Attaching Variable to the Library for Report Painter for Cost center report

Hi,
I want to attach the Variable - "Cost element group" to the Library for Report Painter for getting Cost center report. The Cost center report should be cost element group wise with actaul, budget and variance. Please let me know the process.

hi..
  I think you have to first define Attribute mis as "V" in Cost element master basic data tab for the elements you want to capture as varible.
  Then make a Cost element group / set in KAH1/GS01 and use it in your report.
  kkumar

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