What is Content Set In Financial Statement Generator (FSG).

Content Set In FSG

A content set is used to override row set account assignments to generate different variations of the same report without defining separate reports. Most of the time, content sets are used to generate a given report for every value in a segment of the Chart of Accounts—for example, a Standard report that repeats for each company in the Chart of Accounts. To enter content sets, follow the navigation path Reports à Define à Content Set. Enter the name of the content set, an optional description, and the type. The type determines whether the run order of the reports will be sequential or parallel.

Next, define the Account Assignments for the content set. This is very similar to the Account Assignments form you saw in the Define Rows/Columns form. However, since content set overrides the row set, you do not need to fill in all segments. The segments without any value will fall back to the row set account assignments. Only need to define what display types to use to override the row set. Valid display types are listed in Below Table.

N

No override

CT

Summation of balances of all segment values within the account range.

PE

Expand the account range or parent value into detail segment values. In addition, it will page break after each segment value creating a different report.

PT

Override the account range but maintain the row set display types (E, T, B).

RE

Expand the account range or parent value into detail segment values. Same as E in defining rows.

RT

Total the segment values for the segment. Same as T in defining rows.

RB

Show both detail and total for the account range or the parent value. Same as B in defining rows.

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