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This blog shows a simple example how report navigation works and the configuration.

1. Short description of use case

2. Example

3. Configuration for this example

1. Short description of use case

In this example we have 2 reports.

1 report with 1 view

1 report with 2 views

We navigate from one report to the other and pass the parameter ‘sales unit’

Then we navigate within the second report to another view and pass the parameter ‘month’

2. Example


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In this report we see the opportunity pipeline summed up on Sales unit level. From here you can drill down to the next level ‘by month’ for a selected sales unit

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The parameter ‚sales unit‘ is passed based on your selection bevore and the result shows the details for this sales unit by month

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The next level are the single opportunities for a certain month within this sales unit

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Again the parameters are passed and you see the results – in this example the drill down shows all previous selections in the result list as columns…

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But you can also hide these columns- which will lead to a better performance if you have large size reports with many columns & lines in the result list

3. Configuration for this example


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Create two reports – 2nd  report has 2 views defined

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Mark the report you want to navigate to and define a new report navigation- here we want to navigate from the 1st to the second report in the list.

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Choose the view you want to navigate to and maintain a meaningfull description.

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Choose the source report – system will also inform you about mandatory fields you have to consider in the next steps.

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Do the field mapping. I want the parameters to be passed into the selection fields of the target report- so I maintain the mapping in the 2nd section ‘variables’

In this example the sales unit is a characteristic & variable so I can fill either column 1 or 2- the currency fields are only variables so I have to maintain them in column 2. Since they are mandatory I have to maintain them. In this case I pass the actual variables – in the next case below I derive the default of the report.

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Once the data is saved you will see your navigation target for the source report

next step in our example- configure navigation from one view to another of the same report.

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Again mark the report that has the views defined you want to navigate to and create a new navigation target.

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choose the view you want to navigate to and maintain a meaningful description

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Choose same report as source report

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Do the mapping.- in this case I want to take over the sales unit & the Month from my previous selections. The currency fields will be derived from the report configuration default itself

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As a result you see the assigned navigation target for your report


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