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WS: 83: FAQ: FASTR Row Reports (Doc ID 1541712.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 25, 2018

Applies to:

JD Edwards World FASTR - Version A7.3 cume 4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

Documents the frequently asked questions about FASTR row and cell reports

Questions and Answers

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Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Question 1: Why is "FASTR Test Prepare Rows" printing in the header of a new FASTR report?
 Question 2: Can you limit a row to include certain business units instead of everything selected in the General Specifications?
 Question 3: Is it possible to set up a FASTR row to select values belonging to two different category codes?
 Question 4:  How do you add a grand total at the bottom of the report when running a FASTR that has one row that repeats via the sequencing in the General Specifications?
 Question 5:  How Do You Change the Account Description in FASTR?
 Question 6:  How do the re-sequence keys (F19 and F20) work when all the rows are spaced ten decimals apart?
 Question 7:  What needs to be done when a row is removed from a FASTR version with cell specs, and an error is received "row number not defined"?
 Question 8:  If a row is renumbered, do the cell specs using the row need to be changed manually?
 Question 9:  Why can't the row specifications be changed?
 Question 10: Can you get one column in a row to not print the calculated percentage or a calculated amount?
 Question 11: How can you get a total line to include new lines you have added?
  Question 12:  Can you set up a row to sum a subsidiary value and a range of subledger values?
 Question 13: Can you format one row to print the amount with a reversed sign - debit balance as a negative or credit balance as a positive?
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