Lesson 15 Display Variants for Line-item Reports
This is the second of two lessons on customizing the layouts and contents of line-item reports. It deals with the procedures for creating and working with display variants.
Line-item reports are the typical format for the output of list-display transactions, which generate lists of related objects (see the Coda at the end of this book) as well as the hit lists of code searches (see Lesson 10). They are also found on the initial and output screens of some create, display, and change transactions, including many purchasing and human resources transactions.
Each row in a line-item report displays the data about a single object, such as a vehicle, material, or business expenditure. The data are arrayed ...