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Function documentationSAP List Viewer for SAP GUI (Classic)  Locate the document in its SAP Library structure

Use

The SAP List Viewer unifies and simplifies the use of lists in the SAP system. A uniform user interface and list format is available for all lists. This prevents redundant functions.

The SAP List Viewer can be used to view both single-level lists and multilevel sequential lists.

     Single-level lists contain any number of rows that have no hierarchical relationship to each other.

     Multilevel sequential lists consist of any number of rows that have two hierarchical levels. Multilevel lists have header rows and item rows; the item rows are subordinate to the header rows. For each header row there can be any number of subordinate item rows.

You can view subtotals and totals rows in both single-level lists and multilevel sequential lists.

Example

The SAP List Viewer is used in controlling for reports such as the following:

      Reports from cost centers and business processes

      Actual line item reports from cost centers and business processes

      Commitment line item reports

      Plan line item reports from cost centers, orders, business processes, cost objects

      Budget reports

      Cycle reports

      Order selection (CO-PC)

      Flexible itemization (CO-PC)

Features

Not all lists in the SAP components use the full range of functions available in the SAP List Viewer. Some lists in the SAP system components offer special functions that extend beyond the normal range of the SAP List Viewer.

This documentation covers all the functions of the SAP List Viewer. The description of the lists in the applications includes all of the functions available in the SAP List Viewer as well as the additional functions.

Navigation

Navigating Within the List

Detail

Choosing Detail

Sort

Sorting in Ascending/Descending Order

ABC Analysis

Select

Selecting and Deselecting Rows

Setting Exceptions

Filters

Setting and Deleting Filters

Totaling

Displaying and Deleting Sums

Creating Subtotals

Choosing Summation Levels

Defining the Breakdown of the Summation Levels

Displaying the status

Displaying the List Status

Columns

Optimizing the Column Width

Freezing Columns and Unfreezing Columns

Layouts (see Personalizing in Lists)

Selecting Layouts

Changing Layouts

Saving Layouts

Layout Management

Basic List

Displaying the Basic List

Find

Finding Terms

Printing

Printing Lists

Sending

Sending Lists as Documents

Export

Spreadsheets

Word Processing

Transferring Lists to Local Files

 

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