZ SORTL STRAS ADRNR ERDAT KTOKK LIFNR BUKRS PERNR ERDAT AKONT ZWELS ZTERM LIFNR BANKL BANKN KOINH

Note: A query will only work with actual tables and some e.g. BSEG are too large to work with. The system will let you know if it cannot work with a specific table. When this happens, logical databases should be used instead. These can be identified using transaction SE12 (See separate instructions).

4 To create a new report. Enter a name for the report in the QuickView display box. Click Create

Enter a meaningful title for the report in the new box that has appared.

5 If more than one table is to be used then select Table join from the Data source box. Select Basic mode then, click the green tick.

6 On the next screen, click insert table.

To avoid resorting fields later, tables should be entered in the correct sequence. In this example we will display the Company data then the Address data and finally, the Bank data. Enter table LFB1. Green tick. Click Insert table again and enter the next table (LFA1). Green tick. Enter the last table name (LFBK). Green tick.

7 The screen should now look like this.

This shows all available within the select tables and all the links between them. In this instance there is only one link between all tree tables and that is the vendor number (LIFNR). The links need to be checked as sometimes they are not correct. To check a link right click on the line and select Display join condition. Both fields should be the same (apart from the numbering). To delete an incorrect join right click on the line and select Remove join condition. To add the correct join click and drag the field from the left hand table to the corresponding field on the right hand table and release. Once the tables and joins have been set, click the Green Back Arrow.

8 The following screen should be displayed.

On the left hand side are the tables selected. The right hand side shows the available fields for selection / report layout.

9 For some reason the field name text is different to the field description on the actual table, however, the left hand screen can be expanded to display the SAP field name (which is constant) and to specific list and selection fields from each table.

As the link to vendor number has already been made, this field only has to be selected from one of the tables. Likewise for other fields that appear more than once, they only have to be selected once, for where they are to appear in the report. As each field is selected it appears on the right hand side display, when this process is complete click on Execute.

10 The next screen enables the selection criteria to be entered. If this is not as expected then go back to the previous screen and add/delete selections boxes.

11 Select Table and Green tick;

12 Green tick the next screen to run the report.

A spreadsheet titled Worksheet in Basis (1) should be displayed. Click on File, Save copy as Rename the file and save in the SAP download area (its a good idea to create a specific folder in your audit directory for this purpose).

13 To run or change an existing query. Click on Quick viewer.

14 Click the button to the left of the required query (to highlight it)

Click Change to add or remove display / selection fields. Or click Execute if changes are not required to the fields. This takes you to the selection screen. Selections can be entered and the report run.

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Como converter QuickView (SQVI) para consulta SAP


Criando um QuickView via transao SQVI bastante simples de usar SAP Query. No entanto, QuickView usurio dependente, como ligado ao ID de usurio especfico, e outros usurios no podem us-lo. Se voc tem um QuickView e quer compartilhar com outras pessoas ou adicionar mais funcionalidades que no so suportados pelo QuickView, voc precisa convert-lo para o SAP Query. Por favor, consulte as etapas seguintes: 1. Ir para a transao SQ01 para exibir SAP ferramenta de consulta. 2. Selecione Consulta -> Convert QuickView. Aps caixa de dilogo Converter QuickViewer ser mostrado como abaixo.

3. Clique no boto de seleo (verde) e novos campos sero exibidos. Digite um nome para sua consulta SAP, o Grupo de Consulta (normalmente levar grupo de consulta padro) e digite um nome InfoSet.

4. Clique no boto de seleo (verde) e para completar sua consulta SAP est agora disponvel em sua lista de Consulta SAP.