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Select more value of variable in planning folder

hi gurus,

I'm using planning folder.

In planning folder there is a variable that contain many value, for example 0COSTCENTER that contain 10 singles values. (from 1 to 10)

User wants to select some values contained in variable.

For example 2 and 5, even if it is authorized on all the cost center contained in variable.

In this moment it selects one to the time.

how I can make to resolve this problem?

Thanks

Davide

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    Posted on Oct 09, 2005 at 01:32 PM

    Hi David,

    The reason I believe the user is able to select one value at a time is because Cost Center is in the header and not in the leading column. For header the user will have to navigate one value at a time only.

    Hope it helps

    Cheers

    Anurag

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    Posted on Oct 05, 2005 at 04:38 PM

    Davide,

    sorry to say that, that'z the way BPS works.

    it's one of the BPSlimitation & many people are asking for an answer from SAP.

    as a workaround, you can do following things.

    1. user can select variable range, for example 2 to 5.

    2. create a variable with properties "user specific values" & fill in required cost centers for each user & don't check the flag "input allowed by user".

    in the 2nd option, you can assingn multiple single values to USER1.

    if u assign, cost center 2 & 5 to USER1, USER1 gets ability to plan on both 2 & 5 without even selectiing cost centers.

    3. you can even look into authorization variables & user-exit variables if they meet your requirements.

    hope it helps.

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