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hassam_ahmed
New Contributor III

Need urgent help with the scenario

Dear All,

I have a scenario and need help regarding the attached data.

i have attached the required resultant in a png file.

Level 1 = Main Product

Level 2 = Sub Products needs to be created the Main product

Level 3 = Sub Products needs to be created the Level 2 Products and it can go up to 9 levels.

I would be really thankful if any one could help me regarding the issue.

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hassam_ahmed
New Contributor III

Re: Need urgent help with the scenario

I have achieved the desired results by trying a way around.

Please find the attached solution.

Thanks all.

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qlikrambo1
New Contributor III

Re: Need urgent help with the scenario

Why can't you use a Pivot Table chart where subgrouping of your products, materials and submaterials is possible.

Employee
Employee

Re: Need urgent help with the scenario

Hello Hassam,

I am not 100% sure on what you are trying to do here?

Are you trying to simply reproduce the table as you see it in excel? If so, then load this into QlikView as a table and then you can use a standard table object to represent this data.

Please correct me if I have misunderstood what you require.

hassam_ahmed
New Contributor III

Re: Need urgent help with the scenario

Firstly, i would like to thanks for the quick replies.

Sorry, i was unable to describe my requirements.

Basically this is a dummy data.

My requirement is that i want to create a multi level bill of materials with respect to their quantity stock analysis.

Lets say if i want to see that my Finish product which is "250017" have two sub products which is required to create a finished product but as you can see that "261002" is a semi finished product and also does have some materials which are required to create "261002" and so on. Each Order# represents a BOM# (Which is unique), but the hierarchical view is not maintained in a single BOM order so i had to try it by going first picking the Finished Product then go to its details and see if is there any Semi finished product then i have to take that finished product and see if it does have any other products.

I have tried hierarchy, hierarchybelongsto and recursion tree but i was unable to get the desired results.

I would be really thank full to you if you could help.

hassam_ahmed
New Contributor III

Re: Need urgent help with the scenario

The materials which are in Table A are Finished products and Semi finished products, each of the semi finished product could contain a raw_material or semi finished product which contains the information in another Bom# or Order#.

marcus_malinow
Valued Contributor III

Re: Need urgent help with the scenario

Hi Hassam,

see this blog post which deals with constructing BOM's in QlikView:

Bill of Materials

Marcus

hassam_ahmed
New Contributor III

Re: Need urgent help with the scenario

I have achieved the desired results by trying a way around.

Please find the attached solution.

Thanks all.

View solution in original post