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Populating mass restrictions in BEx

hello,

I know that there is a way to upload a text file with restrictions into a variable. Is this also possible (or some similar way) to upload many values for restriction while in the Query builder?

many thanks,

Allan

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    Posted on Oct 03, 2005 at 09:36 AM

    Hallo

    I would think to create some variables which get the Personalitation from another Variable. In this case you should maintain the personalization.

    You can have some Varibale of type exit where you can pass the value in background (transaction CMOD). For example you maintain all your values in a table and through select the Exit variable get all wished values

    I hope this can help you

    Mike

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    Posted on Oct 03, 2005 at 09:42 AM

    allan,

    in the table rszrange the are all the selections for an infoobject in a query. insert three selections in bex and add all your selections in the table (see how work the table)

    alessandro

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      Allan,

      in bex you must use eq, less then, equal, interval, ecc.

      if it's not possible you must create an attribute for you char (if the value are always the same) and select/find all your selection in bex filters with your attribute.

      char attr

      1 A

      2 B

      3 A

      4 B

      5 B

      6 B

      7 A

      ....

      if you want only the 1,2,7 post the attr A in master data and find the values of your char using the attribute.

      alessandro

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